The Wheels on The Bus Show with magic and songs

Our wonderful show ‘Wheels on The Bus’ is available for bookings at schools, festivals, libraries, village halls and pop up events. Grandy is a musical bus driver, when passengers leave the bus he finds some lost property,including a comical goose! With the goose, a walking bus and some seeds the children help Grandy create a […]

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Wonderful Pop Up Theatre @ The Watershed

Satellite Arts are very pleased to launch Pop Up Theatre @ The Watershed. There will be two different family shows this autumn. Toy Theatre Tempest on Sunday 22nd October performance starting at 3pm at The Watershed in Slaithwaite. Followed by a Christmas Special – Babushka on Sat 23rd December at 2pm and 4pm. These events […]

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Grandy’s New Socktopus Pirate Show

Socktopus is a magical pirate story devised by Satellite Arts and told with original music, magic, puppets and songs. Grandy,the Pirate takes the children on a quest to solve the puzzle of the crews missing socks with the help of a mystical mermaid and a perky parrot. The show was launched with great success in […]

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Toy Theatre Tempest Show celebrates Shakespeare

To celebrate National Shakespeare Week, Satellite Arts are staging a special public performance of their unique show Toy Theatre Tempest. Two comical grandparents tidy their attic to discover a toy theatre, a rebec and a copy of Shakespeare’s Tempest. They perform a short version of the play with magic, puppets and songs. The show starts […]

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Hickory Dickory Dock Shows feature in Moonraking week!

Two special performances of Satellite Arts Hickory Dickory Dock shows feature during The Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival week. The show will be on at 11.30am and 1.15pm at Slaithwaite Civic Hall on Wed 22nd February during the school half term (tickets £6 adult and £4 children age 2 and under free but all children to be […]

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Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival - Satellite Arts

Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival 2017

Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival motors on to its 31st Event for the 21st Century. Started in 1984 by Satellite Arts, this bi-ennial community arts festival celebrates Slaithwaite’s legend of The Moonrakers with music, stories and lanterns.  The 2017 theme is MOONmentum and will celebrate mechanical movement.  The festival runs from  Friday 17th February to the Finale […]

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