Got enough energy for this kids?

Does your child like to dance? Or like high energy activities? Or in most cases, just like to be amused for an hour? If the answer is yes then you should check out Funny Bones coming to the macrobert on the 22nd and 23rd of June.

Funny Bones is a brand new double bill of contemporary dance, choreographed by Enrique Cabrera and Luca Silvestrini. The show entices children age 3 -7 and their families into a new world of dance and movement.

The show is made up of two pieces; Go! choreographed by Luca Silvestrini, and DanSense by Enrique Cabrera. ? Go! is an imaginative and energetic piece of dance-theatre based on the theme of sport. Entering an unusual arena, the performers move from one sporting discipline to another, facing victories and defeats, competitions and challenges.

Enrique Cabrera’s piece, DanSense, explores the five senses and offers a stimulating interactive dance experience for young audiences featuring newly commissioned music. From costumes adorned with plastic spoons, to buckets filled with water that soaks the dancers (and the audience!) this show is a beautifully creative piece that will have children intrigued from start to finish. The second half of the show

The pieces are a mix of contemporary dance, physical theatre, and dance-theatre, designed to be accessible and appropriate for children.

For more information or to book phone 01786 466666.


About macrobert
macrobert arts centre offers an exciting programme of events that welcomes everyone. Choose from a fantastic programme of live events including theatre, dance and music. There is also a full cinema programme with films showing to suit all ages and tastes. There are lots of fun activities for children and young people: creative factories, supervised arts and craft sessions in treehouse, tailor made birthday parties, and youth theatre and dance groups. TICKETS AND INFORMATION LINE 01786 466666 You can also follow macrobert on Facebook , Twitter and Bebo. For special offers and to get all the macrobert news first, sign up for our weekly e-bulletin via

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