Letters Through Your Door

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Letters Through Your Door

By David Gibb

Guildhall Theatre

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Sat 13 Aug

Tickets: £8 More price information

Suitable for ages 3-11. This performance has no interval
Running Time: 1 hour - approximate, including any interval(s).

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About the event

Letters Through Your Door is a fun and exciting stage show packed full of catchy and toe tapping numbers perfect for 3 years + and their families.

At just 23 years old he’s already had his music played on BBC Radios 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, performed at Glastonbury Festival (amongst many others), played over 400 concerts, been nominated for a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award as part of the duo ‘David Gibb & Elly Lucas’, and won the highly commended prize at the Young Story Teller of the Year competition (2011). 

Frustrated at the lack of high quality music available for children, and inspired by the strong independent children’s music movement in America, he set himself the mission of writing an album of songs aimed at families, with quality and musicianship and song writing being the focus. The result is ‘Letters Through Your Door’, a fun and exciting album and stage show packed full of catchy and toe tapping numbers.

The album features original songs as well drawing on traditional children’s song from across the world. This sublime mix is complemented by guest appearances from some of the biggest names on the British folk scene including Bella Hardy, Lucy Ward, Jez Lowe and Nancy Kerr. The themes range from the everyday to the the surreal, but whether it’s finding a dragon in your bedroom, dreaming about swimming in the sea, or simply waiting for the postman to arrive, there’s something here for everyone!

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Dates & Tickets

Letters Through Your Door

Sat 13 Aug 2016, 3pm

£8

Reviews

"Letters Through Your Door is a fine collection of songs that children will love to sing and dance along with." - Bright Young Folk

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