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Chouk Bwa Libete, Yana and the Yeti and Celebration Florida (the week ahead at Cambridge Junction)

23rd February at 12:00 am29th March at 11:30 pm

£10.00 - £12.50

Chouk Bwa Libete on Saturday 24th February in J2 from 8pm

Drums, poetry and trance from Haiti’s vodou heartlands. Chouk Bwa Libète are a traditional Haitian Mizik Rasin (‘roots music’) ensemble bringing together the essence of Haitian Vodou without unnecessary frills. Their music rises in waves of percussion, vocals and dance, authentically inspired in the moment and communicating nothing but the unique joy of this shared spontaneity. With deep roots in the religious rites of West African Vodún, their repertoire blends traditional songs with compositions by lead vocalist and poet Jean-Claude ‘Sambaton’ Dorvil. The celebratory power of their sound has already ignited audiences at major festivals around the world, including Roskilde, WOMAD and Amsterdam Roots. Tickets are £11 each. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

“Enthralling… Sublime.” –fRoots 

 

Yana and the Yeti on Sunday 25th February in J2 from 2.30pm

by Pickled Image

Imagine being far, far from home and all alone, arriving in a remote snow-bound village surrounded by dense forest and strange noises. This is how Yana’s story begins. She can’t understand a word anyone says and the other children tease her with tales of mythical mountain monsters. Then things start to get really hairy…

Featuring exquisite music, arctic landscapes and a cast of extraordinary puppets, Yana and the Yeti is aimed at family audiences (5+). This is a dark, funny and poignant tale of a small child’s determination to be understood and her discovery that friends can come in the most unexpected shapes and sizes. Tickets are £10 (adult), £6 (child) and 15% off group of 4 (max. 2 adults). Suitable for audience age 5 years +. Show lasts for 1 hour (no interval). Hands on Happenings craft sessions available from an hour before the show i.e. 10.30 for 11.30 show. The sessions do get very busy so early arrival is advised. If you do miss out before the show, Sophie will still there when the show finishes for a short time. Please note that Sophie will not be around after the final show of the day.

“Magical, beguiling, emotional and eye-wideningly beautiful”
Bristol 24/7

“A delightfully designed family show” ★★★★
The Stage

 

Celebration Florida on Wednesday 28th February in J2 from 7.30pm

by Greg Wohead


This is a show for anyone who has ever missed anyone or anything. Greg will speak to you through two performers using pre-recorded audio and headphones. The performers will know almost nothing about the show and they will meet for the first time when they walk on stage.

A show featuring two unrehearsed performers who have never met, Celebration, Florida is a quietly surreal show for anyone who has ever missed anyone or anything. A show about missing people and places featuring two unrehearsed performers. Tickets are £12.50 (adults) and £8.00 (concessions) each and suitable for children and adults from 16 years + due to sexual references.

Other shows appearing at Cambridge Junction- Alun Cochrane: Alunish Cochranish in J2 on Friday 23rd February, Kiri Pritchard Mclean: Appropriate Adult in J3 on Saturday 24th February, Catch a Fire with Krept and Konan in J1 on Saturday 24th February, Principles of Storytelling and the Spoken Word by Ben Haggarty in J3 on Sunday 25th February (SOLD OUT), Graham Fellows: Completely Out of Character in J2 on Monday 26th February and Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle in J2 on Tuesday 27th February.

 

Details

Start:
23rd February at 12:00 am
End:
29th March at 11:30 pm
Cost:
£10.00 - £12.50
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.junction.co.uk/

Organiser

Cambridge Junction
Phone:
01223 511 511
Email:
tickets@junction.co.uk
Website:
http://www.junction.co.uk

Venue

Cambridge Junction
Clifton Way
Cambridge, CB1 7GX United Kingdom
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