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Fred and the Fantastic Tub-Tub

Sunday October 22, 2023 at 12:00
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London
£12; concessions available
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  1. L'histoire de Babar, le petit éléphant - Francis Poulenc
  2. Fred and the fantastic Tub-Tub - James Marangone

Premiere at the Queen Elizabeth Hall

Part of the London Literature Festival 2024

The magical, musical adventure for children is brought to life at this London premiere, presented by the Orpheus Sinfonia with Zeb Soanes narrating.

Fred and the Fantastic Tub-Tub tells the story of Fred and her green-fingered grandfather, who leads her and their cat on a summer holiday adventure that just might save the planet.

It was written by Soanes, a Classic FM presenter and author of the bestselling Gaspard the Fox, and features illustrations by Anja Uhren. The music is by composer James Marangone, with Thomas Carroll conducting the Orpheus Sinfonia at this performance.

Preceding it, Soanes narrates Poulenc’s charming The Story of Babar, which has enchanted children all over the world.

‘Beautifully topical, Fred and the Fantastic Tub-Tub is a thrilling and wondrous adventure, where the power of music and nature inspire us all to make the world a better place.’ Dame Judi Dench

For ages 7+
This event is Speech-to-Text transcribed

Duration: c. 1 hours 5 minutes

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre
South Bank

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