What is Rockford’s Rock Opera?

Rockford’s Rock Opera is a series of dramatized musical stories with clear narration, songs and videos.

‘Lost on Infinity’ – The first story from Rockford’s Rock Opera.

Far away in the Sea of Tranquility is the Island of Infinity, home to the world’s lost creatures. Infinity has a secret for the world but Moog, a boy from Battersea in London, and Rockford his dog, are the only one who can deliver its message. Traveling to Infinity Moog and Rockford are drawn into an adventure that threatens the entire human race.

At its heart, Lost on Infinity is a tale about extinction. But it’s a hopeful story that shows that the smallest creatures, and humans, can make the biggest difference.

“Magical” THE OBSERVER
“Amazing” THE TIMES
“Ingenious” THE GUARDIAN
“Gorgeous” WIRED
‘Distant Generation’ (from our story) shows
the importance of all life and why we must
protect and nurture every living thing.
Somewhere out there, an anonymous
creature may have a secret that could save
the world. And we might find that by saving
them, we are actually saving ourselves.
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How to enjoy ‘Lost on Infinity’

The first story from Rockford’s Rock Opera!
Apps

Rockford Rock Opera story book Apps

The whole story with videos and pictures is available in 4 parts in 4 Apple or Android Apps.
A Read-Along version is available too!
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  • Or as an Audiobook:
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DVD
The whole enchanting two and a half-hour story on DVD with pictures, songs, lyrics, and animation. Comes with a lyric booklet too.

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The King of Nowhere

Far away in the Sea of Tranquillity is the Island of Infinity, home to the last one of every extinct animal species. After helping rescue dogs and humans, the sticky Cocklebur Ick must now find a home. But her search brings her into the domain of the mysterious King of Nowhere, the most feared creature on Infinity. A magical musical audio story from Rockford’s Rock Opera.

Hit the play button opposite to be transported to a place where the past meets the present to change the future for the better.
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The Spooo Who Grew

A little evolutionary tale from Rockford’s Rock Opera. On Infinity, the Cocklebur Ick is surprised to see the whole Island has turned out to celebrate someone’s birthday. But who’s birthday is it?! And who could be SO important that every single creature wants to share in the celebrations? Find out now in this little but thought-provoking audio story.
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