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Minha Casa Tua Casa
Home is where the HOPE is.

'Minha Casa, Tua Casa'

Home is where the HOPE is.

 

A magical and moving puppetry adventure to South America.

'A visual show for children aged 5+ and their grown ups which can be enjoyed by both the hearing and D/deaf communities'

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Join PuppetSoup on a magical and moving puppetry adventure to their native South America and discover the meaning of ‘Minha Casa, Tua Casa - Home is where the HOPE is’.

 

In this exciting piece of visual puppet theatre, voyage to distant lands and encounter exotic creatures, to explore some big questions and overcome difficult challenges, in this epic puppetry escapade.

 

PuppetSoup warmly welcomes you to this special story of friendship and hope from ‘Minha Casa Tua Casa’ Animal Sanctuary in tropical Brazil !

 

Journey through time and across the wild landscapes of South America, to discover how the enchanting animal-puppet menagerie arrives at a safe and welcoming sanctuary, despite adversity.

 

Through fun filled clowning, visual storytelling and the rhythmic soundscape of ‘Minha Casa, Tua Casa’, discover how it's possible to create a welcoming place to belong and prove that through kindness and friendship, ‘Home is where the HOPE is’.

 

A visual piece of puppet theatre from multi award winning five star PuppetSoup for children aged 5+ and their grown ups that can be enjoyed by both the hearing and D/deaf communities, as there is no spoken script in this action packed visual show. 

This show is about creating a kind and welcoming community, and whilst touching on some tricky subjects like environmental change and human / animal displacement, these big challenges are presented in a theatrical, fun and understandable way so that the show can be enjoyed by many audiences. PLEASE NOTE : there are lots of PuppetSoup puppets and some very silly dancing!


PuppetSoup would like to thank our amazing sponsors and partners for helping us make this show possible. We would like to thank The Arts Council Wales, The Welsh Government, The National Lottery, Creu Cyffro, Caerphilly Arts Development, Levelling Up Merthyr, Merthyr County Council, Stephens & George Caerphilly Charitable Trust, Nant-y-Parc Primary School, Greenfield School Merthyr Tydfil and St John’s Ambulance Cymru.

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