AnimAlphabet The Musical
‘South Hill Park is proud of its association with Hit The Mark and was delighted with its production of Animalphabet and subsequent national tour. The work successfully appealed to a broad age range making it a true family experience. High production values, memorable songs and some stand out performances made Animalphabet a highlight of South Hill Park’s calendar of work for families and young people in 2017.’
Craig Titley, Executive Director, South Hill Park, Arts Centre - Bracknell
'I’ve seen Animalphabet with both my programming and my parent hat on and genuinely loved it – as did my children. The very talented cast drive the story weaving humour throughout. The songs are clever, fun and very catchy. It’s a really engaging musical with huge appeal to the family audience.'
Lesley Rowden, Theatre Manager, Rose Theatre - Kingston
'I was very impressed with Animalphabet! The team were professional and full of energy – this shone through in the performance along with the beautiful costume and set design which was adapted to our stage. It was also great to see the actors engaging with our audience between shows. Overall, 5 star theatre company who will be welcomed back to Rheged in future.'
Helen Campion, Events Manager, Rheged Centre - Cumbria
'The most polished family show we’ve seen at the Edinburgh Fringe this year'
'Thank you and the fabulous cast for AnimAlphabet. It was the first relaxed show we have hosted at The Curve and we were particularly pleased to reach out to Autism Berkshire and through the Berkshire based deaf organisations to bring a new audience into the Curve. For many of the families this was their first opportunity to bring their children to the theatre and so it made it particularly special for them to see such an engaging and enjoyable show.'
Jackie Gray, Development Manager, The Curve - Slough
'Wow! What a fantastic show Animalphabet was!! All of our RDCs members young and old absolutely loved it!! My boys have been singing all the songs since the show especially the bears bumper car one!! You had us all captivated all the way through even the youngest – 13 months right up the adults!! Having Stacey signing it was fantastic. Thanks again, please pass on how amazing it was to your talented team of performers and stage guys.'
Ruth Robinson – Reading Deaf Children's Society
'AnimAlphabet the Musical is a well-paced show for children. It’s got plenty of audience participation and lots of opportunities to boo the villain, cheer for the heroes and sing along with the cast. There’s even some lovely gags for the adults that acknowledge that grown-ups love music too. I’m going to be singing the AnimAlphabet song for the rest of the Fringe.'
Frodo Allan - Broadway Baby