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HEY Wollie | Maskermeiden 2+

Welcome to the enchanting world of HEY Wollie. This toddler performance takes the little ones on a journey of discovery, from the early dawn until night falls. The Mask Girls, with curiosity as a compass, enter a world full of woolly things. What kind of dress is that? Is that a nose and two eyes? And there, during the voyage of discovery, Wollie appears in front of them. A large woolly figure that seems as confused as she is. Because Wollie also has to discover who he is. Why does he have feet? Why is he so big? And who is that girl waving at him?

As icing on the cake, a robot dog also appears. All this creates a cheerful celebration of wonder and discovery, with Wollie and the robot dog eventually becoming friends and ending the performance dancing together. And we crawl under the wool with all the children, tired and satisfied.

HEY Wollie (2+) is a visual performance in which spoken words are deliberately omitted, because the Mask Girls understand that young children do not yet fully master language. Instead, they use visual and sensory elements to communicate and take toddlers on an enchanting journey of imagination.

The performance stimulates the wonder and curiosity of little ones, while playfully inviting them to experience the magic of discovery. So let the toddlers marvel, laugh and dance in the company of the Mask Girls, Wollie and the robot dog during this unique and unforgettable performance!


Concept and game Sarah van der Meere and Valerie van de Ridder

Music Huub Vosmeijer

Decor & costumes Caroliene van de Meent

Artistic guidance Bart Roelof

Wool Shepherds of Ballo, Pleed

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Datum Tijd Locatie Ticketlink
Sun 13 Oct 11:00 - 12:00 Studio de Bakery Buy tickets

Sunday 13 October

11:00 - 12:00
From € 8,50 tot € 18,50
Studio de Bakery -  Bergweg 283, Noord
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