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A lonely girl is taken to live in her grandma's airless flat where the windows are shut tight. Her memories of seagulls and sand dunes 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 seemed lost forever. Inspired by 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. Kite is a poignant love-song to the wind, freedom and the joy of play for audiences of all ages.Author Rachael Canning. Author Hannah Mulder. Company The Wrong Crowd (in association with Soho Theatre). Director Rachael Canning. Design Rachael Canning. Director Eddie Kay (movement director). Music Isobel Waller-Bridge. Sound Isobel Waller-Bridge. Lighting Mark Howland. Design Molly Syrett (design associate).
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