Rime of the Ancient Mariner

by Felix in Newlyn, England, United Kingdom

Rime of the Ancient Mariner
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We want to create a project for young people which encourages them to think about plastic pollution; and the climate emergency in a fun way.

by Felix in Newlyn, England, United Kingdom

Children’s Performance

In the day time Rime of the Ancient Mariner is an performance for young people; an irreverent deep dive into plastic pollution, ocean waste and the melting polar ice caps encouraging young people to think about the stories behind their waste by meeting an eccentric traveller in a micro-installation. 

Children’s Performances are at 12.30am & 2.30pm Tuesday to Saturday. £8 per child. Maximum 6 children per performance. 45 minutes long

Adults Performance

In the evening everything gets a lot murkier, in a performance for adults join Dr Robert Walton as he recounts his tale of woe stranded on the ice caps of the Arctic. This performance is an intimate immersive experience for one or two adults. 

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Felix together with his creative partner Joshua Nawras have an extensive history of setting up and running community cultural projects, to date largely in London and the south-east including a shop in Hoxton, a community centre in De Beauvoir, a tower block in Poplar and a warehouse in Tottenham. Felix is also a qualified teacher and has worked in several North London schools delivering educational projects for RIFT, The Barbican and the Old Vic.

Since 2012 RIFT have produced 25 productions including collaborating with Alexandra Palace on ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in 2019, Pyramus and Thisbe in 2018, The Nineties Season of four plays in 2017, Fourteen new commissions produced as part of Shakespeare in Shoreditch Festival in 2016 and 2014, ‘Styx’ (2015) an audio adventure through London, ‘Macbeth’ in 2014, an overnight experience at Balfron Tower, ‘The Trial’ in 2013 which spilled the events of Kafka's paranoid novel throughout Shoreditch and ‘O Brave New World’ 2012, a six part retelling of The Tempest from an east London shop front.


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