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    The Deep Sea Seekers

    • SHOWING
    • 17 Apr -
      22 Apr 2019
      17 Apr - 22 Apr 2019
    About

    After stunning audiences at National Theatre with The Star Seekers, Alph, Betty and Gammo are back for their third adventure! A brand new family show for ages 3-8 from The Wardrobe Ensemble and The Wardrobe Theatre this Easter Holidays.

    Have you ever dreamt of swimming with a pod of dolphins?
    Having an arm wrestle with an octopus?
    Exploring the depths of the ocean in a high-tech submarine?
    Join The Wardrobe Ensemble and The Wardrobe Theatre for an enchanting, interactive journey across the seven seas where YOU take the steering wheel!

    Following on from the stellar success of The Star Seekers and The Time Seekers, comes a brand new mission: The Deep Sea Seekers! Join Alph, Betty and Gammo for an exhilarating, warm, audience driven children’s show that journeys through our oceans meeting incredible creatures, exploring unmapped shores and tackling unwelcome plastic. Pack your snorkel and flippers and get ready to explore the deep with songs, humour and lots of audience interaction. Alph, Betty and Gammo need Bristol’s Deep Sea Seekers to help us complete our latest mission and answer one of the greatest questions of all time – what is a humpback whale’s favourite song?

    Artist’s Website

    • RUNNING TIME60mins
    • AGE RECOMMENDATION 3-8
    • TICKETS£8 (£6 for groups of 20+, ages 2 and under go free)
    • VENUE

    11am & 2pm

    Reviews
    • ****

      “Appeals to a child’s wide-eyed wonder and hunger for exploration… It’s silly, sparkling stuff.”

      The Stage on The Star Seekers
    • ****

      “Places the children at the very heart of this brilliantly involving show.”

      Time Out on The Star Seekers
    • “Boasts as much improvisational elan as Showstoppers! and more genuine interaction with the audience than most shows on the fringe.”

      The Guardian on The Star Seekers

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