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The girl who stopped the world 

Everything is made of the same material - Me and you, dog shit and space dust

Can a magical world be born out of the trash we throw away? Recycling, imagination, transformation .......


Dealing with big challenges often requires the courage to dive into unspoken depths. The Girl Who Stopped the World is a captivating visual experience for young and old. Fabulous creativity goes hand in hand with a simmering imagination! The audience is led from one world to another that is each other more interesting, bizarre, and beautiful. The girl's story is unpredictable and exciting but at the same time pleasantly familiar.

Performed in the Reykjavik City Theatre 2021

Visual poetry performance 

by Helga Arnalds and Lior Soltz

improvising with music and visual performance poetry working with paper, ink, water, movement, and shadows.

Silence and contemplative moments are now luxury items in our world. We see a hunger for the magical, the poetic, the not immediately explicable or understandable... 

Performed in the Icelandic Academy of the Arts in 2021

The girl

with the blue hair 

Helga Arnalds performer and Jiri Ospalík musician working with the embodied stories and the choreography of ‘cheap techniques’ proposed by Matteo Fargion.
"We humans find our way by story. Our stories shape us, hold us and give meaning to our lives. " - Martin Shaw  - Contemporary Storyteller
Performed in the Icelandic Academy of the Arts in 2021
The Monster my
little SisteR 
Symphony Concert for children

with music by Eivør Pálsdóttir, Symphonic Orchestra, and a children’s choir.


A musical experience of high artistic quality for young children.


An unconventional symphony concert where the music, the storytelling, and the visual elements work together in creating an affecting experience for the children based on the theatre performance and the book by Helga Arnalds with music by Eivör Pálsdóttir and illustrations by Björk Bjarkadóttir.

Performed with the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra in Harpa Concert hall 2017

The Three Bears 

A Phantasy by Eric Coates (1928)

A visual Symphony Concert for children


Music by Eric Coates

illustrations by Helga Arnalds

The story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears lends itself admirably to picturesque instrumental treatment and the fact that every hearer is familiar with the story will make this work easily intelligible without words.

Performed with the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra in Harpa Concert hall 2017

The Monster my little Sister 
A solo performance played by Helga Arnalds. A highly imaginative and entertaining show that will appeal to families and anyone interested in the creative process.  It is a story about a boy who just got a little sister. The little sister turns out to be a monster and to save his parents the boy has to travel through dark woods and dangerous dragon trails to the end of the world. 
Premiered in the Noric House in Reykjavik 2012
Toured the world 2012 - 2018


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