The Boo Theatre Joins The 60’s Festival With A ‘Baby Boogie’ Disco


It is widely acknowledged that while babies may be limited by their mobility and dexterity, their ability to interact with the world is not. Babies can enjoy the feeling of water in a pool or bath, take in the movement of wind on a walk, and respond to the sounds of music playing on the stereo. As babies become toddlers, they’ll want to feel a variety of materials, scoop and sort small objects, and experiment with the properties of cause and effect (i.e. what will happen if I dump this bowl of sand?).

As part of this year’s Rossendale 60s Festival, The Horse and Bamboo Theatre in Waterfoot will be staging a ‘Baby Boogie’ experience, which will be a sensory Baby Disco set to 60s music. Think psychedelic fashion, flower power and most important rock n roll! This truly unique event is planned for the afternoon of Sunday 11th September, with lots of opportunity to dance, interact and get involved. This event is sure to be the grooviest of the year for you and your little one and builds on the already successful interactive immersive theatre performances and play session for babies, toddlers and young children, including the recent ‘Babies in Space’ event.

The Horse and Bamboo Theatre Post Code – BB4 7HB

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About Rossendale 60's Festival

The Rossendale 60's Festival is Rossendale Valley wide and includes events in Rawtenstall, Bacup, Haslingden and Whitworth. The Festival’s main aim is to attract and expose visitors to the beauty, heritage and culture of Rossendale. What better way than to create a Festival with a theme that young and old can relate to
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