We are pleased to invite you to participate in the first year of the bOing! Delegate Programme – see the shows and take part in a hot debate around what we think children should or should not see on stage and screen with an international panel chaired by Noel Jordan, Festival Director of Imaginate.
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The programme is aimed at artists; programmers and arts professionals interested in inspiring work for children and young people. This year’s Festival includes new commissions including Pinocchio by Jasmin Vardimon Company and a beautiful new show from France for the very young inspired by the artist Chagall – Grandfather’s House. We also have UK premieres of Dybwikdans’ The Princess and the Pea and TPO’s Pop Up Garden, along with a free programme of outdoor dance and circus work including Ride, performed in and on a customised 1980’s Ford Orion! With a silent disco for little ones and a Festival zone programmed entirely by young people, bOing! invites you to explore the question who says what children and young people should see on stage?
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