About The Flower
A Daniel Naddafy and Oxford Playhouse co-production
From the tiniest of seeds to the biggest of changes.
Brigg lives in a small room in a big city. A city with no flowers, where everything is grey.
But one day, Brigg comes across a picture of a flower and some tiny seeds in an old junk shop.
Full of hope, Brigg plants the seeds and waters them, setting off a chain of events that changes the world Brigg lives in forever.
Oxford Playhouse Artist on Attachment Daniel Naddafy (Glisten) brings John Light’s magical children’s story to life in this enchanting and heart-warming production for young audiences.
Age guidance: 3 to 7 years
Duration: 60 minutes with no interval
“Entrancing” —Children’s Theatre Review on Glisten
Babies in arms under 6 months are free but need a free baby ticket (not available to book online). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your lap ticket. Children 6 months+ require a paid ticket.
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