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Last chance tonight and tomorrow to catch Mojo at the Barbican Theatre

PUBLISHED: 15:39 30 December 2011

A scene from Mojo's Theatre-Rites which is showing at The Barbican - photo credit Patrick Baldwin.

A scene from Mojo's Theatre-Rites which is showing at The Barbican - photo credit Patrick Baldwin.

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In an enchanting new presentation for families, Mojo is a riot of dance, puppetry and music, which takes the audience on a spectacular journey through the magic and mayhem of growing up.

Bursting with energy and movement, objects come to life and characters discover their “mojo” in the joyous show about finding yourself and the things you love.

Puppeteers and musicians - including world jazz percussionist Adriano Adewale and folk/blues/jazz singer, trumpeter and guitarist Leo Altarelli - enliven an extraordinary world, which shows stunning visual transformations from the award-winning team of Arthur Pita and Sue Buckmaster.

The last two shows take place tonight at 7pm and tomorrow (Saturday) at noon at the Barbican’s Silk Street Theatre.

Book tickets on the www.barbican.org.uk, children £7.50, adults £15.


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