Two FREE family performances featuring an inspiring hitch-hike on a plant-related journey from small Acorns to great Oak Trees are planned for Blaby District Council’s ‘A Place to Grow’ Open Day in Enderby on Saturday 11 August 2018.
SEED is a fun exploration of our relationship with the long suffering plants that keep us fed, sheltered and breathing. It is the visual and movement theatre story of Wilford – one of the “unseen” – as he scrapes and digs and blasts the seed holes and co-opts the water and food.
With pulsating plant beats, flying soil and water, live music and a giant tree growing out of a shed, it’s the perfect performance for children and families
Performances will take place at 11:30am and 1:30pm at the A Place to Grow Garden at Mill Lane, Enderby, LE19 4BX.
Families are advised to bring their own picnic blanket to enjoy the performances on the grass area.
There will also be a BBQ, cake, refreshments and an ice cream van on offer. All proceeds will go towards the running of the garden.
To book tickets for the free performances of SEED, fill in the online form or call 0116 272 7703.
[Photo supplied : Blaby District Council]