We are currently developing a new show called When Seagulls Saved the World. Using new writing, live music and puppetry, the show will explore the effect plastic pollution is having on our coastal communities and what we can do about it.
Thanks to funding from an Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grant and FEAST Cornwall, we are currently undertaking a period of research and development (R&D) for the project. You can find out how our first week of R&D went on our R&D Week 1 blog post.
We aim to tour When Seagulls Saved the World in summer 2022 to coastal communities around Cornwall and the South West. Alongside the tour schedule we will be offering school workshops exploring the themes in the show through simple puppet-making and puppetry.
This project is generously supported by Arts Council England and FEAST Cornwall (and their funders).