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This thrilling adventure of fantasy, myth and friendship, is a five-star spectacular which blends magic with memory in a tour-de-force of storytelling that takes audiences on an epic journey to a childhood once forgotten and the darkness that lurks at the very edge of it.
Returning to his childhood home, a man finds himself standing beside the pond of the old Sussex farmhouse where he used to play. He's transported to his 12th birthday when his remarkable friend Lettie claimed it wasn't a pond, but an ocean – a place where everything is possible...
A genuine rarity - a show that enthrals all generations- GUARDIAN
An enveloping, enthralling theatrical experience- EVENING STANDARD
Theatre at its gob-smacking best- DAILY TELEGRAPH
Plunged into a magical world, their survival depends on their ability to reckon with ancient forces that threaten to destroy everything around them.
This production contains the following effects; high intensity lighting and strobe, haze and smoke, pyrotechnics, loud sound and blackouts.
This production explores adult themes that some people may find distressing or frightening. This includes the non-graphic depiction of the aftermath of a suicide early on and four occurrences where suicide is discussed in the play. There is also infrequent mention of death, a depiction of parental abuse, and one depiction of a death.
If you’d like to find out more before you book, please contact our Box Office.
Even better in the West End. Bigger, stranger, sadder and more beautiful. Shows like this don’t come along very often- TIME OUT
This knockout production is theatre at its best- INDEPENDENT
There’s nothing around to beat this thrillingly imaginative show- MAIL ON SUNDAY
New Theatre Oxford
There has been a theatre on George Street for almost 185 years. The first theatre was built in 1836, and a second in 1886. In 1908, the Dorrill family took over the venue and finally in 1934, the third Theatre opened; the ‘New Theatre’. Stanley Dorrill masterminded the rebuilding of the theatre as we know it today. He commissioned a new building from the well-known theatre architects William and T.R. Milburn of Sunderland. The Milburns developed the decadent art-deco interior with T.P Bennett and Sons, who also designed the Saville Theatre in London.