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Interactive Experience Takes a Journey to the Deep

9 August 2012

Interactive Experience Takes a Journey to the Deep

Event: Journey to the Deep 2012
Date: September 29 – November 11, 2012
Where: Silo 6 Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter, Waterfront Auckland
Website: www.journeytothedeepcom/
Cost: $10 per child, $20 per adult with family passes available

How can you take a Journey to the Deep without getting wet? Visit SILO 6 at Wynyard Quarter from late September and dive head first into the captivating theatrical show that is Journey to the Deep.

Journey to the Deep is a contemporary theatrical experience where children and adults can make their way through the silos meeting a cast of sea creatures as they recreate the mystery and beauty that lies beneath the sea.

Amidst all of the colour, the characters, the music and the interaction lies a more serious message about conservation and preserving the beauty of the ocean.

Journey to the Deep event organiser, Sarah Burren, said Kiwi kids need to understand that she has created Journey to the Deep as an engaging way of presenting that message with theatre as the medium.

Journey to the Deep has something in it for everyone. It’s an exciting and stimulating show with a strong conservation theme at its heart. No matter whether you’re three or 93, we guarantee you’ll walk away with an unforgettable experience and a new appreciation for the importance of conservation.”

The show boasts experienced actors, world class makeup, costumes and effects as well as a truly compelling story line.

Journey to the Deep is perfect for kids and families with its unique and enchanting mix of education and entertainment. The show’s collection of colourful sea creatures and spectacular effects makes it an un-missible school holiday outing.

Book tickets at from $10 ($2 booking fee applies). For more information, visit Journey to the Deep will run for a six week season.

Journey to the Deep is produced by Little Green Man Productions and its charitable partener The Living Theatre Charitable Trust. The show is sponsored and supported by Waterfront Auckland, Department of Conservation, Oceania, and Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Forum.


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