Watch Now for Families: Little Angel Theatre’s THE WORLD OF SOUND SCRIBBLES

The ever-popular theatre for younger audiences, the Little Angel Theatre, has released another show for younger viewers through its YouTube channel.

Babies are always curious about sound, they make a lot of sound in their daily lives too! Have you ever thought that these sounds they make are actually music? Let Little Bean bring you to the sensory world of Sound Scribbles – babies’ explorations of sound, accompanied with original music.

It is a Little Bean Production, supported by Little Angel Theatre and Chinese Arts Now (CAN) as part of CAN Festival 2021.

This film is now available to watch for free on the Little Angel Theatre YouTube channel until 28th February 2022.

The show lasts approximately 10 minutes and is available for one year.

Although this show is free to watch, please consider making a donation to the Little Angel Theatre which does vital work in helping younger children to access the joy of theatre.


A Little Bean Theatre production. Music by Gigi Lam Puppetry and visuals by Jessica Andrews, Bonnie Chan and Cynthia Cheung; Little musicians are Zac Adeyemi, Sebastian Brookham, Luca Garofalo, Luna Lun.

Little Bean is the first and only Cantonese speaking family theatre company in the UK. Founded in 2018 by a group of London-based theatre, music and multi-arts practitioners and artists mostly from Hong Kong, they make interactive children’s/ family theatre that involves music, movements, puppetry and sensory elements for children and adult audiences.

CAN – Chinese Arts Now was founded in 2005 as a not-for-profit arts organisation (formerly Chinese/Chinatown Arts Space) to develop, commission and present to the public work exploring contemporary Chinese perspectives and art forms, and work that blends Chinese and other contemporary art forms. In 2019, CAN launched a new annual festival, CAN Festival, the first arts festival across London dedicated to showcasing to the public performing arts that explore contemporary Chinese themes, perspectives and art forms. CAN Festival 2019 showcased a diverse range of art forms (music, drama, live art, dance, films, digital arts) with over 60 events across London.


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