A boy falls and finds himself in a dark and terrifying new world. It’s a world of lost things: car keys, wedding rings, dads, and a mysterious girl who is building an amazing machine.

Performed in a unique dome structure, The Lost Things is about losing things and finding things you didn’t even know you were looking for; a dark fairy-tale set in a fantastical world, where nothing is quite as it seems. For ages 9+.

The Lost Things won a Kotorski Festival Award for Design at the 2017 Kotorski Festival in Montenegro.

Created by award winning theatre company, Tortoise in a Nutshell and writer, Oliver Emanuel (Dragon, Titus, The Day I swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish), The Lost Things was originally commissioned by Imaginate for their 2015 international festival of theatre and dance for young audiences.

Since that time the production has toured extensively throughout the UK to theatres, community halls and primary schools.

‘Exquisite, encompassing piece of theatre’ Edinburgh Guide

The Lost Things is on tour in Spring 2019 venue details and tickets available below:

February

Monday 18- Wednesday 20 The Old Market, Brighton & Hove

Thursday 21- Friday 22 Quarterhouse, Folkestone 

Saturday 23 Prema, Uley

March

Thursday 28 Pontardawe Arts Centre, Pontardawe

Saturday 30 Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

Sunday 31 The Boo Theatre, Rossendale

April

Saturday 6 Eastgate Theatre, Peebles

Monday 15 Byre Theatre, St. Andrews

Tuesday 16- Wednesday 17 Tron Theatre, Glasgow

 

Creative team:

Cast: Arran Howie & Alex Bird

Designer: Amelia Bird

Director: Ross MacKay

Lighting Designer: Simon Wilkinson

Production Manager: Andrew Gannon

Sound Design/ Composition: Jim Harbourne

Writer: Oliver Emanuel