Stand and Be Counted Theatre announce an audio walk adventure for families this lockdown half-term.

Hidden Winter‘; is an audio walk adventure for family audiences produced in association with Theatre in the Mill, Cast, Hull Truck Theatre and Oldham Coliseum Theatre, and funded by Bradford Producing Hub and Arts Council England.

Hidden Winter is an adventure for all families for this half term, made with The Herd Theatre.

Hidden Winter follows eight-year-old Hiba, a mischievous cat, and a trail of winter clothes in a story celebrating the joys and difficulties of making friends in a new place.

This brand-new story walk adventure is designed to be experienced by audiences on mobile devices, whilst on walks in their local park, or at home, during national lockdown restrictions.

Hidden Winter has been co-created with young asylum-seeker children and families in Bradford and will be available for free in English and Arabic from Friday (February 19).

Source: Oldham News | Community News | Stand and Be Counted Theatre announce an audio walk adventure for lockdown half-term – Oldham Chronicle

Andrew Stuck

Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Wa...

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