Brooke Conway’s “Onceupona” Childrens Show premieres at Newcastle International Film Festival ( @NewcastleFest )

Brooke Conway’s “Onceupona” Childrens Show premieres at this year’s Newcastle International Film Festival. Brooke has been a huge success across the UK as a published writer, performer director and producer working across national stages including Edinburgh Fringe BBC Stage, Childrens Story Telling Centres and London’s Olympic Park Copper Box Arena where she performed with over a thousand children with her enchanted Rainforest musical extravaganza.

Brooke brings her unique and magical fusion of adventure storytelling and pure theatrical performance and puts your children centre stage to become the play as it unfolds whilst capturing the heart of the parents that observe.

Suitable for children aged 0-6. Limited seating.
Saturday March 3rd
10:30-11:00
11:15-11:45

Sunday March 4th
10:30-11:00
11:15-11:45

NIFF HQ – 8-9 Central Arcade

Tickets are available HERE

“Brooke Conway takes the children as far as the imagination can go and beyond with her spellbinding performance sure to entertain be it the children who join her or the parents observing, you’ll be truly enchanted, a must see!”
Parents BBC Stage Edinburgh Fringe

“Conway brings fairytales to life, giving a rare deftness of touch. A show which can bring a rainbow indoors, take you under the sea or enchanting you in the forest, this is a production that is sure to melt the hardest of hearts.

“Brooke Conway Blends together storytelling, dance and improvisation fused with light, sound and non stop imagination.”

“Director Brooke Conway has concocted the perfect show for young viewers.”

4 star review from Broadway Baby, Brooke Conway’s Edinburgh Fringe show 2015

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