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Out of the Deep Blue

by Autin Dance Theatre

22 and 23 July


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Big waves wash Eko, a sentient sea giant, onto the shore.

There he encounters little Violet. These two beings, an ancient creature and a young girl, offer us their stories – an impactful dialogue around our earth’s climate emergency told through dance, movement and masterful puppeteering.

This story about the power of friendships and empathy that speaks to the world at large is ideal for children and family audiences.


Access information:

What to expect:

  • Audio notes / Description
  • Easy read
  • Touch tour
  • Speech free
  • Suitable for all ages
  • On the move

Find additional content and accessible documents here.

The Clock Tower is a wide open space in the heart of the city centre, with dropped kerb access available.

If you have any concerns over access or need to request some additional provisions to assist you in attending this performance, please contact

Arts Council England
Midlands Arts Centre – MAC
101 Outdoor Arts
Birmingham City Council
Without Walls

A giant puppet sitting on a rock on the shore of a lake, with a performer resting on its side.

Image: Dani Bower