Lulla 8.–15. October 2017

The theme of Lulla is lullabies. For children aged between 0–2 years.

Lulla presents a world of song, movement and music, and shows us lullabies in new and traditional forms. A musical encounter that is open to participation from children and adults, on their own terms. Lulla does not tell a precise story; instead, it uses nursery rhymes to invite physical and musical interaction with the audience, and makes presence, listening and play vital elements in the encounter. Lulla explores an expression that envelops the auditorium, where the artistic and social show is created by the artists, children and adults. The sound and movement lend a sense of welcoming openness, and create dialogue and interaction with the children.

The Stavanger-based Dybwikdans have been producing performance art for very young children for several years. The productions have been performed nationally and internationally. In 2015, they visited Dansens Hus with the installation The Toddlers’ Room. Dybwikdans wants its productions to create close encounters between the performers and audience, and interaction and participation are key elements in their productions.

Lulla is the first production that will be performed in the Dansens Hus project STOR art for young children, which has been made possible thanks to generous funding from the Savings Bank Foundation DNB. 

Fri dans for barna: Barnedisco


Siri Dybwik
Nils Christian Fossdal
Set designer:
Kit Bjørn Petersen
Gerd Elin Aase
Nils Christian Fossdal
Studio musicians:
Andreas Utnem
Bergmund Waal Skaslien
Britt Stigen Martinsen
Kari Helene Gryte
Karl Oskar Sørdal
Thomas Cabaniss
Morten Berentsen
Anne-Linn Akselsen og Ida Wigdel
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