She is blue and yellow, loves music and has now fully arrived in German children's rooms: Owl, probably the coolest mediator of musical adventures, is on a great voyage of discovery.
With enormous success! Since the release of the debut radio play by Charlotte Simon, Nina Addin and Christina Anders, the four owl albums have sold around half a million copies.
Since 2016, the guileless owl has also been appearing on the theater stage in the production by Christina Anders and Cristiana Garba, delighting children and parents alike. Over 30,000 visitors throughout Germany have already celebrated a theater concert party with Eule.
Little Owl, a real music-lover, lives in a forest on the outskirts of the city. Like many children, she can't even imagine how immeasurably diverse the world is. When she is woken up one evening by beautiful music, a magical journey begins for her. Musically still green behind the ears, Eule immerses herself in numerous genre worlds thanks to many revealing encounters. She meets eight animals who, just like their favorite music, couldn't be more different. For example, Owl gets to know the rock mole at a festival campsite or gets a juicy earworm from the pop fly. The punk cat, the reggae parrot and the electro bat also have their very own idea of what an ideal piece of music should sound like. The hip-hop rat spontaneously starts a freestyle rap, the jazz ace raves about old music legends and the opera moth, like all the animals in this story, has its very own beat.
Recommended for children aged 4 and over
Reduced admission for children (4-12 years) / Children must be accompanied by an adult / Children under 4 years free of charge, but not entitled to a seat (lap children)