Photographer: Anita Murphy

Branar Téatar do Pháistí | Ireland | Music

Rockin' Rhymes

Did little Miss Muffet jive around her tuffet? Did Jack and Jill bop up that hill? Was it a funky beat that made the cradle really rock?

‘Rockin' Rhymes’ is a musical adventure featuring nursery rhymes as you’ve never heard them before.

Much-loved Galway company, Branar Téater do Pháistí, present their first music show for families. Original songs based on well-loved nursery rhymes will be performed by a five-piece band of stellar musicians and singers, accompanied by animated illustrations by Maeve Clancy.

The band comprises Helen Gregg (vocals), Grace Kiely (vocals & double bass), Michael Chang (viola & mandolin), Rickie O'Neill (drums) and Miquel Barcelo (guitar). Direction by Marc Mac Lochlainn. This show is produced in association with Pavilion Theatre and Roscommon Arts Centre.

‘Beautiful, touching and playful production.’ – Irish Times on Branar’s ‘The Way Back Home’ ★ ★ ★ ★
‘Joyful.’ – Sunday Business Post on Branar’s ‘Woolly’s Quest’ ★ ★ ★ ★

Company

Branar Téatar do Pháistí

Branar Téater do Pháistíis a Galway-based company who has been making work for young audiences for over 18 years. Last year alone, Branar reached over 17,000 audience members in Ireland, the UK, China and Macau. Over 14,000 children have seen Branar’s sell-out show ‘How to Catch a Star’ since its premiere in the Galway International Arts Festival in 2017. Branar will now present their first music show for children and families. Branar also partners with NUIG and Baboró for the European Project, Mapping.

Venue

Black Box Theatre

Accessibility: This venue is fully wheelchair accessible.

Parking: There is Pay and Display (street parking) at this venue. Chargeable hours are 08.30-18.30 Monday to Saturday and 13.00-18.30 Sunday, at €2 per hour.

Public Bus: Galway city bus route 407 stops at Woodquay, which is a 7 minute walk to the Black Box Theatre.

Walking: The Black Box Theatre is an 8 minute walk from the Town Hall Theatre and a 19 minute walk from the Spanish Arch.