Hippity Hop

Hippity Hop

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Oily Cart's sell-out success, HIPPITY HOP, is back to meet a new generation of hip young things. Experience the puppetry, rap, music and movement of the first ever interactive hip hop show for young children aged 2-5.

With hip hop flavoured beats, fun lyrics by acclaimed rap artist BREIS, graffiti-based designs, and the twinkling lights of the city, HIPPITY HOP celebrates street culture.

Join the Hippity Hoppity baby for a multi-sensory musical – it’s a hip hopera!

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Age guideline 2-5

 

  • Gives the very young a real taste of the wonder of theatre.
       
    Guardian
  • This is total tactile theatre for tinies and, going by the concentration of these audiences, totally successful.
       
    Stage

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