Is it teething time for your little one?
Sail the high seas with Jason and the Argonauts; watch Red Riding Hood swinging through the air with the Wolf at her heels in Catch Me!; laugh at the antics of four crazy musicians and giggle with delight when you see Potato needs a Bath. These are some of the magical shows for children and families to enjoy at the 16th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children from the 15th – 21st October.
Baboró 2012 will showcase the biggest programme of Irish work ever presented in Ireland, along with international work from Scotland, England, Italy, Germany and Canada. Enjoy performances for ages 2 upwards that include theatre, music, aerial dance, puppetry, comedy, literature readings, poetry encounters, visual art exhibitions and a host of workshops.
An action packed Weekend of Family Shows will include a unique orchestral and storytelling adapation of The Happy Prince. Steve Hartley brings his hilarious book Danny Baker Record Breaker to life as a Standup Comedy gig and a Silent Disco with two hours of dancing, singing and merriment with two Róisín Beag DJ’s.
Other highlights include The Song from the Sea from Barnstorm Theatre; The House that Jack Filled from Theatre Lovett; gothic theatre for teenagers, Children of the Black Skirt from DramaWorks Ireland; Spraoi by Branar Téatar Do Pháistí; Tiny Coloured Movements from Teatrimperfetti and Germany’s Helios Theater’s science show H20, for toddlers.
Bookings phone the Town Hall Theatre at 091 569777 or online at or 



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