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Rhymes LIVE!

London Rhymes has developed a fantastic live show for families and children aged 0–8, developed in 2022 with support from Arts Council England – Rhymes LIVE!


It's a song explosion of a show, presenting highly original, eclectic and interactive songs that have been co-written with families on our projects since 2015. Bringing together the talents of five incredible musicians from our team (voice, flute, trombone, guitar and percussion), the show takes the whole family on an exciting musical adventure, meeting instruments, sounds, songs, colours and a few animals along the way...


Fresh from sellout shows at Southbank’s Imagine Festival and Wigmore Hall, London Rhymes is busy plotting a run of dates later in 2023 and in 2024. Watch this space!

Rhymes LIVE! is produced by London Rhymes and MishMash Productions


Upcoming shows

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Rhymes LIVE!

Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh


Rhymes LIVE!

Turner Sims, Southampton


Previous shows include...

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"The show is so well crafted for the target ages and high energy - it really held the focus of the space. We had nothing but positive feedback!"
-  Southbank Centre producer


"It made us want to dance and sing with our microphone!"
-  Child audience member

"Original, funky, beautiful, catchy, quality toons!" -  Parent


"Uplifting – a dose of happiness for children and their grown-ups" -  Parent

"Captivating and engaging!" -  Parent


Rosie Adediran

Rosie A is a singer, songwriter and music leader, and is the founder and leader of London Rhymes. She loves working with parents and their small people, creating beautiful new songs and sounds. Rosie is also a Mum to a cheeky 7 year old boy called Otis. 

Rosie has an instrument that every single one of you have too... the voice! Everyone can sing! Rosie has always loved singing, and especially loves recording London Rhymes songs. She also plays the ukulele which is a small instrument with 4 strings that you can strum. You might think it looks like a very small guitar!

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Booking information

If you are a venue or a school considering booking Rhymes LIVE!, then do get in touch, at and we can discuss the details!

More info in our latest promo pack, and a livestream of our schools show at Wigmore Hall is available to watch here!



We are always seeking new opportunities to take our shows to schools and community settings who might not be able to cover the full cost. If you'd like to donate, or sponsor a performance in one of these settings, please do so via this link, or get in touch with us to discuss a particular opportunity!

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