Manchester Camerata: Storytime with Sir Michael Morpurgo and Josie D’Arby

Shekina Rose, Families Editor
Manchester Camerata

Manchester Camerata: Storytime with Sir Michael Morpurgo and Josie D’Arby at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 8 June 2024 Tickets from £14.00 — Book now

Step into a world of musical dreams with Manchester Camerata: Storytime, an upcoming family event with Sir Michael Morpurgo and Josie D’Arby at the Stoller Hall on 8 June.

Whether its the first time introducing your little ones to the wonders of classical music, or you’re a seasoned concertgoer, you’ll have so much fun and be roaring for more at this heartwarming afternoon production for people of all ages.

Featuring two masterpieces, Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals and Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, Manchester Camerata’s Storytime will take you to a world where music and storytelling co-exist in the most magical way, as author Sir Michael Morpurgo, accompanied by award-winning television presenter Josie D’Arby, bring these iconic works to life.

Prepare for an exciting adventure through the animal kingdom, where majestic lions, mischievous wolves and sly snakes roam. Dressing up for both grownups and children alike is not only welcomed but encouraged, as you let your imagination run wild in this unforgettable interactive experience.

Don’t miss your chance to be part of this roarsome afternoon of musical magic and storytelling, where you can create cherished memories with your loved ones. There’s also space in the Stoller Hall to relax and meet friends, as well as family friendly and accessible facilities, and if you’re hungry head to the Atrium Bar for drinks and snacks, which also features the new Jeremy Haworth Gallery Wall.

Book your tickets now and be swept away by the symphonic wonders of Manchester Camerata: Storytime at the Stoller Hall this June.

Manchester Camerata: Storytime with Sir Michael Morpurgo and Josie D’Arby at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 8 June 2024 Tickets from £14.00 Book now

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