|June 1, 2012||to||June 24, 2012|
Kepler is an ordinary man who loves two things beyond all others: the cosmos and his wife Tomasina. After a sudden and tragic loss, he looks to the stars for answers and journeys deep into space to keep the thing most precious to him alive.
Using puppets, animation, music and sound, Something Very FarAway is a beautiful piece about love, loss, space and time. Watch the team tell Kepler’s story in unique live animation, as he travels through the universe with his telescope and discovers the power of memory on the way.
SOMETHING VERY FAR AWAY
1 – 24 June
Running Time: Approx 40 mins
Previews (1- 6 June): £10
Children (21 and under): £10
Concessions: £12 (Over 60s, students and unwaged)
Family Discount: 20% off bookings of 4 or more tickets
- INSIGHT: Meet the team behind the show on Sun 10 June after the 3pm performance.
- PUPPET MAKING WORKSHOPS – Sun 10 & Sun 24 Jun, from 1pm. Come and make your own puppets before visiting Kepler and his galactic quest.
- FATHER’S DAY – Sun 17 Jun, from 1pm. Bring your Dad to explore the galaxy before Something Very Far Away. Star-gazers especially welcome.
- THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE – Sun 3 Jun, from 11am. Come to the Unicorn before the festivities, grab a coffee and prepare your Union Jack flag and windsock to wave at the Royal flotilla as it goes past.