Renowned award-winning artistic company Ceol Connected have been working with young children with Down syndrome to create Lullaby Leaf.
A video based on this will be available to view on Meath’s Cruinniú na nÓg YouTube channel from 6 June.
This will be a multidisciplinary, immersive, inclusive and sensory theatre experience which will tour in Autumn. Children from Meath and Louth took part in developmental research workshops in May and this video captures the voice and experience of these children and families. The Ceol Connected team will ensure that what they create connects with the needs and interests of their young audiences.
In the Autumn, Ceol Connected will tour Meath, Louth, Cavan and Monaghan with their Lullaby Leaf show. In each performance, a wonderful group of artists will bring a soothing, sensory world to life through music, song, light, smell, movement and touch.
Ceol Connected has a wonderfully talented artistic and creative team on board to develop and present Lullaby Leaf. Joanna Williams (director/facilitator), Thomas Johnston (musical director), Orla Kelly (artist/facilitator), Seanan Brennan (artist/facilitator), Niamh McCormick (artist/facilitator), Tara Dunne (artist/facilitator), Claire Crehan (artist/facilitator), Brioni Gallagher (creative producer) and Lisa Mahony (production manager).
Meath's Cruinniú na nÓg YouTube channel