A specially commissioned play for Key Stage I and II children that looks at themes of bio-diversity, rural and urban concerns, recycling and third world issues.
In the middle of the Milky Way there is a beautiful little blue planet almost bursting with rubbish. It's getting so bad that even the neighbours are beginning to complain. Unless our hero, Colin, can make the humans stop and think about the harm they're causing the planet then the whole place will be demolished to make way for a new UFO car park. The clock is ticking - there's not a moment to be lost.
As Colin embarks on his most ambitious mission yet to get the little blue planet back on track and fast, he meets a host of colourful characters ranging from Aliens to a rapping Fox and his ever-hungry posse of street rats - the So Furry Crew - who teach him about the need for recycling and the problems of littering their beautiful planet. The Adults are hopeless it seems, but the children on the other hand - well, there could just be a tiny glimmer of hope after all.
Using a blend of puppetry, digital projection, music and lots of audience participation, Konflux Theatre explores a broad range of ecological and environmental issues.