Children from 2 Tameside primary schools – St. James’, Hattersley, and Stalyhill Infants, Stalybridge – will be joining children from across the North West for an interactive performance of The Princess and the Pea by acclaimed children’s composer Sue Nicholls.
1,000 children, from Reception and Year 1 classes, will be re-telling this timeless story across 2 performances accompanied by live musicians and narrated by Storyteller, Ian Bamford.
The event has been organised by Tameside Music Service and their partners in the Greater Manchester Music Hub.
The event will be held on Thursday 28th February, 2019 10.10 am and 1.15 pm, at The Lighthouse, which can be found at 12 Centenary Park, Coronet Way, Eccles, Salford, Manchester, M50 1RE
The event organiser said “We are delighted by the huge response we have had and this is set to be an exciting event. The children have learnt so much about music and related activities in the build up to the occasion. What a fantastic occasion to celebrate all the pupils hard work by coming together to perform.”
All enquiries to: Patricia.Tremayne@bolton.gov.uk or Kate.Bevis@bolton.gov.uk