Special Daytime Relaxed Performance for parents with babies under 1 of a beautiful new piece of storytelling and song exploring some of the less talked about issues of new motherhood, by new company In Our Hands. This performance will have lifted lifts and softer sound. Change a nappy, feed the baby, come and go. Do whatever your baby needs. Cooing, gurgling and crying babies welcome.
A vocal journey into the messiness of one woman’s motherhood. Two women, two voices, in just a meter square playing space. Baba’s Song is a wild roar in the woods and a panic attack in Mothercare.
In Our Hands is an emerging South West based theatre company made up of actor/physical theatre performer Kim Heron (Green Ginger, Theatre Ad Infinitum) and musician/actor Jannah Warlow (Verity Standen, Bristol Old Vic). Baba’s Song sees Kim and Jannah collaborate with Bristol director Emma Williams to create a new piece of performance storytelling.
‘Blisteringly powerful.’ Angie Belcher, Comedian
‘It truly summed up motherhood… wonderful to see such a subject being tackled on stage.’
Alexandra Bridger, The Medicated Follower
‘It rarely goes 10 minutes without them effortlessly creating something I have never seen before… [In Our Hands Theatre] are an exciting addition to the theatrical landscape. They are absolutely thrilling!’ Exeunt Magazine