Paper Aeroplane

Put your sofa in the front row with a digital production of Paper Aeroplane, live-recorded at Half Moon Theatre and professionally filmed and edited. Join us for an online performance that puts the best seats in the house into your own home.

Take flight with two new friends as they soar through clouds, fly over distant seas and circle faraway lands. They touch down in mysterious new places and discover oceans to swim in, rocks to clamber over and bridges to cross. But where will they fly to next? 

Lift-off on a journey full of music, physicality and zooming paper aeroplanes, where sometimes the skies are not as clear as we first think.

Developed with children who have shared their experiences of losing loved ones, Paper Aeroplane sensitively explores loss and bereavement, the challenges we face when trying to move on, and how we can help one another along the way. 

This live-recorded play has closed captioning for d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences and is also available with British Sign Language.

This is a recorded version of the original live theatre show. When you book your free tickets, you will receive a link that will give you access to view the recording online between 13th – 21st February.

Part of Feb Fest Online 2021. Click here to find out more about the festival.

 

Running time: 47 mins

 

Educational Resources!

Alongside this production of Paper Aeroplane we also have three online creative learning workshops to take part in at home, exploring the themes of the show. All the videos have closed captioning for d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences. Click on each of the links below to take part!

Movement & Rhyme - https://vimeo.com/469921994/1375a1d47e 

Paper Making - https://vimeo.com/466492691/4dc4f8aef4

Storytelling - https://vimeo.com/465575311/0c57af82d7

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