Duration: Approx. 40 minutes
Age rating: from 3 to 10
Maximum participants: 80, in order of arrival
Technical and artistic file:
Poetry/narration: Maria Adelaide Fonseca
Poetry/music: Ricardo Coelho.
Once upon a time there was this special bird. Whenever this bird was singing while flying high, the music notes than came out of its beak became letters. These letters would hover and then turn to water vapour and become clouds. The reason why clouds often resemble animals, objects, landscapes and many other characters and places is that they are poems from the writer bird’s songs. You just have to pay attention to the many poems written in the sky that clouds are showing us all the time!