UKTW - 25 years online
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Details

Sixteen year old Ulla is attempting to become the youngest person to sail the world single-handedly in her trusty sailing boat 'The Homer', with only her cat Binnacle to keep her company as she navigates the high seas. All is not plain sailing, as our heroine encounters mythical creatures and obstacles on her journey, including Cy-ops, a one-eyed, over-keen robotic customs official who mistakes her cat for smuggled contraband, and Sylla, a dangerous sea creature whose body and mind have been horribly twisted by radioactive rubbish dumped into the ocean. Meanwhile the voices of the Sirens, Ulla's friends and family, call out to her from across the waves, tempting her to give up her lonely voyage and come home. The show is inspired by Homer's Odyssey, includes live music and puppetry and is suitable for children aged 7+, families and any adult with a sense of fun and wonder.

Cast/Performers

Sarah Minns (Ulla), Oskar McCarthy (Binnacle/Garibdis), Flora McIntosh (Goddess of the Sea), Pamela Hay (Scylla), Edward Hughes (Cy-Ops), Ruth Whybrow (Instrumentalist)

Creatives/Company

Music: Anthony Young
Lyrics: Leanna Brodie
Company: OperaUpClose
Director: Valentina Ceschi
Design(s): Faye Bradley, Matt Hutchinson (puppet design)
Musical Director: Alex Beetschen
Lighting: Nic Holdridge

Ulla's Odyssey

Ulla's Odyssey (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T01460080904. Details of all Ulla's Odyssey archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1612178483

Archive Listings

12 Feb 16The North Wall
Oxford
Oxfordshire
11 Oct 15
to
22 Nov 15
Kings Place
Outer London
Greater London

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