Booster Cushion Theatre for Children are currently touring ‘Book In Danger’, a children’s show about environments and how we affect them. This is a fun and engaging show based around a serious topic of rainforests and their destruction. We have found that this show fits in with the school curriculum in subjects such as geography or science, as it has a strong focus on the theme of conservation, different environments and forest animals. ‘Book In Danger’ is ideal for both KS1 and KS2.
The diary of an oak tree is brought to life by Book Mark (our narrator). Using a giant diary which contains stunning illustrations, children get to be taken on a journey of an oak tree. Pages include diaries of the tree’s days, a massive map of the tree’s travels and his animal friends in the forest. While Oakie goes to visit his relatives in the rainforest, the chopper is hot on his trail and we learn on the journey about how his surrounding habitat is being destroyed. Participants from the audience, help to identify and play the different forest animals and help Book Mark to answer questions from what they learn through the show about the environment and it’s habitats.
This show takes place with a Big Book on a tree trunk base, with a bookcase backdrop. It helps to highlight the issues in our world about environments, but presented in a funny and nonscary way.
Please contact us on 01727 873 874 or firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to book a Booster children’s show about environments. We tour throughout the UK in all months, and as a flexible solo touring company can help to accommodate any late availability you may want.