Trinity School stages a compelling storytelling experience in Grimm Tales production.
Trinity School invites you to come along to their latest production, a compelling tale based on Carol Ann Duffy’s adaptation of the enchanting and magical, Grimm Tales. The performances take place in the Mitre Theatre at 7.30pm on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th March and there is a matinée at 3pm on Saturday 19th March.
In Grimm Tales, you'll find magic and enchantment. There are re-tellings of popular fables such as Beauty and the Beast, but beware for these versions reflect the original tales drawn from the oral histories of Bavaria, with all their gothic romanticism. A cast of over 50 Trinity students, ranging in age from 10 to 18 bring Grimm Tales to life through ensemble acting, dance, music and puppetry.
These tales are dark, yet they use the language of the marvellous to mirror the hopes and fears of our own world. Such tales have an enormous and irreplaceable value in the life of a child. They educate, support and liberate the emotions of children. Fairy tales provide a unique way for children to come to terms with the dilemmas of their inner lives. Fairy tales are filled with promise: that there is strength; that the weak can become strong; that evil can be turned to good.
Tickets are £5.00 for adults, £3.00 for children and free for Trinity pupils.