Curriculum for Excellence Resources

In this musical tale the characters’ feelings of sadness and hope are slowly revealed.  Pupils can be encouraged to reflect on their own feelings within both Health and Wellbeing and Literacy and English.

Opportunities for learning and curriculum links:

Literacy and English

I enjoy exploring events and characters in stories and other texts, sharing my thoughts in

different ways. LIT 0-01

Health and Wellbeing

I am learning skills and strategies which will support me in challenging times particularly in relation to change and loss. HWB 0-07A/  HWB 1-07a/ HWB 2-07a/ HWB 3-07a

Class Stage
P1 – P6
Curriculum Links
Health and Wellbeing
Literacy and English
The Studio
Duration: 60 minutes
Capacity: 127
Seating: Theatre seating
The Studio
22 Potterrow, Edinburgh, EH8 9BL
  • Friday 2 June* 10:30
  • Saturday 3 June 13:30
  • Saturday 3 June 17:00
  • Sunday 4 June 13:30
  • *Post-show Q&A

This is the story of a kingdom where fate has struck. The Queen has vanished. The King is grieving and refuses to come outside. His garden is a shambles. The jesters have fled the kingdom. The Princess is waiting for the thaw to set in. None of her suitors have touched her frozen heart, yet...

A visually stunning and tender story about loss and fate, and the hope that great sadness can pass. A story about snow and sunshine. And time.

Kopergietery brings a fresh approach to theatre featuring live music and wonderful illustrations with this evocative, musical tale that uncovers that tiny bit of hope when you think that all is lost.

“Anna Vercammen delivers a beautiful showpiece. She has a tremendous presence and hovers perfectly between tragedy and comfort, between drama and humour.” De Standaard

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