“Well-paced and full of the variety a very young audience needs” The Stage

One day a boy finds a plane in his cupboard. He doesn’t remember leaving it there, but he decides to take it out for a go right away! He flies his plane higher and higher until he runs out of petrol and lands on the moon. He is frightened, lost and alone until a passing Martian lands there too. Who is the strange alien? Can they be friends? And how will they find their Way Back Home???

This exciting new premiere production for young children and families is a co-production with Theatre Royal Winchester and has been created by the team behind the hit shows Aliens Love Underpants with original music produced by the composers of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom.

“The young audience loved every moment, I strongly recommend this play to any family” Halifax Courier

For children aged 3 and above and their families
The running time is approximately 55 minutes with no interval

A 10% discount is available for groups of ten or more

There is no minimum age for this performance and all audience members must have their own ticket.

Performances for schools are available during weekday mornings. Please call Vanessa Lee on 2547 7150 or email Vanessa.Lee@aba-productions.com for more information.

SAVE WHEN YOU BOOK TWO FOR MORE SHOWS!

To receive a discount on tickets, simply book them at the same time at any HK Ticketing outlet or phone the hotline on 31 288 288. A 10% discount is applicable when you book two shows and a 15% discount when you book three or more! You can also show your purchased tickets or ticket stubs at any HK Ticketing outlet to receive a 10% discount on additional tickets.

Please note that there will be no refund or partial refunds on discounts once tickets have been issued and paid for.

Date Times
FRI January 6th                     5pm
SAT January 7th   12nn 3pm 5pm
SUN January 8th 10am 12nn 3pm  

Coming Soon!

Based on the book by Oliver Jeffers
Adapted for the stage by Adam Bampton-Smith
Music by Shock Productions
Additional lyrics by Guy Picot
Lighting by Will Evans