The Little Mochi Man

The Little Mochi Man goes on adventures

Sat 10 Mar 2018

The Little Mochi Man

This event is part of: 
 

THE LITTLE MOCHI MAN

Produced and presented by A Thousand Cranes in association with 

artsdepot

Hosted by The Cockpit



Written and directed by Vicky Ireland
Design: Mila Sanders 
Music: Julian Butler
Performers: Haruka Kuroda (CBBC's Officially Amazing and CBeebies Spotbots) and Natsumi Kuroda 
For children aged 4+, their family and friends

“A little cooked rice ball, Mochi Man, despite being the very last scrap in the pan,
runs away to seek his fortune, in the country of Japan!”

 

It’s almost New Year and little Mochi Man, tired of being bullied because of his small size, decides to run away.

Join him on his adventures as he travels from the snowy mountains of Hokkaido, to the hustle and bustle of Tokyo meeting many wondrous creatures and characters along the way, including The Gingerbread Man and a very fast bullet train!

Mixing modern with traditional Japanese forms of story-telling and inspired by the traditions of Shogatsu (Japanese New Year celebrations) A Thousand Cranes brings a new piece of inventive theatre for young audiences.

With 2 performers, ‘origami’ puppets, animation and specially composed music, this is the perfect introduction to Japan for young children.
 


Reviews for our previous show at the Cockpit 'Me and My Cat?'

Parents- go and see this show –it works like a dream - ★★★★ Remote Goat
Above all, a joyful morning for all the family ★★★★ Everything Theatre
An exceptional example of making the page work for the stage. Children’s Theatre Reviews for Me and My Cat?

www.athousandcranes.org.uk

Tickets:
£7 / £24 for a family of 4
Locals discount: All tickets are £5 each / £16 family of 4, for people living in Church Street Ward postcodes:
NW1 5**,  NW1 6**,  NW8 7**,  NW8 8**,   W2 1**.
Please buy at The Cockpit and bring proof of address.
For details e-mail; kidsatthecockpit [dot] org [dot] uk or call us on 0207 258 2925 (10.30am - 6pm Monday to Friday and 12pm - 6pm on Saturday)

Saturday 10th March 2018 - 2pm

 

Tickets:
£7 / £24 family of 4