Conor is on a mission.
A mission to get to the outer edge of the Universe before he runs out of time.
But how long until the end of the Universe? How much space? How much time?
Conor: at the end of the Universe is a sensory journey through space at time-bending speeds. This engaging production uses puppets, design, animation and music as Conor and his Grandad bring you to places that you've never seen before.
Performances on Sun 13 Nov are part of Science Foundation Ireland’s Science Week 2016
Touring as part of the Short Works Network.
Attending and reflecting on Conor: at the end of the Universe with your class will explore many of the key strands of the Drama and English curricula, particularly in relation to: examining the relationship between story, theme and life experience; using insights arising out of dramatic action to draw conclusions about life and people; receptiveness to language; competence and confidence in using language; emotional and imaginative development through language; reflection on drama and listening and responding
Watch Director Dan Colley talking about developing the show...
About Collapsing Horse...
Collapsing Horse are serious about playfulness. They create entertaining, audience-focused, philosophically provocative theatre that merges artistic disciplines, including puppetry, physical theatre, text and music. See collapsinghorsetheatre.com for more info.
Conor: at the end of the Universe is supported by Draíocht, Fingal County Council and the Arts Council through Collapsing Horse’s Theatre Artist in Residency programme at Draíocht and the Collapsing Horse Membership.