from Three's Company & Underground
The multi-award-winning Fringe favourites ('nigh-on essential' Guardian) present their 20th anniversary production at the Buxton Fringe - a spectacular, funny and joyous new adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s timeless classic.
A stranded pilot battling to survive the desert, is interrupted by a young boy visiting from a distant star, with an urgent request... for a drawing of a sheep. Blending puppetry, comedy, magic and innovative lighting to create a thrilling theatrical journey for adults and children alike.
Adapted for the stage by multi-award-winning writer Tom Crawshaw ("master of his materials" Spectator).
Directed by Off West End-nominated Alice Kornitzer. Designed by Finbury Prize finalist Dylan Howells.
Starring Ramzi DeHani and Ashlea Kaye.
Wed 20th July, 7pm
Thu 21st July, 5.30pm
Fri 22nd July, 2.30pm
Sat 23rd July, 7pm
Sun 24th July, 5.30pm
Run time: 60 minutes