The Polar Bears Go, Go, Go!


The Polar Bears are back with another adventure and this time they are off on their holidays. What could go wrong? Join the very lovable but slightly hapless duo as they set off on their holiday adventures. Will they ever reach their destination? Or are they just going around in circles?

Have your ticket ready, find your seat, fasten your seatbelt and anchors aweigh – take off and go, go, go!

The Polar Bears Go, Go, Go is a very funny and beguiling show without words for children aged 2-5. With friendship at its heart, this deaf-friendly show explores the joy and confusion of navigating stations, airports, suitcases, and all the different ways to go, go, go! Combining exquisite physical humour and clowning with vivid storytelling, the bungling pair find themselves in all sorts of hilarious travel-related situations. Sometimes a holiday is all about the journey, not the destination…


Stay tuned! The Polar Bears Go, Go, Go is touring Scotland in 2021! 

A Unicorn/The Polar Bears Production


By Ivor MacAskill and Fiona Manson
Director Lee Lyford
Designer Claire Halleran
Lighting Designer Sam Waddington
Composer & Sound Designer Greg Sinclair

Originally created as a Unicorn Production in association with The Polar Bears. The very first performances showcased between March to April 2019 at Unicorn Theatre, London.

WINNER at The OFFIES : The Off-West End Theatre award for best production for young people aged 0-7.

"The Polar Bears are silly and childish, but that’s really a compliment. Their new show has been made for an audience of 2- to 5-year-olds and they know exactly what will connect with and please them."

British Theatre Guide

“Entertaining and enjoyable third instalment of the polar bear adventure show for young children”

The Stage

"What a delightful adventure – brilliant design, endearing performers and gorgeous lighting and sound design. It definitely captivated the little ones!”

Audience member on Twitter

A Unicorn/The Polar Bears production

Created and Performed by Ivor MacAskill and Fiona Manson and directed by Lee Lyford.

For dates and further info, contact: Sarah Gray, Producer, Scottish Theatre Producers