Two theatre performers, a musician and a scientist come together on stage to create a myth of water for the 21st century.

It’s about myths. It’s about molecules. It’s about memories. It’s about the stories we tell ourselves and our enduring love for H2O.

Two theatre performers, a musician and a scientist come together on stage to create a myth of water for the 21st century, to give as many answers as possible to the question, ‘What really is the story of water?’ We remember the floods, sing songs, tell stories about water science, and we do the molecule dance.

Water is Attracted to Water is an attempt to remythologise the human relationship with water - to discover how playfulness and joy can still be part of our lives as we struggle to confront difficult truths.

Ages 12+

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About the Company:

Kate Adams makes theatre that welcomes the audience into imaginative non-fictional worlds, exploring how playfulness and joy can be part of our lives even as we confront difficult truths. Her work activates landscapes of human connection and emotions that heighten the everyday by combining figurative modes of expression like dance, music and stories with nonfictional material.

She is collaborating with choreographer Medie Megas, artist and scenographer Maro Michalakakos, actress Alexia Beziki, musician Tom Le Cocq and scientist and engineer Prof. Miklas Scholz.