Bee Detective

A funny and very exciting show for families that takes place inside a bee themed tent. 

Step into the secret world of a bee hive and help solve a honeybee murder mystery as Sophie Bee, champion forager, turns detective to track down the honeybees when they go missing from the Queen Bee’s birthday party. Staged in a bee-eautiful tent, Bee Detective is an exciting adventure for Deaf and hearing children with cartoons, colourful captions, actors speaking and signing, buzzing seats and ‘waggle dancing’!

Tin Bath is a theatre company formed by Sophie Woolley and director Gemma Fairlie, creating a unique way of captioning theatre that uses animation, graphics, text and visual jokes and produces work that is accessible to deaf audiences and entertaining to all.

Supported by Emergency Exit Arts.

Suitable for ages 6+.

Listen audio described information about the show on our SoundCloud website

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Booking & event information

Price

£12 adults, £6 children

Book online

Book by phone: 0844 847 9910

Book by fax: 020 7921 0607

Email the Box Office: customer@southbankcentre.co.uk

Location

Riverside Terrace, Royal Festival Hall

Duration

1 hour

Dates, accessibility & online booking

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Two people in bee costumes are in a kitchen surrounded by honey containers. They are examining a test tube with a magnifying glass.

Two people in bee costumes are in a kitchen surrounded by honey containers. They are examining a test tube with a magnifying glass.

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A woman dressed as a bee is doing a dance to the audience.

A woman dressed as a bee is doing a dance to the audience.

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A performer dressed as a bee is looking at himself in the mirror.

A performer dressed as a bee is looking at himself in the mirror.

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A male and female performer dressed as bees, are on stage with text projected behind them.

A male and female performer dressed as bees, are on stage with text projected behind them.

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A boy bee is sitting on a stool looking sad and sulky.

A boy bee is sitting on a stool looking sad and sulky.

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A female bee is cooking up a science experiment.

A female bee is cooking up a science experiment.

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