"Inventively and charmingly rendered by director Luke Morgan’s lively production” - Galway Advertiser
Fresh from its preview at the 2018 Galway Theatre Festival, Morgan Creative presents a dramatic re-imagining of Antoine de-Saint Exupery's The Little Prince, translated and adapted by Oisín Robbins.
The Little Prince is a fantastical adventure that explores growing up and how the imagination we are all born with can save us.
Antoine, the narrator of the tale, is spending a few day repairing his aeroplane engine when he is visited by a boy who comes from another planet. In his bid to help Antoine survive the lonely days in the desert, The Little Prince recounts his experiences hopping from one planet to the next, and in doing so, makes some startling revelations on adulthood, and what it means to live in this crazy, wonderful world of ours.
The production is family friendly and is most suited for six to 10 year olds, as well as fans of the book, of course.
The cast is Seosamh Duffy (Antoine and others ) and Alex Hughes (The Little Prince ) and music is by Jake Morgan.
Tickets are available via www.morgancreative.org/theatre html and www.tickettailor.com/events/galwayartscentre/176775 The play will be staged in Nun's Island Theatre from August 16 to 19 at 7pm with an additional 2pm show on 19.
Tickets are priced at €10 for adults, €8 for children and €32 for a family of four.