Pip and Pearl need you. Are you ready to help protect the planet?
Important things you need to know before you start!
Pip and Pearl: Planet Protectors has been designed to be enjoyed in one sitting – just like a real theatrical experience! It should take between 30 and 45 minutes to complete.
Please note this adventure is best completed on tablets and desktops / laptops only – it is not created for use on mobile devices.
This adventure is captioned.
After you’ve finished your adventure, be sure to click the HOME button so you can collect your Certificate and download your Activity Pack!
BEGIN YOUR ADVENTURE NOW! There’s no time to lose. The planet needs you!
About the Adventure
Join us from wherever you are and become part of a global team of young planet protectors in this interactive experience. Part-theatre, part-film, part-escape room, this is a FREE stay-at-home eco-adventure for families and children aged 5 and up.
This is a Reading Fringe Festival commission, written and directed by Helen Eastman (Bicycle Boy; Alby the Penguin Saves Christmas; In the Night Garden) and created with Reading’s very own Time Trap Escape Rooms.
Starring Miles Yekinni and Rebecca Scott. Music by Alex Silverman. Design by Anna Orton. Puzzle illustrations by Louise Banks. Produced by Steph J Weller for Reading Fringe Festival.
About the cast
Miles Yekinni – Miles is no stranger to stage and screen but some of the Planet Protectors audience may remember him from Baddies the Musical and Peter and the Starcatcher.
Rebecca Scott – Rebecca can be seen in The Athena as Georgina Fenner for Sky and most recently in AMC’s Soulmates which premiere’s this month (October, 2020).
Watch a recording of director Helen Eastman discussing Pip and Pearl at the Reading Fringe Digital Live at Lunch – Adapting work in lockdown event.
This is a Reading Fringe Festival commission, only possible thanks to public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.