Some are big and some are small. One is sad and another feels cold. All of them need to be looked after. Aston takes his stones home and tucks them in to his warm and cosy bed.
His two parents, although very patient and understanding, gradually get worried about the increasing number of stones in their living room. Aston's mother and father gently hope they will find a new, better place for Aston's stones to reside.
Gentle and heart-warming, Aston's Stones
reminds us how important it is to see and to appreciate the value in small things - even little stones.* Sensory/Autism-friendly performance
- Fri 13 June , 11am
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Presented in partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne.
Teater Pero (Sweden)
Artistic Director: Peter Engkvist
Actors: Ulf Eriksson, Baura L Magnúsdóttir and Magnus Lundblad
Translation: Eva C Johansson
Music: Ulf Eriksson