@ Arts Centre WashingtonBook Now
13 March 2020
£7 / £25 (family, admits 4)
Two children are in a boat.
They play. They laugh. They argue.
They dream of catching a fish so big it will capsize the boat. Of encountering a mermaid who will sing them the most beautiful melodies. Of lassoing a whale who will pull them to shore, to a new land of thick green grass and endless blue skies. A safe land.
Told with tenderness, humour and Action Transport Theatre’s (Happily Ever After, STATIk, LittleRed) signature visual storytelling, Adrift is a celebration of the resilience and imagination of childhood.
Suitable for ages 8+
“Every child in the UK needs to see this show.”
Una Meehan, University of Chester
Arts Centre Washington
Tyne and Wear
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