The whirr of the wind cutting across a rocky beach, the whoosh of the waves lapping the shore… The illusion of calm is broken when EKO, a sentient Sea Giant, pads onto dry land. There he encounters a young girl called Violet. And that’s where the story begins.
Autin Dance Theatre’s new outdoor show Out of the Deep Blue is a tale told in two parts – an interactive promenade and a physical theatre duet – transports its audiences into another world, to tell a story about our own.
Through dance, movement and masterful puppeteering, Out of the Deep Blue dives into the themes of the climate emergency and the biodiversity crisis in an outdoor spectacle featuring a 4-metre tall Puppet operated by 5 world-class puppeteers and contemporary dancers.
The show has been designed with children and family audiences in mind, and this magical story about the power of empathy and collaboration between these two beings – an ancient creature, a dispirited teen – speaks to the world at large.
Run time: 50 minutes
Age recommendation: 6+
Note on Accessibility of Out of the Deep Blue:
This production is part of Back to Live – A celebration of live performance for children & families.
Join the ‘Pay it Forward’ movement and help more people experience ‘Back to Live’. If you’re feeling generous and you have the means, please consider choosing a ‘Pay It Forward’ price ticket when booking your tickets. Each £5 ‘Pay It Forward’ ticket enables us to give a free ticket to someone who might not otherwise not be able to afford to come. Thank you for your support.
Full Price £12
Fri 22nd April10.30am11.30am
Fri 22nd April1pm2pm