This year, the finale of the 7th “Dziecinada” International Festival of Children’s Theatres will be organised by the Wrocław Culture Zone and the Foundation for Supporting Alternative and Ecological Cultures in Grabiszyński Park.
The four-day festival offers ticketed events, as well as a completely free offer for entire families. The open-air finale comprises more than ten theatrical initiatives – performances, workshops, group activities and animation games. On 6 October, Grabiszyński Park will host circoPitanga from Switzerland, with their innovative circus spectacle, where burlesque, acrobatics, pantomime and clown’s performance will be used to present a story of a certain wedding, as well as How to Train Your Dinosaur – a play by OtoTo Theatre, in which the protagonists will try their hand at taming the prehistoric beast.
The audience will also have the opportunity to take advantage of the rich workshop offer, featuring a clown class conducted by one of the most famous Japanese comedy actresses – Yanomi from Shoshinz Theatre, and Circo Matrioshka will teach children the basics of circus disciplines such as rope walking, stilt walking and ball juggling. The Alchemists from the Russian Street Theater of Cardboardia, who specialise in cardboard street art and have the ability to predict future, will also present an interesting project. The day filled with theatrical experiences will be concluded with a Grand Theatre Parade, accompanied by Wrocław-based band Sambacatum.
6 Oct., 12:00 am
Grabiszyński Park, Skarbowców Hillock
Nuptial Ropes, circoPitanga (Switzerland), 45 minutes, age: 3-100
How to Train Your Dino, OtoTo Teatr, 50 minutes, age: 3-103
Animated toys, Haliganda Theatre (Slovakia)
Hamletta, The Wroclaw Shakespeare Club
A hedgehog who wasn’t afraid to dream, LALKA Theatre ON TOUR
Surprise performance of the Puppet Clinic Theatre
Clown workshops with Shoshinz (Japan)
Alchemists from Cardboardia, Street Theater of Cardboardia (Russia)
Theatre and pantomime workshops with the Puppet Clinic Theatre
Music workshops with Sambacatum
Grand Theatre Parade