” giving storytelling a new lease of life, and a new image” – Tiffany Chevis
Twenty years? Can’t be. Because if it is, that means she has missed everything. That means she’s too late…
A theatrical explosion of joyful irreverence, poetic wordplay and killer bass riffs, this magical piece of verbal cinema tells the story of a family broken by circumstance: three lost souls at sea in the maze of modern Britain who are trying, without knowing why, to find each other again.
This thoroughly modern retelling of an ancient selkie tale is powered by live bass, fiddle and clog dancing, courtesy of the multi-instrumentalist Laurel Swift.
Directed by John Wright
“A glorious, raucous, joyful show seamlessly combining the raw energy of dance, earthy social realism and the magic and wonder of myth” – Giles Abbott