Curious Investigators is an exciting interactive adventure for budding young scientists, with a set made from recycled materials.  

Aimed at 3-7-year-olds and their grown-ups, Curious Investigators champions the joy of imagination and learning, with a fun fusion of science, technology, engineering, arts, and maths (STEAM).  

The show is designed to inspire hours of crafty and creative fun for little-ones, even after the show is finished.  

Created by the Award-winning company, One Tenth Human, the production follows Scribble and Clipboard, who have a job to sort the recycling.  

Sarah Punshon, Artistic Director of One Tenth Human, said: “It’s really exciting to be heading back out on the road with Curious Investigators.  

“The great thing about such an interactive show is that it’s fresh and fun, different every time, depending on the audience’s ideas. We’re looking forward to making new discoveries every day!”  

Whilst Scribble keeps finding new things to investigate, she discovers a mysterious egg hidden in the rubbish, and the pair need the audience’s help to rescue the unborn chick.  

The unique hand-made set is designed by Offie award-winner Samuel Wilde, and is created from almost entirely recycled materials.  

Audience members are encouraged to ‘Stay and Play’ after the show in a making session inspired by the inventions seen in the show.  

Samuel, who recently won Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Christmas (Channel 4), said:  

“I’m really proud of Curious Investigators. It is a vibrant, otherworldly show that champions the health of our planet – and inspires creativity in its young audiences.”  

Following two successful national tours in 2022, Curious Investigators was originally commissioned by Big Imaginations, the network supporting brilliant children’s theatre in the North.  

One Tenth Human presents Curious Investigators at Brewery Arts at 2pm on 11 March. 

Go to to book your tickets. 


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