This is not just any pantomime – it’s a Jewish pantomime, featuring all the tradition of Panto with Jewish storytelling. Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Pig is traditional Pantomime magic at its best, with classic panto favourites including: sloshing buckets, getting lost in the woods, panto baddies and a catchy finale song sheet! You’ll laugh, dance, sing along, and discover a whole new world of wonder, magic and vegetarian wolves.
“There is of course a cross-dressing Dame-type Bubbah (grandma), played with stunning, tumbling panache by Tiago Fonseca (his backflips and somersaults in and out of the wings are particularly breathtaking).”
A 40min Circus Show with acrobatics, trapeze, juggling and clowning.
Two circus artists decide to have a child – and suddenly the world turns upside down. Trapeze training with sleep deprivation, stage rehearsals with baby brain, piece development while changing nappies. And is mum actually allowed to perform at the club at night while dad puts the child to bed?
Above poster and below photos from the Premiere on the 14 & 15.10.2023 at the Cabuwazi Tempelhof, in Berlin, Germany. Taken by Kerstin Greusing.
When the devil is boiling, things get down to business. Nobody knows what’s on the table – but the ingredients are a clarinet, a cello and lots of percussion. There is singing, but also scrubbing, scraping and, of course, laughing, because the devil knows how to joke. He is the head chef who makes sure that nothing goes wrong.
But even the devil loses control on stage, at the latest when the instruments start to work on their own. A noise comes from every pot, every touch can produce a sound – and in the end everyone has cooked soup together.
Moritz Eggert has prepared a musical theater for young audiences with lots of vegetables, but also with verve and imagination – and it works without words, but is tastefully seasoned.
With the Portuguese artist Tiago Alexandre Fonseca, there is an expressive master chef. He lets the devil be a pretty good man. Lots of body comedy and happy laughter from the premiere children – Stefan Gohlisch
How are we using smartphones? How does our body change when we use a smartphone? Are we more interested in our screens than in person sitting beside us? Are we becoming addicted to our smartphones or are they an extension of our brain or even a public space where we all meet virtually? Are we ever alone? How do we juggle through the impact technology has on our everyday life?
“NoMo” is a one man’s clown show about the contemporary phenomena of Smartphone Addiction. It is about the fear of missing out, in a world where you are no longer really alone.
Corrente D’ Arte is a cultural association that for the past 4 years has been developing in Lisbon many projects, such as Chapéus na Rua and Circo nos Mercados, two events that promote Circus and street arts within the Lisbon Community.
Bridge is a new outdoor experience linking art, engineering and social change.
A Bridge appears in the centre of Grantham, Coventry and Worcester. For three days, the bridge is host to pop-up events and happenings until, on Saturday evening, it becomes the setting for an extraordinary and memorable performance with live theatre, circus, dance and music.
Wander through a vista of flames and chemical reactions made all the more exciting and intriguing through an evocative and informative soundscape. Dr. Kronovator’s Fire Laboratory is a stunning interactive environment with ingenious fire installations for audiences of all ages.
At the centre of the Fire Laboratory Dr. Kronovator and his team prepare their experimental flame and steam-powered contraptions that audiences are invited to activate. The fire laboratory runs for three hours during an evening, with the option of further consecutive nights. Depending on the site, the fire laboratory can be ticketed to control numbers or generate income. It can hold between 200 – 300 people at any one time.