We are very proud to announce that we will be exploring Rural and Outdoor Theatre for another 2 years with our European Partners:
Shoshin Theatre Association
Soltis Lajos Színház
Teatro Tascabile Di Bergamo
We just heard that Erasmus + have continued our funding and we will now be involving Take Art
We will be performing our new children’s show ‘The Day I Learnt To Swim’ 4:30pm Friday 28th and 10:30am Saturday 29th July at Port Eliot in the Hullabaloo Family Area.
Granny is busy knitting and grandpa busy fishing when they realise they’ve lost their granddaughter. Where could she be? Come and help them find her!
We are very excited to be sharing At Sea after three weeks of Arts Council funded Research and Development and to be supporting the brilliant Dartington Community Day by bringing over our European project partners. All performances are free. Click here for more info
Come and Marvel at the Incredible Life of Marie Marvingt:
Friday 18th March: Crediton Arts Centre
Saturday 19th March: Milton Abbot Village Hall
Sunday 20th March: Plymtree Village Hall Café Theatre
Friday 1st April: Salisbury Playhouse Theatre Fest West 2016
Come journey into the depths with a work-in-progress of our new show. We are excited to be sharing stories of selkies, sea deities, longing and despair and three, beardy fishermen through multi-lingual, musical, physical theatre and puppetry.
The Barbican, Plymouth at 5pm Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th January
Click here to book your tickets…
Researching and Developing a new show about The Sea…
Saturday 26th September in THE ROTHERFOLD SQUARE, Totnes
1pm Delicious food, drink and live music
2pm Head in the Clouds: The Peregrinations of Marie Marvingt
3:15 Rosie Race’s children’s theatre workshop
Book your child’s place at the acting workshop www.facebook.com/rotherfold or email Rosie on email@example.com