It’s 2026, and we've found a letter from the last ever polar bear. He’s somehow ended up at the top of Scotland. We're going to save him.
Join us on a wild polar bear chase, through peat bogs and protests. We might just need your help...
How To Save A Rock is a multi award-winning musical comedy about how to still have hope – for kids and adults alike.
This show is carbon-neutral. The lighting is powered by solar-power and a bike cycled live on stage, production materials are recycled and recyclable, and all music is created live.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
WINNER of The Sunday Times Playwriting Award (NSDF, 2019)
WINNER of The Samuel French New Play Award (NSDF, 2019)
WINNER of The Camden People’s Theatre Award (NSDF, 2019)
WINNER of the Staging Change Award for VAULT Festival 2020
Pigfoot are an award-winning environmental theatre company, dedicated to making collaborative, carbon-neutral theatre.
WINNER of the Sustainable Fringe Award for Best Company at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019.
‘Pigfoot... actually practices what it preaches about climate change’ – The Sunday TimesBook Now
Performers: STEPHANIE OCAMPO, ANTONIA STRAFFORD-TAYLOR, and WILL STEVENS.
Director: BEA UDALE-SMITH
Producer: KITTY HATCHLEY and HETTY HODGSON
Writers: CONKY KAMPFNER and ALEX RUGMAN.
Composer: SARAH SPENCER
Designer: ELLI KYPRIADIS
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A Deaf girl fights prejudice in a tough 80s boxing gym. Part immersive. Part musical. Blow challenges how we treat d/Deaf and disabled people on stage, screen, and life.
Welcome to the Kingdom of Skadi. With the King’s daughter captured by an evil dragon, who will survive in this quest of epic proportions and formidable consequences?
Theatre Weekly ***** "hilarious and touching... as many people as possible should see it”
The Scotsman **** "hope is paramount”
The Skinny "charming and energetic"
The Sunday Times "actually practises what it preaches about climate change"
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