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The Great Endangered Fish Race by The House of Fairy Tales

May 27, 2011 by Georgia

Selfridges ~ 400 Oxford Street ~ London W1A 1AB

Monday 30 May, Tuesday 31 May, Wednesday 1 June 9.30 am - 6 pm

As part of Selfridges’ pioneering Project Ocean campaign to ban endangered fish from its menu, suppliers and retail outlets, The House of Fairy Tales will be taking up residency for three days in the Ultra Lounge to present their first ever fully interactive theatrical production.

Taking the form of a treasure map adventure trail, full of Ancient Greek mythology and 19th Century visual narratives seen through a modern-futuristic sci-fi perspective, this game is designed to raise awareness of the issues around endangered fish and threats to the eco-systems of the ocean as well as to celebrate our magical underwater landscapes.