Miki


   by Stephen Mackey



   







Adapted by Slot Machine

For 3+ years


At Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Christmas 2017

21st November to 30th December



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Young audiences alternate between giggling with delight

and total transfixion

The Stage




Originally commissioned by Norden Farm in 2011, it played at the theatre to over 9,000 people in five weeks, then toured nationally over Christmas 2012.


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Promo film:
























The show:


‘I wish I could catch a star... a star would shine forever’


  A long time ago and very far away, Miki, Polar Bear and Penguin lived in a place that was always

  cold and dark.


  One midwinter eve, they make a wish, and Miki embarks on a magical adventure…

  ...in search of a star.


Featuring amazing underwater creatures, songs to sing along to and extraordinary puppetry, Miki is an inspiring story about friendship, courage and adventure.

Adapted by Slot Machine Theatre from the book by acclaimed artist Stephen Mackey.



Reviews:


A magical story well suited to younger children with their abundance of imagination... a very charming performance with bundles of enthusiasm’


Marlow FM


‘Young audiences alternate between giggling with delight and total transfixion... Miki is fun, fresh and emphasises the importance of friendship’

The Stage 



Miki's personal frozen planet is an enchanting place, full of love and friendship... a classic Christmas show’


Maidenhead Advertiser



‘The most exquisite and delightful thing I have ever seen’


Audience member



Images from the show:


Images by Cammie Toloui - www.cammietoloui.com. Performers: Amy Tweed, Tom Gilbey, Nicola Blackwell.





































 

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