Little Mermaid - The Circus Sensation
Spectacular circus and spellbinding songs combine in this extraordinary new adaptation from the award-winning Metta Theatre. With awe-inspiring acrobatics and hauntingly beautiful original songs this is a show for everyone.
The Little Mermaid longs for life on land, the Prince is consumed by the lure of the sea. When a raging storm brings them together, the wheels of fate are set in motion. Sacrificing her voice to the powerful Sea Witch, the Mermaid will face many more obstacles if she is ever to be with her Prince. For life on land is not as she dreamed and, unable to return to her sisters beneath, she remains floating helplessly above the waves. Her only hope rests with her sisters - can they help the Prince conquer his fears, return to the sea and reveal his true feelings, before it is too late...
Written by Poppy Burton-Morgan and Designed by William Reynolds - the team that brought you the smash hit Jungle Book - with music by Matt Devereaux, and starring some of the world’s leading circus artists, this breathtakingly beautiful production will enchant everyone from 8 to 108. A triumphant tale of love overcoming all.
We will be holding circus workshops in conjunction with the performances for young people to explore their bodies and find their voices. When these are finalised, details will be added - please sign up to our mailing list here to be notified!
Rosie Rowlands | Little Mermaid
Tilly Lee-Kronick | Little Mermaid
Rosalind Ford | Eldest Sister
Matt Knight | Prince
Roo Jenkyn Jones | Sea Witch
Aelfwyn Shipton | Mermaid Sister
Joshua Frazer | Mermaid Sister
Poppy Burton-Morgan | Book & Lyrics
Matt Devereaux | Music
Poppy Burton-Morgan | Director
William Reynolds | Designer
Laura Kriefman | Choreographer
Andy Graham | Sound Designer
Candida Caldicott | Music Supervisor and Additional Arrangements
Sarah Grey | Company Stage Manager
Cosmo Cooper | Assistant Stage Manager
UK Tour: Spring 2018
Keswick - Theatre by the Lake
23-24 March, 7pm, Saturday matinee: 2.30pm.
Derby - Theatre Royal
29-31 March, Thursday and Saturday: 2pm and 7pm, Friday 12pm and 5pm.
York - Theatre Royal
4-7 April, 7pm, Thursday and Saturday matinees: 3pm.
Salford Quays - The Lowry
10-14 April, 7pm, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday matinees: 2pm.
Exeter - Exeter Northcott Theatre
24-28 April, 7pm, Wednesday matinee 1.30pm, Saturday matinee: 2.30pm.
Malvern - Forum Theatre
1-5 May, 7pm, Thursday and Saturday matinees: 2pm.
Supported by the Point, Eastleigh