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.

Lemon Tuesday – so good to be hear

We’d love you to see us at Watford Museum as part of the Watford Fringe. We’ll be singing pop and show tune favourites and it’s our first concert in 2021 so we can’t wait. See you at 3pm on the 3rd October!

Admission free but we’ll be collecting donations to raise funds for Rennie Grove Hospice.

Magic to Die For

Magician and member of the world famous Magic Circle, Paul Regan brings his anarchic humour and love of board games to the stage to create ‘Magic to Die For’. Whether you’re an avid gaming geek or only ever gather round the table for a yearly family argument over the monopoly board, this is a show full of fun, wonder, and plenty of magic.

Suitable for all ages
Some assembly required

Magic to Die For

Magician and member of the world famous Magic Circle, Paul Regan brings his anarchic humour and love of board games to the stage to create ‘Magic to Die For’. Whether you’re an avid gaming geek or only ever gather round the table for a yearly family argument over the monopoly board, this is a show full of fun, wonder, and plenty of magic.

Suitable for all ages
Some assembly required

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

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

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.

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.

Oedipus the King

Thebes is suffering. A disease is plaguing the land. The people of Thebes want help and demand answers but are caught between squabbling leaders, who are full of their own self-importance and are blind to the truth. Despite being first performed over 2 millennia ago, Sophocles’ Oedipus the King can still engage with contemporary audiences, probably never more so than right now!

Oedipus the King

Thebes is suffering. A disease is plaguing the land. The people of Thebes want help and demand answers but are caught between squabbling leaders, who are full of their own self-importance and are blind to the truth. Despite being first performed over 2 millennia ago, Sophocles’ Oedipus the King can still engage with contemporary audiences, probably never more so than right now!