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Prokofiev’s Peter And The Wolf is one of the most well known pieces of music ever written. In this energetic new work, David Bolger has taken this timeless story of courage and imagination as inspiration, and here…the story is told through the eyes of a Wolf! Filled with dance and live music, this fun and richly theatrical production will take children and their families on a thrilling adventure to explore and discover contemporary dance and performance at its best.

Since its premiere in October 2015, David Bolger’s dance adventure for younger audiences and their families has been seen by almost 20,000 people in Ireland, the UK and Australia when CoisCéim became the first Irish contemporary dance company to grace the iconic stage of the Sydney Opera House in 2017.

“Reassuringly traditional and startlingly modern… The Wolf and Peter is funny, imaginative, and, finally, very moving.” ★★★★★ The Irish Times

Supported by Culture Ireland as part of GB18: Promoting Irish Arts in Britain

Please note that this performance will feature smoke on stage and some scenes may be scarier for younger children. Latecomers will not be admitted.

Venue

Creative Learning

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The following information is for teachers and home educators. If you are not a teacher or home educator you can book tickets for this show by clicking on the ‘Dates & Times’ tab above.

FREE Tour and Sculpture Trail
Planning a visit to The Wolf and Peter? Why not join us on a tour of the University of Warwick’s Fabulous Beasts on our interactive Sculpture Trail to enhance your visit? The trail can be enjoyed before or after you see the show.

Sessions will start in our Creative Learning Space, accessible by the lower foyer, and are available on:

  • Wed 14 Nov 10-11am
  • Wed 14 Nov 1-2pm

To book, contact Lynsey Cullen, Creative Learning Coordinator L.Cullen@warwick.ac.uk.


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