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Theatre for kids in Lincoln this July

Beam!: Kids in Lincoln have the chance to see some international theatre this July as part of the Beam! festival.

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Kids in Lincoln have the chance to see some international theatre this July.

Beam! 2011 is a children’s arts festival, with a series of events in the city. This year’s focus is internationalism.

Italian theatre group La Barraca will perform Colours of Water at Lincoln’s Drill Hall on July 6, at £5 a ticket.

The performance, aimed at 1 to 4-year-olds, recently won Best Show for the Very Young at the International Festival of Theatre for Young People in Bucharest, Romania.

It’s described as “a play made of lights, sounds, images and movements, where words fade into the background to accompany the action.”

On July 9 at the Drill Hall, Scottish theatre group Vision Mechanics will perform the A Frog Princess, using storytelling and puppetry. Tickets are £5 and the recommended age range is 3 to 8-years-old.

Beam! 2010 Co-Director David Lambert said: “We are delighted to be promoting two high quality children’s performances, both of whom are internationally renowned for their stunning and creative work.”

Also on July 9, there will be a creative drama and craft workshop based on Hansel and Gretel with local company Storybook Days. The two-hour workshop will involve drama, craft, including making your own sweet house, games, and pebble art. It costs £7.50 per child.

For the full list of events at the Beam! 2011 Children’s Festival, select the Full Schedule tab at the top.


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Monday 4th July – High Street (Opposite BHS)

10.00 Ellison Boulters Primary: Extracts from “The Lion King”

10.30 Ruskington Chestnut Street Primary: A Musical Celebration

11.00 Potterhanworth Primary: GEL

11.30 Kelsey Primary: The Masked Cleaning Ladies

12.00 Sir Francis Hill: Jungle Book

13.00 Kidgate Primary: The Twits

Tuesday 5th July – High Street (Opposite BHS)

10.00 St John’s Primary: Respect and Inspiration

10.30 Swinderby Primary: Fairytale Dance and Others

11.00 Ellison Boulters Primary: Choir

11.30 William Alvey School: What A Knight!

12.00 Gipsey Bridge: Wizard of Oz

1.00 Gosberton House: Boys and Girls Come Out To Play

Wednesday 6th July – St Benedict’s Square, High Street

10.00 Brant Broughton Primary: Fun In The Sun

10.30 Millfield Primary: Medieval Millfield

11.00 Welbourn Primary: We’ve Had The Time Of Our Life

11.30 St Christopher’s: Time Travel

12.00 West Grantham Academies: The Circus

1.00 Malcom Sargent: Malcom Sargent Primary School Choir

Thursday 7th July – Castle Square

10.00 Grasby All Saints: Grasby All Saints Orchestra

10.30 St Peter in Eastgate: Pirates Ahoy

11.00 Westgate Junior School: Westgate School’s Summer Concert

11.30 Cowbit St Mary’s Primary School: Cowbit St Mary’s School Choir

12.00 John Fielding School: Dance-Shame/ Drumming 500 Piece

1.00 Tealby Primary: Musical Pot Pourri

Friday 8th July- St Benedict’s Square, High Street

10.00 St Botolph’s: St Botolph’s Band

10.30 St Botolph’s: St Botolph’s Choir

11.00 Chad Varah Primary: Pirates and Gangsters

11.30 Phoenix Federation: The Lotus Flower

12.00 Bardney Primary: Dances Through the Ages

1.00 Dongington Cowley Primary: Flash