an illustration - a dark looming sky. two tiny figures in pointy hats, scarves and capes are lost in the middle of it

Still Here

a wordless physical theatre adventure for ages 3-6 years
a mustard square with a paper rip revealing psychedelic multicoloured 70's type swirls


a 70's inspired happening for babies aged 0-12 months
a baby looks intently at a guitar player who is out of focus in the foreground


a unique concert for babies led by Eamon Sweeney
a baby sits on a silver cushion staring at silver foil dancing in front of it. everything is saturated in blue


A dreamy new adventure for audiences of babies aged 3-12 months
a drawing of a sad grey bunny who is holding a smile in front of his sad mouth. text reads 'my smile has fallen down by Dan Leith'

My Smile Has Fallen Down

A show for 5-7 year olds by Dan Leith
the word GROOVE on a silver background that has a rip to reveal 70's style psychedelic patterns


A chilled out adventure for children with complex needs, full of harmony singing and immersive video.
drawn illustration of three performers in green with colanders, reflective balls, flowers and fish.

Sing Me to the Sea Reimagined

Under the shadow of Covid-19, re-imagining live touring for children and young people with complex needs.
a performer in green holds a multicoloured fish puppet towards a child who puts his tongue out to lick it. the child is supported in the water by an adult that we see in the background. they are all in a swimming pool

Sing Me to the Sea

An immersive multisensory adventure for children and young people with complex needs
BigKidLittleKid - two performers dressed alike, one with a giant bobble on her hat, the other with a tiny bobble. Big Kid holds out her hand to repel Little Kid who bends backwards away from the hand


A show without words with original score by award-winning Scottish composer David Goodall and fabulous quirky costumes by Cherie White.