Where can you go when there is nowhere to go?
In the little bike shop at the end of town, a world of adventure awaits. Two boys and their bikes travel the world in a show that conjures play from the everyday and where anything is possible. Created by Branar Téatar do Pháistí and performed by Miquel Barceló and Moisés Mas García, this joyful production celebrates the places your imagination can take you.
‘Rothar’ is produced in association with Drama NUI Galway and Baboró International Arts Festival for Children as part of Creative Europe’s Mapping Project.
Branar Téatar do Pháistí is one of the leading theatre companies making work for children in Ireland. They create beautiful, innovative, high-quality productions that inspire children and their families. They tour their work to venues and festivals locally, nationally and internationally. They support artists to make work for young audiences through their tailored programmes of resource sharing and Tiny Show creation. They create opportunities for children to explore their own arts practise in school settings. The company tours extensively nationally and internationally every year. Their work has been presented throughout Ireland, Europe, the USA, China and Japan.
Baboró festival venues require that all patrons over the age of 18 must be fully vaccinated, as per current government Covid-19 guidelines. Patrons must present their Covid-19 vaccination certificate with valid ID on entry to the venue. Accompanying children under 18 do not need to be fully vaccinated. All patrons over 13 must wear a facemask during events. Venues will operate at up to 60% capacity indoors and up to 75% capacity outdoors.
This does not apply to school events. Schools policy can be viewed here.