2018 Performances

Where’s My Igloo Gone?

Image by Pamela Raith Photography

Date

Sunday, 18 March 2018

Time

15.00 – 16.15. Please arrive early - latecomers will not be permitted entry once the show has started.

Venue

Bramall Music Building, Dome Room, 3rd Floor (R12 on campus map)

Price

Tickets £8 adults/ £5 children/concessions, or £22 for 2 adults + 2 children. (+£1.25 booking fee per ticket) Advance online booking strongly recommended.

by The Bone Ensemble
Directed by Adam Ledger
Performed by Jill Dowse and Sam Frankie Fox

“Truly magical. Children’s theatre at its best” 

“A wonderful show for kids and grown-ups to make us talk and think about climate change and what we might do”

Oolik is an ordinary girl who goes on an extraordinary journey…Sitting in her igloo, a drop of water falls on her head. Then another! Is her home melting? Join Oolik as she sets out on a journey to find help. On her way she meets some exciting friends – including YOU!

Journey into a dazzling, Arctic world of soaring snow geese, pet husky dogs and starry nights. And the kind of cold that makes your skin tingle! Travelling through snowstorms, across oceans and into our hearts, Oolik is not the kind of girl to give up on her quest…With enchanting live music, it’s a fun, magical experience for all the family, showing that when we work together, anything can happen!

Where’s My Igloo Gone? is very visual in nature and contains no spoken English so is extremely accessible to d/Deaf, hearing and non-English speaking audiences.

Please be aware that filming of the performance will take place for the purposes of research documentation. Signage will be in place at the venue as well as a programme note to detail the purpose of this. Due to the nature of the performance, some audience members will be seen in the film. If you do not wish to be filmed then you may ask not to be featured at the venue and information about how to withdraw your consent at a later date will be provided.

Presented by The Bone Ensemble  in partnership with Arts & Science Festival and The Bramall.