Calum and the Whale

A young man in search of viral video fame plans an ultimate, adrenaline junkie stunt. Close to the shores of Cape Breton Island, he befriends a curious humpback whale with a huge hunger for adventure. This original musical features an east coast flavour with a dynamic, experienced cast.

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              Calum and the Whale

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/calum-and-the-whale/ for details.

              Location: Palace Theatre

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              Calum and the Whale

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/calum-and-the-whale/ for details.

              Location: Palace Theatre

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              Calum and the Whale

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/calum-and-the-whale/ for details.

              Location: Palace Theatre

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                Calum and the Whale

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/calum-and-the-whale/ for details.

                Location: Palace Theatre

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                    Calum and the Whale

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/calum-and-the-whale/ for details.

                    Location: Palace Theatre

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                      Calum and the Whale

                      See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/calum-and-the-whale/ for details.

                      Location: Palace Theatre

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                  3 thoughts on “Calum and the Whale”

                  1. Jess McAuley says:

                    What an absolutely beautiful show – definitely family friendly. The songs were sweet, and well composed – my partner and I were lost in the gorgeous harmonies, and I had the songs stuck in my head all night after the show. Certainly an adventure show, with a wonderful and bright ending! The cast’s vocal capabilities is impressive and so full of energy and talent.

                    Bravo to all!

                  2. Shelley Carr
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                    Callum is about a family of cousins who are enjoying a holiday at their Grandmother’s home on the east coast. Through song and dance they talk about what they love about the seashore. A calamity befalls Callum while out in his kayak communing with a whale who is trapped in a discarded net. Luckily, Callum survives. The soaring vocals and harmony are a treat to the ears. A great show for kids!

                  3. Susannah Joyce says:

                    This is a beautiful, lyrical, show, poignant and so relevant to current environmental issues regarding our waters and marine life. There is a sweetness and a sadness and definite heart energy. I was grateful for the Program Notes, giving the background of the story and information about the plight of the North Atlantic Right Whales, that are in great danger of extinction. Lovely young voices, some memorable songs and the projected photographs of East Coast seascapes add a great deal. As others here have said, this is a perfect family show, which will delight and inspire audiences of all ages. Definitely a stand out show at this year’s Fringe!

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