The future. Earth is uninhabitable, destroyed by environmental pollution. But could this devastation be prevented?
Drowning under a crushing mass of plastic, the Keeper of the Waterways awakens and rises up. It’s time for change.
A spellbinding magical theatre adventure for children of all ages.
Set free from the magical midnight faery kingdom, they’re looking for some fun and mischief.
Professors Egg n Egg
A strange and intriguing egg has been unearthed from deep underground and no one has any idea how it got there or what was inside. But what we do know is that it was alive and it's already got out!
A feisty trio of bee loving ladies have answers to all your questions about bees, from pollination to conservation to evolution. They will leave no stone or flower unturned!
What happens when an alien family sets its holiday destination to a different planet?
This is a party with a difference. At the crossover between arts and science, Transmission playfully explores the art of getting ill through dance and movement.
Professor Coerium’s Heart Emporium
Set in an inflatable dome, audiences will be transported from mount Atherosclerosis to the Local Greggs on a journey of discovery as we learn how to look after our hearts physically, anatomically and mindfully.
A family-friendly community day and magica aerial performance. Celebrating movement, migration and innovation in Coventry.
Transmission: The Next Variant
Tired of the misinformation around COVID-19? Struggling to know fact from fiction? Transmission: the Next Variant give you the answers.
Up, Up and Away
A cloud-hopping, star-jumping, stratospheric adventure for children that is literally out of this world.
High above our heads, an epic story is unfolding about Coventry. Brick by brick.
Grab your hat, scarf and gloves. This Christmas tale can’t start without you.
Get ready to go clubbing. You’re in for the night of your life.
A lost soul lives in a tree. In its branches, they feel safe. But now someone else wants to live in the tree too.
What People Say
“Fantastic way of getting people to think about ‘normal’ and ‘perfection’ and our aspirations in between”