Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs presented by Tom Crowley with The Everyman
Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes have been entertaining audiences young and old for generations. Having brought the house down in 2019, The Everyman once again brings together a narrator with some of the finest musicians in the country.
This fantastic double–billing of two favourites: Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs will delight audiences anew.
A great introduction to the instruments of the orchestra, Dahl’s naughty, mischievous humour is brought to life in this adaptation by the celebrated composer Paul Patterson – a musical setting with a narrator and an 11–piece orchestra with conductor that is sure to blow your house in!
“Fantastic show. Both narrator and orchestra were outstanding” AOIFE NI CHRUALAOI, CORK TEACHER
“A highlight of our children’s school year” CAROL DUGGAN, CORK TEACHER
World Book Day is coming up on March 5th, and to celebrate we’ll running a great kids’ colouring competition!
See the Teaching & Learning Pack for Revolting Rhymes.
RUNNING TIME 80 mins
Presented by Tom Crowley and The Everyman
Message from the Creative Schools Team:
This exciting upcoming opportunity for schools and Youthreach centres to be part of the next phase of Scoileanna Ildánacha / Creative Schools.
Apply to be a Creative School
Creative Schools aims to put the arts and creativity at the heart of children’s and young people’s lives and this year 150 new schools/centres will join the programme. Participating schools will work alongside a Creative Associate who will help them to develop their own Creative Schools plan to understand, develop and celebrate the arts and creativity in their school. Schools will be awarded a once-off grant of €4,000 (in total) to implement their plans over the two school years 2020–21 and 2021–22. Further information on the initiative is available here.
Opportunities for schools/centres to apply open on 18 February and close on 19 March 2020. Schools are encouraged to get on line and register today.
Next steps and links to further details about the opportunity are provided below.
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Creative Schools Team
What schools applying should do now:
Step 1 – Get online, read the guidelines and find out more
Step 2 – Register your school as an organisation/group with the Arts Council’s Online Services. Please note: If your school has previously registered with the Arts Council’s Online Services, you do not need to register again, and you should use your existing ARN to apply. If you are registering for the first time, please ensure your school name is the same as the one used on your bank account.
Step 3 – Apply online between 18 February and 19 March 2020.