The Legend of Dunwoody is a family show that was developed in 2011 by LAStheatre. It is an interactive adventure that inspires young people to investigate the world around them. The show centres around a school for explorers. On signing up or purchasing a ticket for the event the audience recieve their personal explorer diary which introduces them to the world of the show. It leads them to various locations in the festival, town or building the show is set where they will meet an expert and attend a class at The Dunwoody School of Adventure. Experts can include real Natural Historians, who will teach the audience to collect samples on their journey, or Storytellers, who will explain the importance of keeping their stories alive. Below is some information and pictures from the The Legend of Dunwoody at the Brockley Max Festival 2011.
The Legend of Dunwoody at The Brockley Max Festival
Can you find all the pictures of Dunwoody? Have you discovered the dishes in local restaurants inspired by his antics? What about the exotic Dunwoody produce on the shelves of shops? Download your Adventure Diary from the Brockley Max Website on May 30th and enter The Legend of Dunwoody.
In the town of Brockley lived a man called Dunwoody. Much like Madonna, Pele, Aston from JLS and other talented individuals he only had one name. His talent: Exploration. Despite all his fame and fortune Dunwoody did not live in a mansion or in one of the big houses on Manor Avenue or Wickham Road. Instead he opted to live alone, in his modest mobile home. No not a caravan, the home that travelled with him where ever he went; his trusty yurt.
Images from The Legend of Dunwoody