Luna: a play about the Moon

50 years since man first walked on the moon, Roustabout present a glorious celebration of our relationship with our closest cosmic companion - for ages 5+ and their families

View all Show dates:
  • Saturday, 22nd February 2020
  • Sunday, 23rd February 2020
21st Feb 2020 - 23rd Feb 2020
2pm & 4.30pm (21st), 11am & 2pm (22nd & 23rd) | £8 (ages 2 and under go free)

We are entranced by the Moon. It controls our tides, marks our time, and has inspired countless stories, myths, songs, and poems. And in July 1969, we walked on its surface.

Featuring astronauts, lovelorn science teachers, werewolves, and a special guest appearance by the Moon itself, supported by a talented cast of household objects, Luna is a rich feast of storytelling, music, history and science, celebrating this fascination with our oldest friend.

“A must see for children of all ages – even the big, grown-up ones.”
Time Out on Toby Hulse’s One Small Step

“Boisterous magic.”
The Guardian on Toby Hulse’s The Lost World

“Wonderful… More people must see this!”
Explorer Dome

“A wonderful balance of art, science, literature, music and storytelling. You have given us so much to think about!”
Audience Feedback

“Great fun for adults and children. We all learnt something!”
Audience Feedback

Supported by Arts Council England
Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)
Artist's Website
Connect on Twitter
If you like this, you might also like this...

Make a night of it

With the Old Market Assembly

Food Live Music