Born on an island, struck by lightning and raised by a dry cleaner, Atlantis Banal is an artist like no other.
Since she first rose to the surface of the art scene she’s been creating ripples far and wide. In her exhibition Beneath the Surface she invites visitors to take the plunge, and immerse themselves in a world where the ordinary becomes extraordinary, and nothing is what it first appears.
This brand new show for families is set in an intimate ‘pop-up’ art gallery, featuring a flying fish, fashion on a tin can and a mermaid who isn’t afraid to make an exhibition of herself.
Schools' performances: Thu 21 Nov, 1.30pm & Fri 22 Nov, 10am. Give us a call on 0131 228 1404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries, to discuss what you need and to book your tickets.
Supported by Creative Scotland. Produced by Catherine Wheels Theatre Company.
Image: Shona Reppe
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