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There was a time when the sea had no waves, and everything stayed the same. And in this stay-the-same world, everyone knew what their job was; everyone except the Raven. But this clever and naughty bird did know how to ask questions and play tricks. Raven s journey begins once he decides to find a way to move the sea so he can gobble up all the oysters, mussels and clams underneath. Meeting the Fog Woman and the Man who sits on the Tide along the way, Raven discovers the secret of how the sea came to be. Age 6 and under This year Northern Stage has joined forces with the Tyne and Wear Museum service to transform the Great Hall of the Discovery Museum into a world of magic, music and colour that will delight our youngest audiences and their families. The team that brought you The Golden Bird return in this brand new Northern Stage production. We have listened to our audiences and brought our under 6’s show back to a venue that is easily reached by Metro, bus or train to Newcastle Central Station. The Discovery Museum is less than 10 minutes walk for the average 6 year old (grown up’s can do the walk in about 5 minutes!), or if you prefer to drive there is a car park right next to the Museum at the junction of Westgate Road and St James’ Boulevard.

Company Northern Stage (in association with The Discovery Museum).

How the Sea Came to Be

How the Sea Came to Be (Kids show) production archive for QTIX code T02101888684. Details of all How the Sea Came to Be archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1639075199

Archive Listings

16 Nov 05
31 Dec 05
Bush Theatre
Inner London
Greater London

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