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A Sea Odyssey

 

A three day celebration of street theatre started on Friday with the Sea Odyssey taking to the streets. The French company Royal De Luxe, based in Nantes, created Little Girl Giant, her dog Xolo and her Uncle and they will be searching the streets of Liverpool for each other until they meet at the Pier Head on Sunday.

 

The little girl giant is 30 feet high, her unce is 50 feet high and the dog 9 feet high. The walking machines that control the Giants are tremendous pieces of Heath Robinson design, with Lillipution volounteers controlling all movements.

 

The Girl and her Dog asre seen resting on Everton Brow after walking several miles from Stanley Park.

 

The Uncle, below, is leaving the Albert Dock to start his search.

 

The full story may be found here.

 

Uncle

 

 

 

A Sea Odyssey

 

A three day celebration of street theatre started on Friday with the Sea Odyssey taking to the streets. The French company Royal De Luxe, based in Nantes, created Little Girl Giant, her dog Xolo and her Uncle and they will be searching the streets of Liverpool for each other until they meet at the Pier Head on Sunday.

 

The little girl giant is 30 feet high, her unce is 50 feet high and the dog 9 feet high. The walking machines that control the Giants are tremendous pieces of Heath Robinson design, with Lillipution volounteers controlling all movements.

 

The Girl and her Dog asre seen resting on Everton Brow after walking several miles from Stanley Park.

 

The Uncle, below, is leaving the Albert Dock to start his search.

 

The full story may be found here.

 

Uncle

 

 

 

comments (3)

  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 21 Apr 2012, 09:23
I have seen photos of these before Les, but never the real thing. They must be terrific in action!
Les Auld: The action is just mesmerising Mike, thanks for the comment.
Amazing things Les, good shots.
Les Auld: Thanks Frank, appreciate the comment.
This is fascinating Les, there always seems to be something going on in Liverpool.
Les Auld: Thanks Brian, not always but often.

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