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Sea Sick

The Theatre Centre production

written and performed by Alanna Mitchell

22 Apr to 7 May
Running Time: tbc

Sea Sick

The ocean contains the switch of life. Not land, not the atmosphere. The ocean. And that switch can be turned off.

Following a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Festival and a Canadian tour, the Theatre Centre’s critically acclaimed production about the state of the global ocean, written and performed by Alanna Mitchell, comes to the National Theatre.

In this powerful story, Mitchell uses science and wit to tell us about her journey to the bottom of the ocean, the demons she discovered there, and her hope for the future.

‘Terrifying, laugh-out-loud funny, and ultimately hopeful. A must-see.’
Vancouver Observer

IMPORTANT UPDATE 
Following advice from Government and Public Health England about the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), all scheduled performances of Sea Sick have been cancelled.
Due to the high volume of performances involved, it may take a short while before we can contact all ticket-holders directly about their booking.
We recognise that this is a difficult time for many, and thank you for your patience.
If you have not heard from us by Tuesday 14 April, please contact a member of the Box Office team about your booking.

Talks and Events
National Debate: Women and Climate Change Mon 27 April, 5.15pm 

Cast

Production team

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Photography (Alanna Mitchell) by Chloe Ellingson

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Sea Sick ticket prices and Access performances

Ticket prices

All performances 
£25, £20, £15

SeaSick Intro notes​

Listen to SeaSick Intro notes for cast and production credits and information about the production. 
 

Access performances

We are delighted that all performances of Seasick are accessible to our Visually and Hearing Impaired patrons from 28 April onward.
 
Visually impaired customers can enjoy the performance without the need for audio description as there is very little movement on the stage.

Hearing impaired customers can enjoy the show using the smart captioned glasses.
 

Smart caption glasses

People wearing Smart Caption Glasses at a performance in the theatre

Smart caption glasses are a revolutionary new way for people with hearing loss to enjoy performances at the National Theatre. For the first time, service users can experience our productions, including this one, from any seat in any theatre.

Find out about smart caption glasses