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Brighton Journal | 14th December 2019

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Help Oskar Find His Friends! Christmas Show for Children Hides Animals on a Trail all Around Brighton For Kids to Find

Help Oskar Find His Friends! Christmas Show for Children Hides Animals on a Trail all Around Brighton For Kids to Find
Hannah Midgley

Oskar, the star of Komedia’s children’s Christmas show Oskar’s Amazing Adventure (16 – 31 Dec) is desperate for a friendly animal to play with, but all the animals are hibernating and are hidden away in the windows of shops and cafes in Brighton’s North Laine.

Please help Oskar find them! Expect to see lots of families searching the North Laine between November 27 to December 2nd hoping for a chance to win a prize of a free family ticket to the show and a copy of the picture book of Oskar’s Amazing Adventure.

Animals will be in the windows of the following businesses:

  • GENIE | DESIGN & PRINT LTD 17 Church Street
  • Beretun Designs 23 Bond Street
  • Bluebell 80 Trafalgar Street
  • Bonsai-Ko 45 Sydney Street
  • Daisy Day 6 Gardner Street
  • Dave’s Comics. 2 shops 3 & 5 Sydney Street
  • JoJo Maman Bebe 40 Gardner Street
  • Julian Stephens Goldsmith 37 Gloucester Road
  • Magazine 23 Trafalgar Street
  • Punktured Body Piercing 35 Gardner Street
  • Simon Webster Hair 16 Gardner Street
  • T chest 13 Gardner Street
  • The Coffee Tree Café 7 Gardner Street
  • Whirligig Toys 9 Gardner Street

Fun-loving Oskar is bored in Grandma’s snow bound little house on top of the mountainand goes out to find a friendly animal to play with. But the animals he meets are more interested in dinner than a game, and Oskar only avoids a hungry fox by falling down a deep hole and landing on top of a young, hibernating marmot. Marmot forgives Oskar for waking her and using her amazing whistling and digging skills reunites the little dog with his family. Oskar has such fun with Marmot that he wants to play more but must wait until spring for Marmot to finish her long winter’s sleep.

After running the arts and entertainment venue Komedia for over twentyyears, Colin Granger and Marina Kobler wanted to get back to their roots and first love of creating theatre.In 2015,along with their daughter and actor Natasha Granger, they founded children’s theatre company Theatre Fideri Fidera. This Anglo-Swiss company is very much a family affair with Marina making the puppets and designing the sets, Colin writing and directing the plays, and Natasha performing and touring the shows around the country.Find out more here.

Komedia Kids(Komedia Productions Ltd) is a registered charity that aims to provide accessible and affordable arts events for children and young people in Brighton and Hove.

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