Baby Broadway ONLINE – interactive family concert | FINAL WEEK | 11am
“The performers are truly wonderful, their voices amazing and they are able to interact with the little ones so well – even over the internet!”
**We’re taking a break for the summer so this will be our last live Tuesday concert for a while**
We’ve taken our family concerts online!
Every Tuesday and Friday the whole family can sing and dance along to songs from hit musicals and films plus bubbles, puppetry and dance moves in an online interactive family concert performed by West End singers.
Join Peter Dukes (Brief Encounter, The Phantom of the Opera, Chess, The Sound of Music) and Sioned Saunders (Amelie, Sunshine on Leith, Sunset Boulevard, Chess) LIVE from their home for songs from Mary Poppins, The Lion King, Rocketman, Frozen and more. Meet our puppet Bertie, learn some dance moves and join in with the action songs.
We always encourage audience participation at Baby Broadway and we think you’ll get so much more out of it if you and your child join in when you can, so this is a live interactive concert hosted over Zoom where you can see (but not hear) all the other participants.
This concert will also feature a little bit of ShowKids Theatre School!
£5 to join the concert per household
Open to all ages but we recommend for ages 0 – 8. You must have a child with you to participate.
You will need to download / join Zoom to participate. It is a safeguarding requirement that you have your video turned on for the duration of the performance.
You will be able to hear us but we won’t be able to hear you – but we can see you so please wave to us, clap and dance along! You can also send us messages in the chat box and we will give people shout-outs.
When you book a ticket you’ll receive full instructions from Happity on how to join the class. The concert should last around 30-40 minutes.
By participating in this online version of Baby Broadway you are aware that you are responsible for supervising your children at all times, and for making sure the space is clear and safe for any movements we encourage as part of the interactions.
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