The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham is sharing a show about space exploration and science with families across Gloucestershire and beyond during the Coronavirus lockdown, streaming We Are All Stars.
We Are All Stars will be streamed on the Everyman Theatre's Facebook page at 5pm on Good Friday, Friday 10 April 2020 – and will remain live on the page for families to enjoy over the coming weeks.
Suitable for children aged four to 11 – this is a nifty way to inject some fun to Easter weekends at home, as well as home schooled science lessons for little ones.
The family-friendly show was originally filmed at the Everyman’s Irving Studio Theatre, as well as being performed at libraries and museums across Gloucestershire.
This latest streamed show from the Cheltenham theatre follows on from the successful streaming of The Owl and The Pussycat which has been viewed almost 5,000 times and is still live on the Everyman Theatre’s Facebook page.
For more information, visit everymantheatre.org.uk.
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