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Lost at Sea in Scottish Schools
Touring our work to schools is a key part of our work and we are delighted that our immersive and dynamic show, Lost at Sea, has begun its 2017 voyage at our home in East Lothian. We are visiting 5 local schools; our tour started at Prestonpans Primary.
Over the next 3 months, Lost at Sea will navigate through 30 schools across Scotland. Full details for the tour can be found here
The show begins with Douglas (played by Laurie Brown) and Kirsty (played by Kirsty McDuff), fascinated by the story of 28,800 bath toys that accidentally ended up flung into the unrelenting currents of the Pacific Ocean. Their investigation sees them uncover the mysteries of the sea and discovering its importance to every one of us on earth.
Lost at Sea is directed by Gill Robertson, with text by Morna Pearson, design by Karen Tennent, and an original score by Daniel Paddon.
White Spring tour
Cotton and Wrinkle will be back on the road at the end of February, visiting Paisley Arts Centre (24th, 25th Feb), Platform Glasgow (1st March), Eastwood Park Theatre (4th March) and Warwick Arts Centre (11th – 13th March) before journeying to France and Luxembourg.
Click this link for tour dates and booking info.
We hope that your February is jam-packed full of excitement like ours!