Sat 16-Sun 17 May
Will we ever get used to living in the new house? Are there really elephants, sharks and crocodiles living next door? Is that a giant mosquito that’s going to suck out all our blood or a crazy man with a drill? Have a gaggle of witches put a curse on our new home? And will we ever unpack these boxes?
Ed Patrick (aka Kid Carpet), is a Bristol-based theatre maker of nonsense music and rock’n’roll theatre shows. His funny and moving new show uses rock music, puppetry and projection to explore the horrors and excitements of the first day in a new house.
Great melodies and infectious pop hooks…if only all pop music could be this fun – iDJ Magazine (on Kid Carpet)
I woched the film and I rilly in joyd it! – 5 year old audience member, Kid Carpet and the Noisy Animals
I think that when the man said about the bear needing a poo it was funny, he sang really good – 7 year old audience member, Kid Carpet and the Noisy Animals
Patrick has a marvelous knack for entertaining the children while also keeping the attention of their parents with his cheeky humour and quick wit – Bristol Culture, Kid Carpet and the Noisy Animals
a zany mix of quirky songs…a fantastic show for kids of all ages – Weston-super-mum, Kid Carpet and the Noisy Animals
Ed Patrick (aka Kid Carpet), is a Bristol-based theatre maker of nonsense music and rock’n’roll theatre shows. His funny and moving new show uses music, puppetry and projection to look at what it’s like to move into a new house in the city and find your place there.
Kid Carpet and the Noisy Neighbours is Directed by Emma Williams, designed by Carl Davies and Projection Design by Matthew Robins