Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent / Ticket Agent

    The Star Seekers

    • 16 Feb -
      22 Feb 2019
      16 Feb - 22 Feb 2019

    An out of this world adventure for ages 3-8 and their families – After a summer residency at National Theatre, The Wardrobe Ensemble’s Star Seekers return to Bristol Space Station!

    Have you ever dreamt of flying to the moon?
    Meeting an alien?
    Becoming an astronaut?
    Join star seekers Alph, Betty and Gammo on a journey through space where you take the steering wheel!

    Inspired by our childhood wonder of the universe, The Wardrobe Ensemble and The Wardrobe Theatre have created a unique theatrical experience for children. The Star Seekers is an interactive show that explores the limitless majesty of galaxies, the solar system, shooting stars and planets through songs, silliness and anti-gravity antics. We need Bristol’s Star Seekers to help us complete our mission and answer one of the greatest unanswered questions of the universe: What do astronauts really have in their packed lunch boxes?!

    (11am only on 17th and 20th)
    Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)

    An original co-production between The Wardrobe Ensemble and The Wardrobe Theatre, written and devised by the company
    Director – Helena Middleton
    Cast – Jack Drewry, Jesse Meadows, Ben Vardy
    Music Director – Jack Drewry
    Designer – Nicola Holter
    Additional Creative Contribution – Andy Kelly, Matthew Whittle

    Artist’s Website

    • RUNNING TIME60mins (no interval)
    • AGE RECOMMENDATION3-8 and their families
    • TICKETS £8 (£6 for groups of 20+, ages 2 and under go free)
    • VENUE

    11am & 2pm

    • ****

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

      The Stage
    • ****

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

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

      The Guardian
    • “A rare find… delightful for children and adults alike.”

      Younger Theatre
    • “A healthy dose of unselfconscious silly fun.”

      Broadway World

    You might also like...