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Three kids are in trouble. Well, what do you expect if you knock on the door of an inter-dimensional portal and run away? The year is 1982. Catherine Elizabeth Middleton is born. The Beastie Boys are still a hardcore punk band and we are just a few years away from being hit by the golden age of hip-hop. Elliott Thomas is befriending an extraterrestrial on the big screen and Callum has seen it (and cried). He lives in Fore Street but spends most of his time in his attic hanging out with his sister and his best friend. Bored on Christmas Eve, waiting for the day they're allowed to open presents, they open an inter-dimensional portal onto a parallel dimension, and suddenly the trouble starts.. By means of bicycles, bandanas and neural space travel, we go with them on an adventure to the impossible. We'll take on intergalactic challenges, fight invisible forces and we may have to make some sacrifices. But what we'll discover will be extraordinary and will open the door to new jaw-dropping possibilities. Inspired by the novels of Jules Verne, Journey to the Impossible is an homage to 80s sci-fi films and timeless adventure stories featuring epic songs, cinematic storytelling and hip hop dance.

Author Matt Harvey.

Archive listings for Journey to the Impossible

Work type: Kids show.


Company Little Soldier.
15 Feb 18Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L1214394701
11 Feb 18Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L1676943862
8 Feb 18Bay Theatre, Weymouth :: V0900246855
listing details L907851028
7 Feb 18West End Centre, Aldershot :: V762
listing details L1314561108
6 Dec 17 to 6 Jan 18The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter :: V1892701352
listing details L0471354926

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