***WIN A FAMILY TICKET TO "OCTONAUTS AND THE DEEP SEA VOLCANO ADVENTURE"***(7 Posts)
Top-selling children’s stage show producers Fiery Light today announce a brand new full-length theatre adventure for children, "Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure". Based on the popular CBeebies’ TV show, Octonauts, this exciting new production opens at The Orchard Theatre, Dartford, on Thursday 16 October and tours into 2015.
In Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure the entire crew of the Octonauts, led by intrepid ex-plorer Captain Barnacles, Lieutenant Kwazii and Medic Peso, embark on an exciting new underwater quest and visit amazing underwater worlds full of adventure, with surprises around every corner. This action-packed interactive show features new music (from BAFTA-award winning composer Mani Svavarsson) and all the Octonauts live on stage for the very first time.
We have a Family Ticket to give away to this delightful show and to be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is email email@example.com answering the following question:
What is the name of The Octonauts Captain?
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
A family ticket is for four people, minimum one adult. The tickets are non-transferable. There are no cash alternatives, accommodation or travel included in this prize.
The competition ends
Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure is produced by live children’s show supremos Fiery Light (joint venture by Fiery Angel and Limelight Productions), the team also behind the recent tours of the three successful Peppa Pig stage shows. Their most recent – Peppa Pig’s Big Splash - is currently on tour. It has broken box office records for a pre-school show and will return to the West End for fifth consecutive Christmas season at the Criterion Theatre this year. Other Fiery Light productions include the recent tour of Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom, LazyTown Live! andRoald Dahl’s The BFG.
Director/adapter Richard Lewis said: ‘Octonauts is all about adventure and exploration which offers up a whole host of possibilities in a live environment. From the colourful characters and fantastic underwater setting to the amazing octopod where the Octonauts live, there’s great scope for a really unique, interac-tive theatre experience. We can’t wait to take fans on an adventure like never before.’
For tour information please go to
The competition ends on 20 December 2014.
My 4 years old son learned every episode of this cartoon by heart, and yet keeps watching whenever he is allowed to use the computer.
Thus, I cannot miss entering this competition :D
Good luck to me ;)
"OCTONAUTS AND THE DEEP SEA VOLCANO ADVENTURE" review by the Editor of Mumsnet Tower Hamlets:
After watching every single part of CBeebies’ “Octonauts” series for so many years with my children we were thrilled to witness its first ever theatre adventure at Fairfield Halls in Croydon. Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure, from the producers of Peppa Pig and Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom, is the brand-new children’s stage show.
At the theatre entrance children were offered special Octonauts activity books, stickers and temporary tattoos, which my children were absolutely pleased with. During the play the entire audience – children as well as their parents - became the part of the show from the beginning till the very end. We had a great opportunity to have an adventure in deep sea with all eight brave Octonauts team and meet many sea creatures from the cartoon version once again.
As learning Cadets the audience were encouraged to assist the Octonauts team in several situations such as bringing the power of the Octopod back or calling Kwazii when he was away. While singing with Luke, Kwazii and Captain Barnacle, it was amazing to see all children and parents leaning right and left simultaneously to turn the wheels of the octopod. There were a lot of funny scenes such as Turnip and the red button, finding the giant turtle where the audience was filled with children’s giggles and laughters.
The second part of the play started extraordinarily in the dark underwater with the black background, octonauts in their gaps discovering new sea creatures. The culmination arrived, when Captain Barnacle and Bob fish left the Vulcano area in the last second before eruption. At that moment you could see clear worry in young audience’s eyes and this was followed by happy cheerings when he came back safe and sound to the octopod.
I still wonder how they managed to make the cartoon characters so similar that the children were delighted to meet their heros in real life without noticing any difference from what they envisaged. The voices of characters were also were exactly the same as in the cartoon which added to the show’s credibility before the children’s eyes as well as ears.
We all thoroughly enjoyed the show and would recommend everyone to watch it. You can check the Octonauts Live website to find out more about their upcoming performances.
looking for a good football set up in east london for your child aged 5 to 12. check out www.lsbacademy.co.uk
Join the discussion
Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.Register now
Already registered with Mumsnet? Log in to leave your comment or alternatively, sign in with Facebook or Google.
Please login first.