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Cambridge Philharmonic presents The Mouse who Jumped

Saturday 26 January 2019
West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
The Mouse who Jumped For Wolf and Orchestra

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Conductor: Timothy Redmond
Presenter: Matthew Sharp
Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra
 
It’s Creature Carnival Day! A once-a-year festival of music and dance when frogs don’t eat flies and cats don’t eat mice and – as for wolves – well, we’ll just have to see!
 
So, come all creatures, young and old, who aren’t scared of wolves (or only a little). Join us for this musical adventure for adults and children, an epic journey to the very top of the Misty Mountain, following in the footsteps of The Mouse who Jumped. It’s a tale of courage and kindness that will speak to your heart and have you holding your breath. It’s a tale we can all be a part of!
 
Brought to you by award-winning composer Stephen Deazley, BAFTA-nominated writer Martin Riley and ‘extraordinary cellist, virile baritone and compelling actor’ Matthew Sharp (Daily Telegraph).
 
 
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Running time:
1 hour
 
Running times are approximate and subject to change.