A History of SOUND

Saturday 3 September
at The Vache, Chalfont St. Giles, HP8 4SD

A History of SOUND!

Calling children aged 7 – 99 and their adults…

Join us for the very first performances of our interactive show all about SOUND!

We’ll be exploring sounds on planet earth from 4.5 billion years ago right up to the time of Bach. This is a first sharing of a show that will tour to schools in 2023 and beyond.

What was the first ever rhythmic sound? The very first instrument? What IS a sound wave? What is pitch? What’s the difference between ‘sound’ and ‘music’? Musical notation – what’s that all about?!

We’ll answer all these questions and more… while making you giggle! This is NOT a lecture. As a bonus, you’ll get your very own agent number for our secret organisation and might even get to make your own vegetable pipe…

Morning performance: grounds open at 10.30am for interactive stalls and workshops. The main show is scheduled to start at 11.30am but may start up to half an hour earlier due to changing weather conditions. Grounds will close at 12.30pm.

Afternoon performance: grounds open at 2pm for interactive stalls and workshops. The main show is scheduled to start at 3pm but may start up to half an hour earlier due to changing weather conditions. Grounds will close at 4pm.

Tickets are extremely limited so please book now to avoid disappointment!

Description

Co-devised and directed by
Paul O’Mahony

Co-devised and performed by
Oskar McCarthy
Gabriella Liandu
Betty Makharinsky
Jonathan Darbourne

Associate Producer
Gabrielle Court

Additional information

Time

2.00pm – 4.00pm, 10.30am – 12:30pm

Ticket Band

Full Price (£15), Under16 (£5)