It’s 1699. Lemuel Gulliver sets sail from England for lands unknown. Shipwrecked, he finds himself to be a powerful giant in one land, a tiny plaything in another. Then, abandoned by his crew, he discovers a flying island, and a strange world where men are beasts ruled by beautiful, civilised horses. Meanwhile, Gulliver’s daughter Molly waits at home for his return, and to hear his extraordinary tale. But Gulliver’s adventures have changed him forever… Can Molly help him truly return to the world he left behind?
Dragon Breath and Curve bring Swift’s tale to life for modern audiences with their celebrated epic, visual performance style, award-winning playwright Peter Rumney’s funny and powerful play.