Groove Baby presents 'Groove into The Woods'
Saturday 25th Nov 2023
Two show options:
11:00am or 12:30pm
Approx. run time: 55 mins
Venue: Storey's Field Centre
Tickets: £8 / £5 under 10 / Free for under 2 + booking fee
Limited unreserved seating available
The duration of this show is approx. 55 minutes. Suitable for children ages 3 – 7 and their grown-ups.
Under-14s should be accompanied by an adult.
There will be tea/coffee & cake available to purchase on site to help raise funds for the Festival's Educational programme.
Come on a jazz and funk fuelled family adventure into the deep dark woods. Who will we find and will they be bad or good? Specially designed for ages 3 -7 and their grown-ups! A fun mixture of animation, interactive music making and solid groove from the Groove Baby Organ Trio
Family favourite Groove Baby arriveswith an exciting, jazz and funk fuelled show especially for 3 -7s and their grown-ups! Groove Into the Woods is an animated and live-action magical, musical adventure which follows three friends into a fairytale forest where they learn some important lessons about who you can trust, who your friends are,and which troll might eat you!
Specially designed to be a midpoint between kid shows and ‘regular’ adult concerts, this show has something for everyone (in the kingdom). High energy interactive theatre meets top quality gig. Blending electro jungle rhythms, infectious pop themes, and a heavy dose of 60s Blue Note soul jazz, the Groove Baby Organ Trio creates a non-stop groove that will have everyone on their feet.The duration of this show is approx. 55minutes.
Suitable for children ages 3 –7 and their grown-ups.Groove Baby is all about fun for the whole family. Created in 2013 to give parents the opportunity to experience concert hall quality music in a child friendly environment, the shows have developed into a unique -and definitely cool -form of musical theatre event.
Featuring standout musicians from the UK jazz and contemporary circuit, Groove Baby shows are a firm family favourite of the London Jazz Festival as well as entertaining audiences across the UK