Fox, Bird, River, Sing!
Fox, River, Bird, Sing! An audio adventure for families of all ages & all abilities.
(Excerpt) Where the land meets the salty water you stand, barefoot. The sea laps upon your feet and in-between your toes. It’s dawn and the birds are wakening the land and as you lift your eyes, you see the sun peep over the blue horizon. It all looks mysterious today. You curl your hands to your eyes to make magic binoculars and as you scan the horizon you see appearing far away, where the sky meets the sea, a red fur-bodied, big-eared, white-chested creature sitting proudly on a floating log, the wise Red Fox.
This radio play is a whole family audio adventure that transports listeners from the sea to the singing forest on an epic, interactive, musical journey of dancing and singing, frolics with curious creatures and fantastic fun for the whole family. You decide where the venue is; the comfort of your own sitting room, garden or forest. Turn on your imagination, tune in the radio or download the audio link and travel through rich soundscapes and beautiful music in the world of Fox, Bird, River, Sing!
Will premiere on RTE Jnr 11.55 am and 4.55 pm Saturday 12th June 2021
Accompanied by an interaction guide especially designed for children, parents and carers to stimulate the senses.
This exciting interactive audio is also suitable for special education settings and a number of sensory packs will be available for Special Education Schools in the Fingal area.
Visit our beautiful website to hear the full piece and avail of resource guides www.foxbirdriversing.com
Please contact Julie Clarke, Youth & Education Officer Julie.email@example.com for further information.
Concept and story by Órla Kelly and Thomas Johnston
Sound design and arrangements by Stephen Markham
Song and melodies by Thomas Johnston
Sound effects by Orla Kelly
Narrated by Eimear Morrissey
Illustration by Beth O Halloran
Mixed and mastered by Trevor Hutchinson
Commissioned by Fingal Arts Office, Fingal County Council
Funded by Creative Ireland Cruinniu na nOg Programme
Produced by Ceol Connected and Early Childhood Creativity
Duration: 34 minutes