Introduce young children to the magic of classical music and storytelling with Yoyo & The Little Auk – a new animated film from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
When a terrible storm hits a flock of birds flying thousands of miles across the ocean, one little auk lands with a plop on a clump of purple heather in Inverkithkin – a charming town smack bang in the middle of Scotland. The lost bird is found by Yoyo, a little girl who is getting ready for her favourite night of the year – the night of the Inverkithkin Ceilidh…
Yoyo & The Little Auk is the perfect introduction to classical music and storytelling for children. Recommended for age 3 - 6 years, but suitable for all primary school children.
- Dates: Saturday 15, Tuesday 18, Wednesday 19 & Thursday 20 October
- Time: 11am (additional showing on 15 October at 1pm).
- Location: Discovery Experience Theatre
15 October: 11am and 1pm - Film screening will be followed by a sea shanty workshop with Aimee, a chorus teacher with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
18, 19 & 20 October: 11am - Film screening followed by a short, fun crafting session, where you can discover more about seabirds and recreate your own Little Auk.
Yoyo & The Little Auk is part of Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022 programme, supported by EventScotland and VisitScotland. The project is also kindly supported by Bòrd na Gàidhlig, Nancie Massey Charitable Trust, Northwood Charitable Trust, Leach Family Charitable Trust, Russell Trust, Verden Sykes Trust, Cookie Matheson Charitable Trust, Barrack Charitable Trust, Walter Craig Charitable Trust, Leisure & Culture Dundee and Glasgow City Council.