Plop! In the Ocean
“Plop!” is an ancient Greek slapstick comedy for children ages 4 – 7 to learn about the environment, based on the popular myth of Poseidon and Demeter.
An original eco-story for Scottish Primary schools.
“Plop!” is an ancient Greek slapstick comedy for children ages 4 – 8 to learn about the environment, based on the popular myth of Poseidon and Demeter.
Suitable for ages 4 – 7.
Touring Scotland 5th September to 14th October 2022.
ECO STORY PACKAGE includes a 50 minute performances of Plop! and eco-craft resources.
Affordable school packages available for up to 150 pupils.
Demeter (Goddess of Harvests & Agriculture) is having a bad day. All she wants is some peace and quiet, but there is too much noise, distraction, pollution and plastic! Her good friend Poseidon (God of the Sea, Earthquakes and Horses) means well, but he isn’t helping.
To distract Poseidon, Demeter decides to send him on a quest. He comes back with more than she bargained for …but it might just help to save the planet.
Who is this for?
Inquisitive adventurers of the natural world.
First time theatre goers, ages 4 - 8.
Children and young people exploring ecology, sustainability and recycling in their curriculums.
Teaching professionals looking to introduce their pupils to arts and culture experiences post pandemic.
Eco warriors and recycling revolutionaries.
The Serious Part
Plop! focuses on ways to communicate with young people about the impact ocean toxicity is having on our planet. All done in a sensitive way for their age group, exploring what changes they can make in their day to day lives to foster positive future sustainability.
The Fun Part
We focus on the details
“Oh my, we absolutely loved the show today! The school is really buzzing now and ready to learn all we can about plastic and that’s thanks to you all!”
We are passionate
“This is a great way of reaching children and explaining the wonders of our world and the threats they face”
George Monbiot – Enviromentalist and writer.
We don’t disappoint
“Your storytelling holds me in a mesmerising dance between dark and light. You are skilful, brave, bold, direct and vulnerable. You ask us to meet you there.”
Ziggy Slingsby – aerialist.