Sun 11 Apr 2021 13:15 and 15:00

Cancelled: The dearest wish (6+)

Adam Hickox
11 Apr 2021
13:15 and 15:00

Important: Following the government decision regarding COVID-19, this concert cannot take place as originally planned. Click here for our up-to-date program.


conductor Adam Hickox | direction Sybrand van de Werf | text Toon Tellegen | scenography Cynthia Borst
Corrie van Binsbergen The dearest wish

Including supporting programme starting at 12 p.m. (for show starting 1:15 p.m.) and 1:45 p.m. (for show starting 3 p.m.).

Please note: family shows are partly spoken in Dutch.

One day, all the animals sit together in the forest and say what their dearest wish is. The cricket wants every day to be his birthday, the millipede would like 500 new pairs of shoes and the ant wants nothing at all. The last to speak is the squirrel. His dearest wish is to make a song for everyone. While the others were talking, he was writing a song. Before the animals go home they all sing it together! A musical story – and a familiar one. About our wishes, our big dreams and our deep desires.

Part of series:
Family shows
Flex series


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