It’s easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone - Mahatma Gandhi. A young girl rises up, urging the Decision Makers to save the planet before time runs out. Elsewhere, ill-equipped journalists go in search of polar bears. They meet a big-hearted Inuit, trying to save his home in his own small way. An award-winning company of young actors aged 10-13 will enchant you with clowning, puppetry, plastic bags and quite a bit of sliding around on thin ice.
These youngsters are captivating with high-energy confident performances superb ensemble work and strong use of physical theatre.
The heart-rending ending brings a tear to the eye. The cast thoroughly deserved the long and enthusiastic applause from the audience. Don’t miss this one—it’s superb. British Theatre Guide 5 ***** review for Tales from the Tent - Edinburgh Fringe 2016
This is very much an ensemble piece with strong use of physical theatre, beautifully formed tableaux and some powerful individual performances.
This is an excellent, moving show with the young company performing with passion and a total commitment and the singing of the war songs adds poignancy to the piece.
British Theatre Guide for These Fragments - 4 **** - Edinburgh Fringe 2015