100 and 100 More - Snigel & Friends - The Artground


100 and 100 More – Snigel & Friends

Snigel & Friends



By Caroline Bowditch and Company (Scotland)
Recommended for 0 – 12 month olds


Dates: 1 – 3 June 2018 (Fri – Sun)
Time: 1pm & 3.30pm (Fri), 10.30am, 1pm & 3.30pm (Sat & Sun)
(40 minutes duration)
40 pax per show
Venue: Goodman Arts Centre, The Artground (WhiteBox)

Standard ticket price starts from $22
(All patrons require a ticket for admission, including infant in arms. Early bird and bundle discounts available)

About the Show

Join Snigel, the inquisitive snail, in their cozy home underneath the leafy canopy; a colourful and sensory world designed by Laura Hook, where Snigel’s insect friends come to visit. They dance, play, sing and make music in the undergrowth while uncovering secret treasures. An inviting new work for children aged 0 – 12 months and their adult.

About the Artist

Glasgow based, but Australian born, performance artist and choreographer, Caroline Bowditch, describes herself as a performer, maker, teacher, speaker and mosquito buzzing in the ears of the arts industry in the UK and further afield. She has choreographed/performed work including Proband (2007) Leaving Limbo Landing (2014) and Falling in Love with Frida (2014) and collaborated on NQR and the Long and the Short of it as Scottish Dance Theatre’s Dance Agent for Change (2008-2012). In 2017, Caroline was an Associate Artist with Dance 4, Paragon Ensemble, Imaginate and Tramway.

Co-creator Laura Hook has worked in the theatre industry for over ten years, beginning as a casual technician throughout the UK and subsequently becoming Senior Technician at Sadler’s Wells, London. She has worked in creative roles in all elements of production with companies of all sizes.


“The designs are exquisite, the music and movement entrancing” ★ ★ ★ ★ – The Herald


“A properly delightful experience; a tuneful, gurgling, roly-poly piece of dance theatre… Here is wonder indeed” ★ ★ ★ ★ – The List


“If you have a baby… I recommend Snigel & Friends… a gentle 40 minutes featuring a delicious snail & flirty bee… [a] little charmer” – The Guardian