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On the Little Mermaid's fifteenth birthday, she visits the world above the sea for the first time and falls in love with a prince. She braves a journey to the evil sea-witch, to whom she must sacrifice her voice and tail in exchange for legs. From then on, whenever she walks, it feels as though she is dancing on knives, as a reminder of what she has sacrificed for love.Performers Martin Bassindale (Crab), Lindsay Dukes (Eel), Tom Godwin (Captain), Billy Howle (Will), Donna Hughes (Sister), Claire Lams (Mum), Katie Moore (Little Mermaid), Beverly Rudd (Sea Witch), Tristan Sturrock (Dad).
Author Hans Christian Andersen. Producer Bristol Old Vic. Director Simon Godwin. Design Jon Bausor. Lighting Guy Hoare. Sound Gregory Clarke. Choreographer Laila Diallo. Adapted by Joel Horwood. Musical Director Shlomo. Musical Director DJ Walde.
jim (04Dec13): simply fabulous
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