The Smallest Story in the World

The Smallest Story in the World

– is written in a book so tiny that only very small people can understand it.

A tuneful meeting between an ordinary girl and a strange penguin who can whistle standing upside-down. Penguin eats five fish for breakfast and speaks Penguish fluently. And by the way, he’s made his home in a wellington boot… well, you have to live somewhere, don’t you?

Will the two of them get on?

On stage is a harmonica, a trumpet, all sorts of string instruments, two charming actor-musicians, as well as the teeny-weenie-littlest book which the small members of the audience get to take home afterwards so they may show the story to someone they know.

Facts about the production

  • AGE GROUP 1 ½ – 4 years
  • DURATION 35 minutes
  • STAGE:  w. 4 m / d. 3 m / h. 2,5 m

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PHOTOGRAPHER: Ditte Valente (must be credited if photos are used for publication)