Jingah!Friday 19 March–Saturday 20 March Variety
Venue: Theatre Royal
Running time: 1 hour 25 mins, includes 20 minute interval
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+
This event is part of our season of socially-distanced performances
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JINGAH! is a spectacular new musical written by Duncan Towsend and Chloé Charody to highlight the environmental struggles of our time. In this firework of a production, giant bioluminescent puppets, a fire-breathing violinist, flying opera singers and a troupe of Cirque du Soleil acrobats all join forces to create a show you’ll never forget!
Follow the exciting adventures of feisty young Princess Rosie Tchak and lovable big bird Patrick Poppywopple as they desperately try to unite Jingah Island’s inhabitants and save everyone from natural disaster.
Produced by Chloé Charody Creations, presented by Nottingham Puppet Festival and supported by Arts Council England.
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Friday 19 March
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Saturday 20 March
5 Jan: Nottingham and Nottinghamshire are currently under National Lockdown restrictions, which do not permit theatres and concert halls to be open.
We will continue to liaise with our colleagues in Nottingham City Council and Public Health Nottingham City to ensure that we can reopen in a safe and Covid-secure way once local restrictions are lifted.