A gritty streetwise adaptation of Briar Rose, set in a kingdom devastated by unemployment and famine where few survive alone and gangs are the norm.
This intensive session will provide an insight into how Colette Garrigan, Director of the French Puppet company Akselere, approaches her work, and how she combines object and shadow theatre to enhance narrative.
Inspired by Chagall’s drawing titled Grandfather’s House, and a tall clock built by her own Grandfather, this is Colette Garrigan’s gentle and magical interpretation of childhood visits to her own grandfather’s house with a nod to the circus along the way.
Join poet John Hegley on a humorous journey through his living library of poems, songs, stories and animal drawings.
A secluded island hotel just off the English coast becomes a crime scene, as a scandalinducing femme-fatale is felled. All the guests on the island are suspects, but are they alone and is this the first crime this idyllic island has witnessed?
The ancient world is gripped by a seemingly interminable war. With the men of Athens serving in the forces, the women of the city can take no more.
Hilarious and surreal, McGough is a poet of many voices. His latest book It Never Rains is a collection of new verses with drawings by the author.
The culmination of a brand new creative challenge to Nottingham’s young theatre makers, in which each group will have created an original 15-minute performance using the same toolbox kit as their inspirational starting point.
Keepy Uppy is a play for the 2018 World Cup year, for football fans, non-football fans, children and families.
With his personal and innovative approach, which seamlessly blends traditional flamenco palos from tangos to soléa, Liñán brings raw power, determination and artistry that will delight UK audiences.
The inimitable Wendy Cope will charm and amuse you with her wry, ironic poetry – sharp and punchy, soft and contemplative.
Last Resort is the alternative future for Guantanamo Bay. You’ll sit in a deckchair, you’ll get a rum cocktail on arrival and you’ll feel the sand between your toes.