A quirky way of making science and history fun – NEW PREVIEW VIDEO

We are delighted to share our next PREVIEW from our new show Jina and the STEM SistersDesigning the Show gives a visual insight into how Sophia Lovell Smith created the magical set drawing inspiration from scientific forms and journeys to create Jina’s world.


One of StageSavvy‘s five shows to see celebrating International Woman’s Day: “a quirky way of making feminist history fun”.


PREVIEW: Designing the Show


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This entertaining new puppet musical by writer Rachel Barnett-Jones and composer Jenny Gould whose eclectic score is inspired by rap, show tunes, funk, Handel and musical theatre, premieres in Clare Whistler’s inspiring production which brings Sophia Lovell Smith’s stunning designs to life.


It features puppeteers Ruth Calkin, Nix Wood, singers: Nadine Benjamin, Eloise Eisenberg, Abigail Kelly, Susan Moore, Jessica Gillingwater and the I Can Sing! Children’s Chorus, with the STEM Sisters band directed by Jenny Gould.


The supporting primary schools’ project includes science workshops, a bank of teaching resources and an online heritage zone.


For ALL ages from 8+.


Streaming 15 March – 11 April. 


Find Out More and BOOK tickets HERE!


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