The piece looks closely at the work of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and the integral work of its remarkable volunteers.
Combining puppetry, physical theatre, and multimedia, this innovative and resourceful piece aims to give the audience a curious glimpse into the lives and values of the volunteer crew, the fundraisers, and the families of those involved in the RNLI.
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