Annette Gregory and Friends: Jazz and Me

Annette Gregory is a jazz singer who is blessed with incredible vocal tones that are rich, smooth and full of soul.

Annette will be reflecting on her musical Journey, into Jazz.  Annette successful Ella tour, Ladies of Jazz tour,  has proven her jazz credentials. Annette now wants to share the full insight into, her musical heritage of reggae and soul music, Giving some of her favourite songs a jazz feel, but still leave room for those classic jazz standards.

SORROW

A wonderful and philosophical performance. Retained and drawn movements alternate with powerful and expressive dance phrases. At the same time, the narrator tells a story. He lets the words float on a soundscape. Dance, sound, image and voice coexist in a democratic way. Four elements are the equal. This is in contrast to the story based on The Vice-consul by Marguerite Duras and the lithograph of the same name by Vincent van Gogh: SORROW. About a young girl who has to leave the country where she was born. Homeless, hungry and no protection.

*** Due to unforeseen circumstances this show has been moved to an online only performance ***

Paprika

Paprika is the UK’s leading Balkan band. Hailing from Serbia, Romania and the UK, the six members comprise the unusual instrumentation of violin, two accordions, guitar, bass and percussion. The virtuosity and immediacy of their performances has taken them to a great variety of venues, from classical concert halls to raucous club nights.

RUPTURED DUCK – THE AUDIO PLAY

All Fiona has ever dreamed of is to be on stage. When she is performing she becomes alive. There’s just one problem…she has stills disease which has forced her to live her life in a wheelchair.

Inspired by the experiences of artist Sophie Weaver and featuring a cast of both disabled and no-disabled performers about following your dreams and overcoming obstacles.

Part of the Ruptured Duck Theatre Project which explored disability and accessibility in the arts.

Written and Directed by award-winning Playwright Alfie James and featuring art work by Jacob Anderson.

Spaces

Spaces is an anthology of audio plays where each immersive story draws you into a different audio location. Born from a world in lockdown, many of the plays deal with themes of isolation and connection. Exploring ordinary spaces – a toilet cubicle, a car, a bath, a corridor, IKEA – each short play invites you to enjoy extraordinary and intimate stories.
Written by emerging script writers in an experimental and exploratory workshop convention, the project aimed to use sound and performance to bring theatre to remote audiences. The plays reflect the wonderful breadth of what audio theatre has to offer.
Your ticket purchase provides access to the full collection of audio plays and you can access them anytime up to 5th October

Spaces

Spaces is an anthology of audio plays where each immersive story draws you into a different audio location. Born from a world in lockdown, many of the plays deal with themes of isolation and connection. Exploring ordinary spaces – a toilet cubicle, a car, a bath, a corridor, IKEA – each short play invites you to enjoy extraordinary and intimate stories.
Written by emerging script writers in an experimental and exploratory workshop convention, the project aimed to use sound and performance to bring theatre to remote audiences. The plays reflect the wonderful breadth of what audio theatre has to offer.
Your ticket purchase provides access to the full collection of audio plays and you can access them anytime up to 5th October

Spaces

Spaces is an anthology of audio plays where each immersive story draws you into a different audio location. Born from a world in lockdown, many of the plays deal with themes of isolation and connection. Exploring ordinary spaces – a toilet cubicle, a car, a bath, a corridor, IKEA – each short play invites you to enjoy extraordinary and intimate stories.
Written by emerging script writers in an experimental and exploratory workshop convention, the project aimed to use sound and performance to bring theatre to remote audiences. The plays reflect the wonderful breadth of what audio theatre has to offer.
Your ticket purchase provides access to the full collection of audio plays and you can access them anytime up to 5th October

Spaces

Spaces is an anthology of audio plays where each immersive story draws you into a different audio location. Born from a world in lockdown, many of the plays deal with themes of isolation and connection. Exploring ordinary spaces – a toilet cubicle, a car, a bath, a corridor, IKEA – each short play invites you to enjoy extraordinary and intimate stories.
Written by emerging script writers in an experimental and exploratory workshop convention, the project aimed to use sound and performance to bring theatre to remote audiences. The plays reflect the wonderful breadth of what audio theatre has to offer.
Your ticket purchase provides access to the full collection of audio plays and you can access them anytime up to 5th October

Spaces

Spaces is an anthology of audio plays where each immersive story draws you into a different audio location. Born from a world in lockdown, many of the plays deal with themes of isolation and connection. Exploring ordinary spaces – a toilet cubicle, a car, a bath, a corridor, IKEA – each short play invites you to enjoy extraordinary and intimate stories.
Written by emerging script writers in an experimental and exploratory workshop convention, the project aimed to use sound and performance to bring theatre to remote audiences. The plays reflect the wonderful breadth of what audio theatre has to offer.
Your ticket purchase provides access to the full collection of audio plays and you can access them anytime up to 5th October

Teddy Bears’ Picnic

Let’s All Dance is delighted to present this super treat for young audiences. Combining classical ballet, physical theatre, gorgeous visuals and crystal-clear story telling, this fresh dance company pitches another production perfectly to engage and enthrall all children, including those with special needs.

Our teddies would love you to join them as they eat, dance, play and have fun! Little ones can bring their own teddy, clap along and have their photo taken with the dancers!

Running time: 30 mins + photo opportunity

Suitable for all, especially 0 – 8 years, families, children with special needs