18-21 May 13:00
£8.50(£7) Student £6, Group of 4 Ticket £30 [1hr]
Have you ever seen a polar bear in the flesh? Been close enough to notice just how white these magnificent mammals are? Here is your chance to get up close and personal: remove your shoes, coats and bags, as you are about to encounter the Arctic’s whitest predator, with black skin.
Join a well-trained member of staff as we enter the polar bear’s natural habitat and experience this animal like never before. Be one of the privileged few to say they have petted, played with and fed a polar bear as if you were one of the Arctic keepers.
“Searing and thoughtful” (Lyn Gardner, The Guardian).
Please note: There will be a free audience-led post-show discussion for those who wish to stay.
Subcategories: Performance Art, Contemporary, Interactive, Devised, solo show, Physical
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