"an ideal day out in the park"
"unexpected and delightful"
Moseley B13 Magazine
Behind the Arras
(On Romeo and Juliet)
We are delighted to announce our programme for Little but LIVE! 2021.
As with last year, tickets for all events at the festival are capped at £5. This is to ensure that the festival remains as affordable as possible for as many as possible. However, as we don't have funding for the festival we rely on the support of our kind audiences. If you feel able to, we would greatly appreciate if you would consider making a small extra donation at checkout that will be ringfenced and shared amongst all the artists taking part in Little but LIVE! This year has been terrible for the UK's creative freelance workforce with theatres shut and festivals cancelled, and support at this time is integral to making sure the creative industries will bounce back in the future.
We are also opening a crowdfunder for those who would like to provide a bit of extra support.
Friday 17th September
Saturday 18th September
Sunday 19th September
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I book tickets?
You can book tickets by following this link, or clicking on any of the events below.
Do children go for free?
We operate a "babes in arms" policy, meaning any children aged 2 or under will not require a ticket. We have also made our workshops free for children under 12 (as long as they are accompanied by one paying adult). For all other events, any child aged 3, or over, will require their own ticket.
Where is the festival - how do I get there?
The festival takes place at Moseley Park & Pool. We will be greeting people at their main entrance on Alcester Road, Moseley in between Dixons and Moseley Hive. More detailed directions can be found at their website: www.moseleypark.co.uk
Are chairs provided?
Chairs are not provided for this event, please feel free to bring your own blankets or chairs for the event.
What is the physical accessibility like for those who require wheelchairs / struggle to walk long distances?
The park has a path which runs down to the performance area, however this is quite worn so requires a reasonably robust wheelchair, and you would need to push it across the grass to get to you seating area.
It is a roughly 200 metre walk from the entrance of the park to the performance area. There are benches scattered along this route which you can rest on.
Are there toilets on site?
There are two toilets, including one with a baby change facility. These are located by the entrance to the park. Neither of these toilets are disabled access. Please speak to a member of the team, in order to locate the nearest disabled toilet which will be on the Moseley High Street.
Do you provide BSL interpretation or Audio Description?
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide these currently, however we want to improve the accessibility of the event as the festival continues to grow and hope to in the future.
Are the shows interactive?
Our workshops are interactive. There will be opportunities for you to get involved and participation. The magic shows and stand up comedy may also include some audience interaction.