Flood is an extraordinary year-long epic commissioned for Hull 2017 that will be told online, live in Hull and on BBC television.

It’s been created by the ground-breaking Leeds-based theatre company Slung Low, directed by artistic director Alan Lane and written by award-winning playwright James Phillips.

One day it starts to rain and no-one knows why. And it doesn’t stop. Far out on the North Sea a fisherman raises a girl in his net, miraculously alive from the deep sea. Is she one of the migrants now washing up on English shores? Or someone sent for some higher purpose?

Part 2 of Flood took place on Victoria Dock in Hull throughout April with a high octane story brought to life by an award-winning team of actors, technicians, crew and volunteers.

Part 3 of the story will be appeared on the BBC last summer before the concluding part 4 returned to Victoria Dock alongside part 2 in the following October.