Deep Sea Adventures

Welcome to the wonderful world at the bottom of the sea.

By Theatre Hullabaloo & Becci Sharrock, in association with Makers of Imaginary Worlds

Inspired by ideas from local children, Deep Sea Adventures is an interactive voyage of discovery with coral reefs to crawl over, mysterious caves to explore and giant fish which are not quite what they seem. The installation is designed for a child to play in with their grown ups and includes elements for crawlers and toddlers right up to children aged 8 years old.

Our specially commissioned play installations are part of the FREE activities for young people and their grown-ups to enjoy at The Hullabaloo.

Some children will spend just a few minutes in creative play, others will enjoy playing for longer. You are free to come and go as you please and also enjoy our family friendly cafe area at The Hullabaloo. There is no need to book, but please note that at busy times there may be a short wait. Our family friendly café has hot drinks and light snacks available and is open Monday to Saturday, 10am – 2pm and may be longer when we have performances programmed.


Meet the stars

Creative Team

Roma Patel

Designer and Lead Artist

Jonathan Green

Digital Design

Wayne Walker - Allen

Sound Designer

Will Evans

Lighting Designer

For Hullabaloo Will lit the very first show in the new theatre, ‘Bear and Butterfly’ in 2017.

Other Theatre credits include:
‘Gabriel’ (Theatre Six, National Tour), ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ (Big Wooden Horse/Nick Brooke, International Tour and West End), ‘The Snow Dragon’ (Tall Stories), ‘Why The Whales Came’ (Watford Plalace Theatre/Wizard Presents), ‘I Believe In Unicorns’ (Vaudeville, London West End and Tour), ‘The Canterbury Tales’ (Guildford Shakespeare Company), ‘Honest’ and ‘The Water Engine’ (Theatre 6), ‘La Boheme’ (Head First Productions), ‘Mudlarks’ and ’66 Books’ (Bush Theatre, London), ‘Dream Space’ (Shakespeare’s Globe).

Will is also Associate Lighting Designer on the recent National tour and West End transfer of ‘An Inspector Calls’ (National Theatre/PW Productions)

Ali Rigby-Roberts

Production Manager

Mike Dennis

Set Construction

With thanks to...

Thank you to all the wonderful First and Second Year Production Design Students at The Northern School of Art.

Special thanks to all our wonderful crocheters, Leah, Kath, Katie, Sarah, Jen, Cheryl, Abi, Clare, Rachel, Vicki, Sue, Mel, Helen and Louise.