The Little Prince is presented by Fuel in association with English Touring Theatre and is a Z-arts co-commission.
Broken down in the Sahara Desert and desperate to repair her fighter jet, a pilot meets a Little Prince. As he tells her his adventures, the pilot re-discovers the power of imagination, the importance of protecting our natural world, and the true meaning of friendship.
In Inua Ellams’ magical retelling of the classic story by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince comes to Earth from an African race in another galaxy. He travels through time and space seeking help for his warring planet. His journey addresses climate change, morality, and shows how little things can make a big difference.
Children and adults will be transported to brand new galaxies with puppetry, music of North African heritage and a rich Afro-futurist aesthetic.
Fuel lead the way in independent producing in the UK’s live performance sector. They have created upwards of 160 projects with over 60 artists experienced by more than 500,000 people. They work with brilliant artists to enable them to share their artistic vision. They develop and present an adventurous, playful and significant programme of live, digital, and multi-disciplinary work for a representative audience across the UK and beyond. Their mission is to produce art that exposes fears, reveals hope, and empowers audiences to change what needs to be changed.
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