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DetailsA Dog's Brexit
is a Dr Seuss meets Animal Farm-esque portrayal of Britain's exit from the EU, filled with dogs, rhyme, songs and non-biased explanations that aim to speak directly to children. This play is an opportunity to re-live the events that led to Britain leaving the European Union, in a light-hearted and pun-filled way! The Little Things aim to stay neutral in the argument, presenting a variety of views, offering children and their families the opportunity to reflect without necessarily having to 'pick a side'Author Josie Hunt.
Archive listings for A Dog's Brexit
Work type: Kids show
|The dogs of Bowwow Town are all part of the BU, aka the Bowwow Union. The kennels trade and dogs move from kennel to kennel, but this luxury comes at a price: a lot of doggie-dollar and BU rules to deal with. And so the day comes when some British Bulldogs decide they want to leave the BU. In an attempt to be re-elected, the Top Dog announces a BU ruf-erendum, where the British Bulldogs must vote in or out. And so the campaigns begin!Company The Little Things Theatre. |
|28 May 18||Alma Tavern Theatre, Bristol :: V0707367604|
listing details L01025488078
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