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A Weasel in love
Love is lost and found in this muppet fiasco as our protagonist seeks a new furry friend. With music from Pascale Comelade’s…
Homespun in Kendal
“Homespun in Kendal” is a project that celebrates ‘making and mending’ through community learning and sharing of knitting and stitching skills, whilst encouraging the rescue and re-use of textiles and yarns.
Madam Bridgets Caravan of Curiosity
After years of travelling the road enthralling audiences from all walks of life, Madam Bridget has gone back to her roots. Once…
Ian Douglas is a Storyteller and Theatre Maker living and working in West Cumbria.
The Q is a celebration of the Art of Queuing. Four orange-clad Queue Enhancement Specialists – working for the mysterious Q Corporation…
Brakes & Beats
A stunt bike dance to beat-box beats, pedal-powered by the audience. There is a taster session for bikers and beat-boxers on 20…
Circomedia 3rd year students present Doo-Lolly. These experts of guidance will ensure the safe passage of each and every person they encounter,…
Founded over twenty years ago, Circomedia is an internationally respected centre of excellence for contemporary circus with physical performance training in Bristol.
Barbara Nices Amazing Arty Adventure
The Stockport housewife with a heart of gold, aka comedian Janice Connolly, will accompany an intrepid band of art lovers on an…
Join Mrs Barbara Nice as she leads a cracking comedy tour through the wonderful world of art.
Local dancers and projections bring this former industrial area to new life, exploring the explores the space between movement and locality.
Street shows and walkabout blending juggling, clowning, comedy and audience participation with a classic vaudevillian twist
Professor Pumpernickels Superdooper Science Show
Roll up, roll up and witness the greatest show on Earth. Starring exotic chemical compounds, unfathomable physics phenomena and some really rubbish…
The idea here is to enthuse people about science via a unique and entertaining theatrical experience. Yes, its educational, but it certainly isnt boring and If you like fire, explosions, loads of mess and mind bending magic, youll love Pumpernickel.
Old classics and new inventions are performed and shared with much enthusiasm and humour. Often requiring the help of audience volunteers (especially the really messy bits!).