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Image Credit: Ed Vere
Image Credit: Ed Vere

Max The Brave

Watch this children's book come alive in a unique musical theatre production for all the family.

19 February 2016 | Visit website

Ed Vere’s vivid children’s book comes alive in this delightful piece of music theatre, with live music performed by Britten Sinfonia.
 
Max is a kitten, a brave and fearless kitten in search of a mouse. But in order to be a mouse-catcher, Max needs to know what a mouse is.

Join author and illustrator Ed Vere and Britten Sinfonia as they take you on an exciting and unexpected musical journey: the ‘purr-fect’ way to introduce the young and their families to classical music.
 
Suitable for ages 3–7

Max The Brave will be performed at Barbican Theatre, tickets are £12 for adults and £6 for unders 18s.
 

Barbican Centre Silk Street , London EC2Y 8DS

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