Theatr Iolo are pleased to be part of this exciting new collaboration with the egg, Bath, Oxford Playhouse and Conde Duque, Madrid.
Muckers is about feminism and takes on the rules young girls are taught as they’re growing up.
It has a playful style, contrasting very Spanish things like Flamenco dancing with very British things like marmite sandwiches.
With original songs and a tapas-sized portion of Spanish, this mischievous show asks what it takes to stand proud and be true to ourselves, and how we empower the next generation to do the same.
“It’s one of (if not the most) exciting, ‘radical’ distinctive, authentic pieces we have had here for children and I’M SO PLEASED WE DID IT!”
Laura Elliot, Programme Director, Oxford Playhouse Paloma has always mucked about with Pijon. They love it. They run wild.
They dress up. Like tigers, flamenco dancers, queens, kings, rabbits and Lady Gaga.
Life is fun and funny and a little bit loopy. Until all of a sudden, Paloma comes face to face with a blinding light named Big Luce.
Paloma doesn’t understand what she’s done wrong but Big Luce just won’t leave her be.
Paloma and Pijon are catapulted into a strange new world where they begin their surreal adventure, determined to find out what Big Luce is all about.
Created by award-winning theatre maker Caroline Horton and an international ensemble, Muckers is a funny, magical, physical production for ages 7+.