WEST END WILMA
THIS NOISY ISLE
This Noisy Isle is a treasure-hunt style performance for 7-11 year olds
and their families inspired by The Tempest.
★★★★★ A younger theatre
★★★★ broadway baby
NORDEN FARM 28-31 July
IRIS THEATRE 1 Aug
YVONNE ARNAUD 6-7 Aug
THE PLACE BEDFORD 14 & 15 Aug
You've washed up on a new shore...
The inhabitants of this island make strange noises and sprites hide around every corner. Where do you belong?
Join us for a mission which will lead you through puzzles, meeting mysterious characters and steering your team through the choppy seas to search for your new home.
Come prepared for the elements as much of this adventure takes place outdoors!
This is a brilliant, immersive, moving, almost promenade theatrical experience which impacts everyone involved, children and adults alike. - Broadway Baby
Although it is based around the themes and characters of one of Shakespeare’s best-known works, This Noisy Isle requires no knowledge of the original text to fully appreciate the performance. In doing so, it creates a friendly and approachable setting in which to pique the interest of a younger audience and inspire interaction with a much-loved classical text. - A Younger Theatre
Written by Mark Hayward
Directed by Ross Drury
Based on an original idea by Simon Magnus
THIS NOISY ISLE AUDIO AT HOME ADVENTURE
If you can't make one of our tour dates - never fear! You can order a Noisy Isle At-Home Audio Adventure pack to be enjoyed rain or shine for just £5.
PAY IT FORWARD
You can donate here and send out a This Noisy Isle At-Home Audio Adventure pack out with one of our food bank partners.
Each pack costs £1 to prepare and post: Donate £1 to send one pack, £5 for 5 packs and £10 for 10 packs.
SENDING OUT THE PACKS
"I spent my Easter’s Saturday morning at my local food hub, The West Hampstead Community Food Hub, based at Sidings Community Centre helping to distribute the Creative Packs from Spun Glass Theatre’s This Noisy Isle, along with the food hub’s usual offerings to children and families in our local area.
The distribution is split into two areas - where people come in person to collect their food packs and where wonderful walking and driving volunteers will come, collect the packs and deliver to the families’ doorstep so I was running between the two, ensuring those families with children can receive our packs and hopefully enjoy the audio of This Noisy Isle over the weekend. My heart is full seeing how our initial cold reach out email has led to smiles and happiness with everyone being so surprised and pleased to receive them, it was also particularly heart-warming seeing some parents’ relief that we hopefully have made a useful addition to their weekend plans to keep children entertained." - NATALIE CHAN, SPUN GLASS THEATRE