Sea Stories: Live from 2050

Embark on an aquatic adventure with Live from 2050, an immersive podcast that explores three thriving ocean habitats in a future era of abundance and marine conservation.  

Scan the code, take a deep breath, and dive into the future of our oceans. 

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Launched to mark World Oceans Day on 8th June, Live from 2050 is the first in a series of audio

'Sea Stories' created by The Great Imagining in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum.

 

The immersive podcast follows two time-travellers as they enter the oceans of 2050.

With new protective laws having allowed a biodiverse seascape to flourish, you will experience

a world of giant kelp forests, barnacled scientists and futurist submarines piloted by young

marine ambassadors .

For full nautical immersion, experience Live from 2050 as you traverse the Maritime Museum’s

Map room, where the podcast will be available to download via QR code from

Saturday 5th June 2021.  To visit the Museum, you will need to book a free ticket at:

 

https://www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/national-maritime-museum/world-oceans-day-2021/seastories 

 

and please remember to bring your own set of headphones.

 

Live from 2050 has been devised and performed by writer & comedian Robin Clyfan and storyteller Oliver Wallace, with music by Oscar-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton and acclaimed

folk musician Sam Lee, as well as contributions from young performers Zi Burkinshaw and

Maya Mestern.

 

The project is inspired by 30x30, the campaign to protect 30% of the world’s oceans by 2030

And if you can’t make it to the Museum, we are also making Live from 2050 available as a free download. Scan the QR code, take a deep breath, and dive in to the future of our oceans!

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