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Redland Park United Reformed Church
Whiteladies Rd, Bristol, BS6 6SA
Sat, 10:30am -11:30am
0 months to 8 years
Tiny Steps in a relaxed environment for babies, toddlers and their adults. 30 minutes of dance performance and interactive workshop followed by lovely homemade cakes and teas.
This November we bring you a Hiphop, Break Dance and B-boy Bristol based dance company called Theatre Company 57 led by Ben Nash, and their collaborators SouthWest Dance Theatre led by Anna Demming who works in a mix dance genre including ballet, folk, street dance etc. It is going to be a CRAZY exciting combination of dance, story, spoken word and music!!!
You don't need to do anything, but show up and enjoy it!
We hope you can come and support them and Tiny Steps while inspiring your children with this fantastic performance and a very famous story of Peter Pan.
Ben Nash is remaking this famous story and adopting it to our little audience. He has years of experience working with children and knows how to inspire and entertain our little ones.This time it is all about friendship and teamwork!!!
You won't be disappointed. Come and enjoy their lovely, technical dancing and learn few dance moves together with your little ones! Enjoy our cakes at the end!
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
A lovely performance which was just the right length to keep the attention of my 18month old - both myself and daughter thoroughly enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend watching a Tiny Steps performance with young children and I look forward to attending future performances!- Laura
It was amazing. Very well done. Perfect length of time as well to keep the interest of a 2 and 4 year old. I love that the kids could come on stage after the show to try some of the moves. Looking forward to more performances. thank you!- Emily
Fun for all the family! Organised, choreographed and carefully produced by Svetlana. This really was a family affair. Intimate subtle and always focussed on the young dancers and their families. Tiny steps first performace was a bold introduction to the stage for the little dancers and a theatrical taster that's begs for more! My little one and I look forward to next performance. - Shelly
We all really enjoyed watching the performance of The Enormous Turnip! Was great watching the adults and children dancing together and listening to a little girl narrate the storyline. Was very entertaining and it was brilliant afterwards that the children could go on stage to do some interactive dancing with the professionals! I highly recommend going and we look forward to the next Samba one!- Carolyn
A lovely unusual event, aimed at the very young.
It was great to see the general carcophony of babies and children suddenly halt as the music and dance commenced, all were transfixed.
The performance was just the right length, followed by a session where all went to the stage and took part, then a relaxed general play with drinks and homemade cakes. A lovely way to spend Saturday morning, and very good value. - Taj
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