Baba the Bad Baboon (How the Baboon Lost its Tail)

Baba the Bad Baboon (How the Baboon Lost its Tail)

3 no. saves icon · Fringe TheatrePhysical TheatreMusicals, Children's Theatre

In the palace of dreams, the supreme protector of animals and nature, warrior goddess Poluknalai, guards Ool, holder of the eight keys of the elements.

Overview

After several suspicious incidents which result in the dire loss life, Poluknalai is convinced by Baba the Baboon to take a break. As soon as Poluknalai is out of the picture, Baba wreaks havoc and steals the keys from Ool causing global environmental chaos.

The goddess resolves to rescue Ool save the universe – and to teach 'Baba the Bad Baboon' a lesson he’ll never forget, but will she make it in time?

A musical for younger audiences aged five and above.

Audiences say:

'Very effective in engaging children with important global issues.'

'Wonderful songs and acting.'

Featuring Melissa Veszi

Written and directed by Sani Muliaumaseali'i

Presented by GAFA Arts collective (GAC) & Clearpoint

www.gafasamoa.com

Sani Muliaumasealii is the Creative Director & co founder of the GAFA Arts Collective (GAC), London's first Samoan Arts Collective. His first work stage was was layered art experience 'A family called Samoa' (2012) 'Baba' (2017) premiered at the 'Origins Festival' London. A Tenor, Sani has worked in opera, music theatre, film, TV & radio the world over.

Date & time

Show ended
Sat 5 May, 2pm
Sun 6 May, 1.30pm
Mon 7 May, 5pm
Sat 12 May, 5.45pm
Sun 13 May, 3pm
Sat 19 May, 12pm
Sun 20 May, 1.30pm

Venue

St Mary's Church, High Street, Putney SW15 1SN London, UK · Get Directions

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