Poppy and Will love to play in their garden and observe the fascinating wildlife. But what will happen when their garden disappears one day?
Home Sweet Garden is an inspirational and delightful tale of friendship, love and embracing life close to nature with eco themes told using puppetry and original music score. This highly visual and interactive production was inspired by the decline of front gardens in the UK and its effects on wildlife and environment. The show will leave you running for your gardening kit!
Home Sweet Garden were first performed at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 at Royal Botanic Garden and following people were part of the production:
The show has been a top finalist for Sustainable Practice Award at Fringe 2017!
Suitable for ages 3-7 and their families
Running time: 40 min
Home Sweet Garden has been performed at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 at Royal Botanic Garden.
It was also shown as part of Puppet Animation Festival 2018 and in the following venues across Scotland: Robert Burns Centre for Film and Theatre in Dumfries, North Berwick Community Centre, North Merchiston Club, Edinburgh, Kirkliston Community Centre, Cumbernauld Theatre, Drummuir Community Hall, and Thisle Foundation, Edinburgh and Queensferry Nursery.
“This is a gentle show- sweet, enjoyable, good puppets, about the environment and nature. Actors conveyed the characters well, making good use of puppets”.
“A very enjoyable and concise show about the pleasures of nature – with an important message that we need to look after it. We would recommend it to children who are curious about the world - and if you are looking for a little meaning with your entertainment”.
Marta first fell in love with theatre during her high school years in Poland and is now an international artist and producer. She has a B.A. in Theatre Directing from the prestigious Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Arts and Cultural Management from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh...
Raymond is a multi-instrumentalist & composer from Co. Cork, Ireland. He has worked extensively since his teenage years in many projects around the world before returning to his home town where he studied Music at University College Cork, graduating in 2010 with First Class Honours...