Kite

The Wrong Crowd

The Wrong Crowd in association with Soho Theatre

Kite

An adventure as wild as the wind

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Details

A lonely girl, recently orphaned, is taken to live in her grandma’s airless flat where the windows are shut tight. Her memories of seagulls, sand dunes and her Mother begin to fade in the silence. One night a handmade kite comes to life and heralds the start of a wild adventure and the chance to find what it seemed was lost forever.

Inspired by the world of indoor-kite flying and stories such as The Snowman and The Red Balloon, Kite is a play without words, with originally composed music, dance, puppetry and of course kites.

From acclaimed theatre company The Wrong Crowd, creators of inventive, playful and compelling new theatre (Swanhunter, Hag, The Girl with the Iron Claws), Kite is for audiences of all ages. A poignant love-song to the wind, freedom and the joy of play.

Free Post Show Event
Meet the cast and puppets after the show, ask questions and find out how things are made and animated.

Run Time: 1 hr (approx)

Recommended for ages 7 – adult

Supported by Garfield Weston Foundation, PRS for Music Foundation, and using public funding by Arts Council England.

Pricing & Concessions

All perfs
£14.70

All concessions
£10.70

Please note: Prices include a 70p per ticket booking fee.

Reviews

An enchanting piece of theatre striking a balance between its imagery and delicate choreography. The effect is thoughtful and truthful.

5

A constant visual delight – magical

5

Will delight audiences of all ages

5

Poignant & moving yet entertaining & accessible

4

A truly special piece of storytelling”

4

Who needs words, when theatre is this expressive?…Stupendously good

4