Sea Odyssey Titanic Event in Liverpool

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I had a fantastic time this Sunday at the ‘Sea Odyssey’ in Liverpool.

It was created by Nantes-based French company Royal de Luxe as part of Liverpool commemorations for the recent 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.  It was inspired by a letter written by a young girl to her father, who was a steward on the Liverpool-registered liner.

The event will showed a girl, called Little Girl Giant, walking around Liverpool on a quest to learn news of her father.

Spectators saw her uncle – clad in a deep sea diving costume – emerge from Salthouse Dock with letters from the Titanic.

Little Girl Giant and her dog were “woken” by young musicians from Liverpool Philharmonic’s In Harmony project at the start of the event.

Did you go and see this?

Mrs Crowther.

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2 thoughts on “Sea Odyssey Titanic Event in Liverpool

  1. I went to see the Sea Odessy on the last day it was absolutely amazing. I was amazed by the size of the puppets. The story was really moving xx

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