Created by award-winning theatre company Tortoise In A Nutshell and writer Oliver Emanual, the Greenwich Theatre stage hosts a unique dome structure which houses the audience – and a frightening new fairytale.

A boy falls and finds himself in a dark and terrifying new world. It’s a world of lost things: car keys, wedding rings, dads, and a mysterious girl who is building an amazing machine.

Performed in a unique dome structure on the Greenwich Theatre stage, accommodating just 40 people at a time, The Lost Things is about losing things and finding things you didn’t even know you were looking for.

This is a dark fairytale set in a fantastical world, where nothing is quite as it seems.

With a reduced capacity, booking early is advised. Recommended for theatre-goers aged nine and above.

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