Time to Celebrate our return to ‘normality’ with the Bluebird Belles – the best thing since the Andrews Sisters – and more!
Dracula (in Space) Odyssey. Performed by Bowjangles who are a string quartet who can really play. They dance whilst they play. They sing whilst they play. They leap, tumble, juggle and joke whilst they play.
One for the younger folk! FREE!
From the company that brought us The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps last winter, we are pleased to be able to promote their brand new virtual venture – The Chronicles of Atom and Luna.
In addition fantastic theatre over the phone we are also pleased to share links with you where you can watch filmed dance performances online:
Each show will be available to watch for free on the National Rural Touring Forum website for a week, with the Q&A’s taking place on the Wednesday afternoon. You will need to book your place in advance to attend any of the Q&As using the Eventbrite ticket link below.
Border Tales, Luca Silvestrini’s Protein Show available online from Friday 9th – Thursday 15th October (inclusive) at: Here
National Q&A session Wednesday 14th October, register to attend via Eventbrite: Here
Border Tales looks at Brexit Britain seen through the eyes of an international cast and gazes satirically on stereotypical thinking about migrant outsiders and bigoted homelanders.
The Headwrap Diaries, Uchenna Dance Show available online Friday 16th – Thursday 22nd October (inclusive): Here
National Q&A session Wednesday 21st October, register to attend via Eventbrite: Here
Hair – worn long, worn short, worn wavy or in braids – is the subject of The Head Wrap Diaries, a funny and uplifting dance theatre. The show is set in a hair salon and is about people and their ongoing relationship with hair.
Elephant In The Room, Lanre Malalou Show available online from Friday 23rd – Thursday 29th October (inclusive): Here
National Q&A session Wednesday 28th October, register to attend via Eventbrite: Here
The show takes a sharp sideways look at the insidious stigma around mental health issues, asking how race, class and culture can affect the way we choose to address them. And what happens when we don’t…
We hope you manage to join in with these fantastic offerings and to welcome you back in the community centre when the situation allows