Young Maya loves to draw and read and harnesses her own magic with the help of the celestial being Saraswati. Together they explore the mystical world around them where they discover dancing peacocks, flowers appearing as if from nowhere, and the buzzing sound of imaginary bees.
But beware her foe, the evil Miss Tusra the Headmonster, oops, Headteacher who believes that no one should enjoy art.
An enchanting family show that combines dancing, live music, storytelling and magic.
“The dance is beautiful, as is the score, together with exquisite violin playing.”- British Theatre
“Impactful storytelling and mesmerising music. But, of course the dancers were magical” – Audience feedback
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