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Looking for John

Looking for John

Looking for John. Written and performed by Tony Timberlake. As I watched him, it was me gliding, spinning, twisting and turning, every gesture so precise and expressive. 1976. 19 million people watched Birmingham-born skater John Curry win Olympic gold. Just hours after his victory, John was outed by the tabloids, but his iconic Olympic routine and the extraordinary life that followed changed one young boy's life forever. Looking For John is a powerful, heartfelt and comic story of one man's Continue Reading

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

If you go down to the woods today... you might get more than you wished for. Fairy tale characters meet and clash as they pursue their happily ever afters. There are lessons to be learnt, dangers to avoid and dreams to be chased in the woods. What happens after happily ever after? Contentment? Happiness? Or, more wishing? In the woods, as in life, it's easy to stray from the path. There are consequences, responsibilities... and a rather annoyed giantess to deal with. 'A great show to start off a Continue Reading

Kokdu: The Soul Mate

Kokdu: The Soul Mate

Come and experience Korean storytelling at its very best. Inspired by Korean traditional shamanistic rituals and beliefs, Kokdu is a visually stunning storytelling performance that encompasses traditional folk songs and movement with exotic Korean mask and shadow work along with beautiful costumes. Traditionally, Kokdu is a wooden figurine that accompanies and guides the dead to their afterlife providing friendship, companionship, spiritual guidance, protection and entertainment along the way. A Continue Reading

Slooshy Wordshow

Slooshy Wordshow

Appearing as performance poet Greg Byron. His poems reflect life's confusions and cruelties, from social comment to quantum physics, with a grimace, a twinkle and a wry pointy finger! Poetry and prose... From witty to wistful, outraged to downright angry... Following 2016's hits The Six-Sided Man and Escape From the Planet of the Day That Time Forgot! (Phew!) Greg has performed in the USA, the UK, Australia and Japan, on beaches, in bars, bookshops, tents and forests... 'Performs with a subtle Continue Reading

Sigma

Sigma

The iconic Gandinis return with Sigma, celebrating the dialogue between juggling, percussion and dance. The piece showcases exuberant rhythms, patterns and colours, at the heart of which is a unique interpretation of the classical south Indian dance form, Bharatanatyam. Using a mirrored set, this reflective and dynamic show is a cleverly crafted circus and dance production at the heart of which is a mesmerising flirtation between rich and tangible art forms. Performed by a virtuosic cast Continue Reading

Gratiano

Gratiano

Bassanio has been murdered and, under suspicion, Gratiano is forced to revisit his fascist past. He was never the hero – just a minor character, the plucky comic relief – but he never thought he played the villain. Set in post-war Italy, this challenging sequel to William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice explores the politics of prejudice in the modern age and asks just how Mussolini managed to use democracy to turn a people against themselves. *****(BritishTheatreGuide). **** Continue Reading

Soweto Gospel Choir

Soweto Gospel Choir

Two-time Grammy award-winning Soweto Gospel Choir brings together South Africa’s greatest singers, performing gospel and their unique interpretations of international classics in eight of South Africa’s official languages. With soaring harmonies and that distinct South African sound, this performance is a truly extraordinary musical experience. In well over 1,000 live performances, Soweto Gospel Choir has brought joy into the lives of audiences all around the world and performed for and Continue Reading

My Name is Irrelevant

My Name is Irrelevant

In a world created by your imagination it can be difficult to work out what is fictional and what is reality. A man gives a lecture about all of the people he has met in his life, but as he delves deeper into his mind things start to unravel. As the stories escalate the audience start to see the inner workings of a confused brain and that the exterior doesn't always reflect what's buried inside. Vibrant new writing, accompanied by an original live score tackling the subject of isolation and Continue Reading

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