Writer: Mike Kenny, ACE Children’s Award 2000
Musician: Nigel Waterhouse
Bin Men is a co-production between and York Theatre Royal where it will play in the studio from May 14 to May 25 2013, before embarking on a national and international tour
Additional Winter-Spring 2014:
April 6: Craignish Village Hall, Ardfern, Argyll: 3pm 01852 500746
Bin Men by Mike Kenny
A play with music for young children and their families
Don and Sam are bin men with dreams. Big dreams!
They want to save the world and they want to have fun doing it!
Bin men see everything we throw away – and we throw away so many things.
With Don and Sam around we may just need to think again.
They can find a use for anything.
Bin Men is an exciting new co-production between York Theatre Royal and nationally and internationally acclaimed ajtc.
'These are artists whose experience in engaging theatre-goers shines through.'Carl Miller Associate Director (Literacy) Unicorn Theatre London
Written by multi-award winning writer Mike Kenny and directed by Rosamunde Hutt it is a story of music, movement, recycling, re-using, puppetry and fun.
‘Did you mean to throw that away?’
‘I dropped it in my bin because I didn't want it. It's rubbish.’
‘I just think you might want to think again.’
Children’s Theatre to Remember supported by Arts Council England
From the creative team that brought you The Gardener, nominated for The Children’s Theatre Prize in Germany and The Chronos Prize in France.
Mike is writer of the critically acclaimed York Theatre Royal production of E. Nesbit’s The Railway Children which has just completed a successful run at the former Eurostar terminal at Waterloo station London. The award-winning production will now transfer to Toronto’s Railway Heritage Museum, where it will open this summer. The production also returns to Waterloo Station in June for a summer run.
Children has also scooped the Best Entertainment prize in the 35th Laurence
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|Design by Rob Clarke|