The Noisy Isle
A treasure-hunt show giving 7-11 year-olds an adventure through a strange, magical new world.
You’ve washed up on a new shore…
Can you navigate through this world where nothing is quite what it seems? The inhabitants of this island make strange noises and sprites hide around every corner. Where do you belong?
Discover your own magical powers in this truly interactive family experience. Join us for a mission which will lead you through puzzles, meeting mysterious characters and steering your team through the choppy seas to search for your new home.
Come prepared for the elements as much of this adventure takes place outdoors!
Created in partnership with Creative Arts East, The Garage, Norwich and Arts Council England.
2pm, 2.15pm, 2.30pm, 2.45pm, 3pm, 3.15pm, 3.30pm, 3.45pm, 4pm, 4.15pm
Running Time: 60 minutes.
Ross is co founder of Living Record Productions and has so far, for better or for worse, directed all of the companies projects.
Ross completed a Masters of Drama degree in Theatre Directing in 2008, where his final production of Sarah Kane's 4.48 Psychosis went on to win an award at the NSDF. He continued his professional director training at East 15 Acting School, The National Theatre Studio and Moscow Arts Theatre
Ross is also an associate artist of The Pantaloons, and co regional director of Bigfoot Arts Education. He enjoys making theatre across genres storytelling platforms and creating fun, worthwhile drama workshops with young people.
Notable directing credits outside of Living Record include an Immersive Production in Central Milan, Roseline, National Touring productions of War Of The Worlds & Gulliver Travels By Mark Hayward ( The Pantaloons ), Much Ado About Nothing ( The Pantaloons ) and The Importance of Ernest at the Grand Hotel, Brighton ( Herald Angel Award Winner)
As an associate director Ross has worked with Russell Bolam for Jagged Fence's productions of The Seagull and Three Sisters and Phil Rildleys World Premiere, Shivered both at The Southwark Playhouse. As a youth theatre director he created the award winning production of Philip Ridley's Sparkleshark at the Brighton Fringe.
A founding member and company director of The Pantaloons, Mark is a playwright, actor, storyteller, director, producer, singer/ songwriter, attempted carpenter and father of two. Having graduated from the University of Kent in 2005 with a degree in English Literature he has adapted and directed numerous classics for the stage including Sherlock Holmes, A Christmas Carol, Gulliver’s Travels, Pride and Prejudice and Jekyll and Hyde as well as writing completely original material for shows such as The Almost Complete History of Britain.
Spun Glass Theatre
Spun Glass Theatre are an award-winning production company experimenting with crossing theatre and popular performance forms to create radical, anti-elitist performance. We devise original productions based on classic texts and work directly with communities to bring creativity out of traditional arts spaces.
We have a strong record for creating innovative children’s work including ‘Princess Charming’ a cabaret for kids exploring gender stereotypes, co-produced by Ovalhouse. ‘Princess Charming’ was described as “pertinent and powerful” (A Younger Theatre), “an absolute gem of a show” (West End Wilma), “hilarious, touching and truthful” (Female Arts).
Princess Charming had a successful national tour in Autumn 2018 visiting 16 venues including Cambridge Junction, ARC Stockton and Tobacco Factory Theatres.
WestEnd Wilma - ★★★★★ ‘Princess Charming’ is an absolute gem of a show. Exploring gender stereotypes using the very clever medium of a cabaret aimed at 7-11 year olds, it is entertaining, informative (though never preachy) and vitally, incredibly relevant.
http://www.westendwilma.com/review-princess-charming-ovalhouse/ - Ovalhouse 2017