WITH Christmas around the corner, Eden Court CREATIVE have been busy rehearsing their annual festive show for under-five’s: No Post for Postie.
Set in the fictional village of Hollyberry, the story follows the local postman, Postie, as he works his way through the snow all day to make sure everyone gets their festive parcels and cards. But, when he gets home at the end of the day there is no post for Postie. Has everyone forgotten? Is Postie going to have a merry Christmas?
Previous sell-out shows have included Hummbug, Little Blue and When the Winter Wind Blows; each offering a multi-sensory experience to immerse the audience in truly festive theatre. No Post for Postie is no exception and combines a host of fun Christmas characters with humorous scenes and simple, repetitive words and phrases specially written so that children (and adults!) of all ages can easily follow the story.
CREATIVE manager, Kati Kozikowska, directs the show which stars two of Eden Court’s own Theatre Arts Workers: Jon Davies and Amanda Luscombe, who are both professional actors in their own rights. The team have been working together since September to create and rehearse a bespoke Christmas experience for the wee ones of Inverness and beyond.
CREATIVE have been developing work for under-five’s since 2007 and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Building upon their previous success, extra dates have been added and the performance will be taking place in the Jim Love Studio. No Post for Postie will be running from the 16th to the 22nd of December.
Kati Kozikowska said: “The under-five’s Christmas show is always the highlight of my year. Having a wee one myself, I merit the importance of interactive, visual theatre and it’s been a joy to explore this again with No Post for Postie.
“The team and I have had great fun coming up with the characters and bringing them to life with as much festive cheer as we could muster! There’s also a chance for everyone to post a letter to Santa in our postbox, so don’t forget to bring your letter!”
For further information, interview requests or to arrange picture opportunities, please contact Eden Court marketing department / email@example.com / 01463 239 841
Notes to editors:
- Eden Court is a registered charity and is the largest multi-arts venue in Scotland housing two theatres, two cinemas, two dance studios and conference and meeting spaces. It presents around 450 live performances and 2000 film screening every year as well as almost 60 classes a week. This activity attracts an audience of over 300,000 people every year.
- Eden Court runs the largest creative learning programme of any UK theatre. As well as the extensive programme of weekly classes it also has creative workers throughout the Highlands working in schools and running youth theatre and dance companies. It is the only theatre in Scotland to offer Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) courses in Drama and Dance. Pupils from across the Highlands have the opportunity to study at Eden Court for an SQA Higher Dance, Drama or Intermediate 2 exams. Aside from Eden Court, there is only one school in the Highlands where pupils can sit SQA Higher Drama exams. Eden Court is also the Scottish Government’s partner for Cashback for Creativity where seized criminal assets are redistributed to provide meaningful artistic activity for young people at risk.
- Eden Court is a registered charity and is grateful to receive regular funding from Creative Scotland and the Highland Council
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