THE STORY OF THE BLUE PLANET by Andri Snaer Magnason

A blue planet inhabited only by children!! Travelling to schools since 10 October and every Sunday at the Tsiller Hall stage of the National Theatre

The story is based on "The story of the Blue Planet" by the Irish writer Andri Magnason and his theatrical adaptation, as well, raising questions about the friendship, the justice, the climate change and the lost innocence.

Magnason in his book dares to describe the nature as a unique, precious and fragile kingdom, which is threatened by the people. The first children's book which won the Iceland Literary Prize and surpassed the geographical, cultural and language borders as it has been translated into more than 30 languages.

At the National Theatre children's stage, under the marvelous direction of Katerina Karadima and the translation of Julia Diamantopoulou. A flexible performance where three actors are sharing roles, balloons, gold dust and talc and animate a whole planet with its wild beasts and of course, the wildest of all, THE MAN.

THE ARTBASSADOR has licensed the public performance of the theatrical adaptation of the work, on behalf of NORDISKA ApS International Performing Rights Agency ( which represents the playwright Andri Snaer Magnason.