by Jody O’Neill
The world may be in
miniature but the story is
Walking Man tells the tale of a man who has spent his whole life in pursuit of success. He has always rushed headlong through life, determined to follow in his father’s footsteps to the best job on the top floor of the tallest building in the whole city. And when he has done all that, with Walking Woman and little Walking Baby at his side, something doesn’t feel quite right …
So, Walking Man must go on an entirely new journey, which takes him far from home.
Walking Man is a charming allegory, which will captivate its audience. With the help of an original live music score, the actor brings us into the miniature world of the Walking Man, a tiny wooden figure.
“subtlety and sophistication … a production of magic and wonder”
Irish Theatre Magazine
“a writer of intelligence and sensitivity”
Walking Man is designed for 1st, 2nd & 3rd classes and performs to one class at a time (up to a maximum of 35 students). The accompanying Teacher Resource Book (available online) links carefully with the curriculum across a range of subject areas.
Please note: We can give your school the exciting opportunity to attend a performance in our fully equipped Theatre on Assumption Road. If the performance is booked to take place in your school please contact Graffiti for space requirements.
Cost: Thanks to our funders, we can offer this production for just €150 per performance (and €100 for a second performance on the same day).
Touring: November – December 2017.
For more information & booking: tel. 021 4397111 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Graffiti Theatre, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork. www.graffiti.ie