Scottish Opera - Pop-up Opera

A Little Bit of Bubble McBea

Bladnoch Park
In person event
Sat 25 Sep
12:00 UK
£5.00

Ages 3 -7

Experience all the drama and wonder of grand opera on a miniature scale, with intimate open-air performances brought to life by a storyteller, two singers, instrumentalists – and a sumptuous set of specially created illustrations.

For our youngest audience members, we've got A Little Bit of Bubble McBea - a magical, musical story for children aged 3 to 7 years. Bubble McBea is no ordinary wee girl — she lives on a beautiful Scottish island with her brilliant but eccentric inventor dad, Barnacle, her best friend Shonny the Pony, and a whole host of friends who live both on the land and under the sea. Bubble’s life is about to undergo big changes, so come and join her as she sets out on an adventure to find out who or what is causing the waters around her island to become polluted. Especially relevant in 2021, when Scotland will play host to the world climate change conference COP26 in Glasgow in November, this show is perfect for introducing our youngest citizens, in a gentle, funny and informative way, to environmental issues that impact on us all.

Safety for all audience members, performers and technical staff has been built into this production from the very start. Physical distancing and other safety measures will be observed at all times, with no compromise on your protection – or on your spellbinding operatic experience. 

Performances last for approximately 30 minutes.

Tickets for this event are being sold externally, by Scottish Opera

Buy tickets here


Wigtown Book Festival Events

This year's programme is a combination of physical and digital events. Please ensure you book correctly. Digital events will stream through the homepage of wigtownbookfestival.com with young adult events streaming through the YA page.

Unless otherwise stated, events will last between 45 minutes - 1 hour.

Full Terms and Conditions for attending this year's Festival in person can be found on our website.

Asking questions
On live-streamed events, questions can be put into the live chat box on YouTube or by clicking the 'ask a question' box below the stream on the homepage of the website and they will be forwarded to the speakers.

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Browse our online bookshop, which will stock all our speakers’ latest titles.

Queries
If you have any queries about any of the Wigtown Festival Company events, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by emailing mail@wigtownbookfestival.com.

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