WhatTheatres & Shows
4 years +
04/11/2017 - 21/09/2017
Little Angel Theatre
14 Dagmar Passage
21 September – 4 November
Tickets: £14 adults, £12 kids
Across the plains of Africa where grass grows tall and acacias taste sweet.
A young giraffe is sent as a gift from the Pasha of Egypt to the King of France, but Paris is very far away…
With a boy called Atir to help Zeraffa find her way, the pair sail up the Nile past pyramids, sphinxes and temples and out across the stormy sea to a country where everything is different. No one has seen an animal like Zeraffa before. Can Zeraffa and Atir find a way to make this new place home?
This charming story of dislocation, adventure and friendship in the most unlikely of places is told on a simple stage with a cast of three and an imaginative use of props.
Zeraffa is at home in North London until she makes her way south to the Omnibus in Clapham for a pre-Christmas run.
21 September – 4 November
Tickets: £14 adults, £12 kids
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