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Oily Cart’s - Hippity Hop - hits the stage...


This is total tactile theatre for tinies and, going by the concentration of these audiences, totally successful.” - The Stage

'Gives the very young a real taste of the wonder of theatre.' - The Guardian

Come along to experience the puppetry, rap, music and movement of the first ever interactive hip hop show for young children aged 2-5.

Features music specially created by rap artist BREIS, artwork by street artist Carleen de Sözer, a cast featuring MC Solocypher and Oily favourite Katherine Vernez Gray, and musician Kadialy Kouyate performing on the kora.

Relaxed/enhanced version for children aged 2-8.

Following it’s festive run at artsdepot, Hippity Hop will hit the road in January 2019.

You can catch the show at Stratford Circus Arts Centre, London (8th & 9th February 2019).

Stratford Circus Arts centre Box Office: 020 8279 1080

Record Last Updated on: 25/01/2019

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