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Following a sell-out run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Shackleton and his Stowaway is coming to London’s Park Theatre for a limited 3-week run this winter. Don’t be left adrift, make sure you book tickets for Shackleton and his Stowaway while you can.
Shackleton and his Stowaway
This new play by Stolen Elephant Theatre is inspired by the incredible true-life events of the ill-fated Endurance expedition to Antarctica. Though the expedition itself would fail its memory would live on as an unbelievable story of survival. This production follows the unfortunate experiences of an 18-year-old stowaway who, determined to join the expedition sneaks on board the Endurance. While the uninvited young adventurer is initially enamoured of Shackleton by the time the explorer has got the crew trapped in the polar ice pack, his hero-worship has begun to fade.
When the ship is eventually broken to pieces and sinks, the entire expedition are left stranded on the ice, hundreds of miles from any type of settlement. What will become of Shackleton and his stowaway?
Cast and Creatives of Shackleton and his Stowaway
Shackleton and his Stowaway stars Richard Ede as Shackleton. He has had starring roles in numerous UK tours including The Mask, It’s a Wonderful Life and The 39 Steps. He will be joined by Elliott Ross as The Stowaway. Ross has worked with the RSC in Queen Anne and Love for Love and was also seen in the West End production of Admissions.
The show was written by Andy Dickinson who has produced for Olivier Award-winning playwrights Grae Cleugh and Jack Shepherd. Theatre and movement direction comes from Simone Coxall (The Tempest, Vinegar Tom, Orpheus and Eurydice. The show features projection design from Enrique Muňoz with set and costume design by Kaajel Patel and lighting design by Pablo Fernandez Baz.
Limited run of Shackleton and his Stowaway
The London run of Shackleton and his Stowaway is much shorter than the expedition on which it is based. Don’t miss your chance to book Shackleton and his Stowaway tickets before the production sails away.