The Jellyfish Theatre in the UK Will be Made from Recycled Materials

By: manzil - Published: Jun 12, 2010   Updated: Jun 23 2011 • References: whatsonstage & thestage
The Jellyfish Theatre will be made from recycled and scrap materials donated by the public and salvaged from building sites. Berlin-based architects Köbberling and Kaltwasser will construct the Jellyfish Theatre and it will take six to eight weeks to complete the eco-friendly project.

The theatre will open as a an exhibition space in July, and in September it will be used as -- you guessed it -- a theatre.

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