One day Manu was fishing when he heard a voice. A fish promised to save him if Manu saved him now. Manu thought, how can a minnow like you save a man like me? What he didn’t realise was a great storm was brewing. This ancient Indian flood myth of the little fish who saved the world took place in a tent and was told with shadow puppets projected onto its walls. This was a stormy story for young audiences.
Little Fish, Big Storm was developed by RipStop Production as part of Half Moon’s Exchange for Change programme in 2004 and subsequently went on to tour nationally in 2005.