Ducks ahoy at two international festivals!

Lost at Sea at two international festivals
Lost at Sea has crossed the oceans and is performing in New Zealand at Auckland Arts Festival until 25th March. Our Company Stage Manager, Suzie Normand, and the cast, Laurie Brown and Kirsty McDuff (in the photo!), look forward to their pōwhiri (welcome) at the festival tomorrow.

Pōwhiri or Pōhiri is a central part of Māori protocol and is a ceremony welcoming manuhiri (visitors) to Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland). The pōwhiri signifies two groups coming together, negotiating the terms of their engagement and finishing with guests joining their hosts as one.

After this adventure, the show will then be returning to the Edinburgh International Science Festival from 11th – 15th April.

Full information on the tour can be found here

White UK, France & Luxembourg
White has leapt into its Spring tour, visiting Paisley Arts Centre, Platform, Eastwood Park Theatre and Warwick Arts Centre. The team crossed the channel yesterday where they will be visiting France and Luxembourg.

We are overjoyed to have returning cast members Chris Alexander, playing Cotton, and Sean Hay, playing Wrinkle. The brilliant Michaella Fee Rossi is once again stage managing the show.

Click here for tour dates and booking links

We hope that you are having as much fun this month as we are!