Cello Babies - Lancaster Library

'Live at LICA: In the City'
This event is held at Lancaster City Library

A baby’s first experience of the world is the sound they hear from the womb. Babies tune into the musicality of their parent’s voice and imitate what they see from the day they are born. Cello Babies allows babies and toddlers to tune in to the sounds around them, helping them communicate, explore, create and make sense of the world.

Ruthie Boycott-Garnett has Early Years Professional Status and creates sensory experiences for babies based on current early years research.

“Really fantastic, my baby is 3½ months and visibly enjoyed this session of beautiful sensory stimulation.”
Frozen North Winter Weekender, Harris Museum, Preston, Dec 2012

“Absolutely brilliant.”
Whitworth Library, Nov 2013

“The ambience and the approach were brilliant! Really hands on and the kids were mesmerized.”
The Boo Theatre, Rossendale, Dec 2013

Event Details

Duration:
Approx 45 mins

Book Tickets

1 ticket per person required.

e.g. 1 parent with two babies = 3 tickets, 2 parents with 1 baby = 3 tickets etc. 

There are 3 separate performances for different groups. 

10.30am: Babies
12noon: Toddlers
1.30pm: Babies and Toddlers

Saturday 15 November. Various Times. Book

This event is held at Lancaster City Library

Part of Live at LICA 'In the City' Cello Babies allows babies and toddlers to tune into the sounds around them, helping them communicate, explore, create and make sense of the world. Lancaster Library. 15 November from 10.30am.