The Imagination Museum


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Everything is not as it seems in The Imagination Museum.

Allow us to introduce you to Mildred (the boss), Henry (the mischievous one), and Harriet (the imaginative one). These three eccentric tour-guides will bring to life a series of museum artefacts through words and movement.

The Imagination Museum is a promenade dance piece designed to take you into a world of movement based on different museum objects.

The dance piece is aimed at children and families and has been designed for museums and heritage sites as part of the Dancing in Museums project.

The piece has been created in collaboration with writer and poet Anna Selby and composer Max Perryment. The dancers speak and move throughout the performance.

The Imagination Museum is aimed particularly at children aged 7-11 years old but is suitable for all ages.

Performances last 40 minutes and take place at:
11am, 1pm, 3pm

Part of Bristol Family Arts Festival.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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