An Adaptation of Sirens Men and Crabs for Family and Children Audiences
North West End UK
Sirens, Men & Crabs
Art City Liverpool
Sirens Men & Crabs
“It´s not funny, It´s hilarious”
-North West End (Sirens, Men and Crabs)
A topsy-turvy, heroic mis-adventure and retelling of the myths of ancient Greece for children and families.
Welcome to an epic mis-adventure and total shipwreck… where our hero Ulysses keeps getting it all wrong and the real hero is not who you might think….
Ancient myths collide in an imaginative, highly-visual, re-telling of the journey to Ithaca and of the myths of ancient Greece, brought to you by the highly-skilled, international, clowning team at Teatro Pomodoro.
Crab Tragedy is a hilarious new show made in association with Theatre Porto (and the team who brought you Star of Wonder). It has been especially adapted from an original show (Sirens, Men and Crabs), for children and family audiences as a pilot performance in 2023 ahead of national touring.
Come and be the amongst the first audiences to experience this brand-new show!
“Making the audience cripple with laughter every
-Bido Lito! (Sirens Men & Crabs)
"It’s unlike anything you will see this year, and yet it’s a show I would happily watch again and again. Not to mention that it’s unpredictable, as well as being unafraid to shock. So, if you want something different that proves to be a real treat, this would be a great show for you."
- Writebase (Sirens Men & Crabs)
Good News Liverpool
Sirens Men & Crabs
Carmen Arquelladas (Spain)
Miwa Nagai (Japan)
Simone Tani (Italy)
Directed by - Nina Hajiyianni
Assiting Director - Phil Cross
Lighting Design - Phil Saunder
Set Design - Lois Maskell
Costume Design - Carmen Arquelladas
Sound Design - Barry Han
Producer - RJ Lloyd
Creative Facilitator - Duncan Cameron
Technician - Matt Bennet
An adaptation of Sirens, Men and Crabs directed Mark Bell
In Assotiation with Theatre Porto & Unity Theatre
Funded by Big Imaginations
Devised and Created by Teatro Pomodoro
“ fast paced and witty as the audience were fully captured in the actors’ nets as they expertly blended surrealism and the clown ”
-At the Theatre
25th March 2023 @ 2pm
Theatre Porto, Ellesmer Port