A Unicorn Production
The Bee In Me
LET’S FLY AWAY.
- By Roland Schimmelpfennig
- Translated by David Tushingham
- Directed by Rachel Bagshaw
LET’S FLY AWAY.
One ordinary boy living an ordinary life. Every day the same: parents still asleep, late again for school, can’t find his clean trousers. But today is different. Today is a game. Today he has wings.
Fly out of your room. Congratulations! Level two. Get dressed, find breakfast, don’t wake your parents, get to school, reach level three, keep going… Don’t get flattened… Level four…
Rachel Bagshaw directs the UK premiere of The Bee In Me, written by one of Germany’s most exciting contemporary writers. Full of warmth and sorrow, this dreamlike, kaleidoscopic play resonates with the energy of a child and perfectly expresses the power of our imagination to set us free.
This show is suitable for School Years 4 - 7
Tickets £10 (non-fee schools offers from £7)
Free schools' resource pack online & to download
Free teacher CPD: Mon 25 Nov, 10am – 4pm
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Join us after the 5pm performance on Sat 8 Feb or Fri 21 Feb. No booking required.
Tickets: under 18s £6 - £16 / adults £12 - £22 (termtime dates offer lowest prices, holiday weekends at top price. Holiday dates 15 - 23 Feb)
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Previews (31 Jan - 6 Feb): £10 under 18s / adults
Multi-Buy Offer: save 15% by booking two or more different shows in our Aug '19 - Jul '20 season at the same time.
Offer applies automatically at checkout & is subject to availability. Excludes workshops/events & other offers. Where you have different numbers of tickets across shows, the discount may only apply to part of your booking.
Relaxed Performances are open to everyone but particuarly support children with additional needs. Adjustments are made to the show & there's a chill-out space. A visual story will be available.
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The translation of The Bee In Me was sponsored by Goethe-Institut
Photo by Hugo Glendinning