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Half Moon- Dust

18 June 2022 @ 8:00 AM - 11 September 2022 @ 5:00 PM

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Half Moon On Demand is a streaming service offering unforgettable theatre for young audiences available to watch any time, anywhere.

You can now watch digital productions of some of our recent shows for young people online, recorded live at Half Moon Theatre and professionally filmed and edited.

Our On Demand service allows you to watch a show for £7 whenever you want, and as many times as you like for 48 hours. Join us for an online performance that puts the best seats in the house into your own home.

Closed captions and British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted productions available.

Dust

When Little Titch and her scruffy rucksack arrive at the giant, pink house it is not what she expected – a blanket of thick grey dust covers everything in sight and it is wild and overgrown. Her new home is cold and unwelcoming until she meets Nelly, a flamboyant and loveable old Aunt. Together the pair discover they have more in common than they first thought and that friendship can heal hidden wounds.

Written by acclaimed award-winning children’s author Laura Dockrill, Dust uses exciting puppetry and exquisite poetic language to explore a heartfelt story about love, loss, identity and memory. With haunting music by Hugo White of The Maccabees, this striking and emotional new play is a joyous reminder about just how playful the world can be.

Dust has closed captioning for d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences and is also available with British Sign Language.

Dust won the OnComm Offiette Award for Best Theatre for Children Aged 5-11 at the 2022 Offies, the Off West End Theatre Awards.

To stream: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/dustshow

To stream British Sign Language Version: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/dustbritishsignlanguage

Details

Start:
18 June 2022 @ 8:00 AM
End:
11 September 2022 @ 5:00 PM
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PROJECT AND WEBSITE SUPPORTED BY

Arts Council EnglandFace Front Inclusive Theatre

 
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