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Coronet International Theatre & Dance
We are a new theatre in Greece, Athens, aiming at featuring international theatre and dance performances.
Phizzical is dedicated to tackling important and risqué issues in vibrant, entertaining and provocative theatrical experiences.
One of the UK’s top Klezmer and East European Roots act. Passionate music for diverse audiences.
A fusion of primitive rhythms and painted performance! Take a pinch of percussion, a drop of devilish dance, add in Victorian gothic theatricality and you?ve got the potent mix that is Battuballet!
Architects of Air
A luminarium is an monumental inflatable walk-in sculpture people enter to be moved to a sense of wonder at the beauty of light and colour.
Since 1992 the luminaria have shown their broad cross-cultural appeal by visiting 40 countries across 5 continents.
Aqueous Humour Theatre Company
Aqueous Humour is a physical street theatre company founded in 2001. The company is available all year round for bookings, for both indoor and outdoor events, and also offers workshop packages.
Using Spanish “Gegant” making techniques, we have produced a piece of ambient theatre featuring four giant musicians and two operatic Divas each over four metres tall & led by a “mortal” musician.
Poles Apart Stilt Co Ltd
Poles apart specialises in live music on stilts,with fabulous themed costumes to boot.
Using the line up of sousaphone, saxophone, drums, and percussion (with 3 part vocal harmony) they recreate popular classics in the genres of disco, rock, heavy metal, soul, motown and many more.
They also have a comedy ground-based band (what a radical idea!) that is called The Iron Boot Scrapers (see www.myspace.com/ironbootscrapers.
Electric Cabaret have a range of acts, costumes and characters. We also create bespoke characters for differant themes.
Little Big Top
A show revealing a world where seeds grow into the most extraordinary plants that battle with alugs and other mischeivous garden pests for survival.
Presenting “Dinamo”: a unique, improvisational installation in which a cycling audience controls the performance.