Trish Wadley Productions
We were delighted to host Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at a gala performance of The Wider Earth on Tuesday 12 February 2019 in support of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT) and the production’s official charitable partner, The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC). The performance was held to commemorate the 210th birthday of Charles Darwin, and was introduced by Julia Bradbury.
Click on the thumbnail images below to view photos from the event. Photo credits: GBPhotos.com
‘Like a puppet version of The Blue Planet. A beautiful event – highly informative and visually amazing’ Mail on Sunday
‘A great day out for all the family’ Daily Mirror
‘Pretty stupendous. Gorgeous puppets.’ Time Out
‘Natural History Museum’s Darwin spectacular’ The Guardian
Join young Charles Darwin on HMS Beagle’s daring voyage to the far side of the world, and discover the gripping story behind the theory that changed everything.
Don’t miss your chance to see this award-winning play, featuring over 40 remarkable handcrafted puppets, dazzling animations, and a brilliant cast of seven in a brand new theatre at the Natural History Museum.
The Wider Earth is currently playing in London, and booking until 24 February 2019.
The Wider Earth is presented by Trish Wadley Productions, Dead Puppet Society and Glass Half Full Productions in association with Queensland Theatre in a partnership project with the Natural History Museum.
Find out more about the Natural History Museum on their website here
'THE PERFECT SHOW FOR ANY BUDDING YOUNG SCIENTIST'Mail on Sunday
'EPIC, WITH A SWEEPING SCORE AND A STUNNING VISUAL RICHNESS'EVENING STANDARD
'A GLORIOUSLY BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF THEATRE'Love London Love Culture
'FULL OF MAGIC AND WONDER. NOT TO BE MISSED.'The Upcoming
'OUTSTANDING. A PERFECT PRODUCTION FOR ALL THE FAMILY TO ENJOY.'Entertainment Focus
'THIS PRODUCTION IS A WORK OF GENIUS'The Daily Review
'A VOYAGE OF EXTRAORDINARY THEATRICAL DISCOVERY'Sydney Morning Herald
PACKED WITH ENOUGH PUPPETRY, PROJECTIONS AND PULSATING MUSIC TO BLOW A YOUNG AUDIENCE AWAYThe Stage
'A BRILLIANT, GROUNDBREAKING PRODUCTION'The Spectator
'NO PRAISE COULD BE TOO HIGH FOR THE WIDER EARTH'The Australian
The Wider Earth is delighted to partner with: