Spring is in the air and we’re delighted to be touring a whopping 5 shows around the country this season including a Premiere and a tour to Germany.
Black Beauty heads to USA
The award-winning Black Beauty has trotted across the pond to The New Victory Theater in New York from 16 – 25 March. Hamish is currently getting comfy in his horsebox for the trip and chomping at the bit to take a bite out of the Big Apple.
Space Ape UK Premiere
We have a very special Easter treat in store for you and part of the Edinburgh Science Festival and Puppet Animation Festival – brand new work Space Ape, performed by the wonderful storyteller Andy Cannon. The show will premiere at Perth Theatre on 5 & 6 April followed by visits to Scottish Storytelling centre, Edinburgh 7 April and Cumbernauld Theatre 14 April. Using everyday objects and animations, Space Ape will take young audiences on a journey through art, science, and philosophy, and on a mission with a very special Ape. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more details coming soon.
Fringe hit Turntable by Michael John McCarthy and Martin O’Connor heads out on tour this spring. So, if you missed it at the Fringe last year, now’s your chance to join us at a venue near you. We’re thrilled to announce that the show will have its first visit outside the UK at the Here & Now festival in Mannheim, Germany 3- 6 May. Visit www.turntable33.com for more information on the show and full tour dates.
Is This a Dagger? The Story of Macbeth UK Tour
If you missed Is This a Dagger? The Story of Macbeth – also at last year’s Fringe – it will be touring in May/June to The Spark Festival in Leicester, Wheee Festival, Nottingham and to Full House, Bedford. Performer, Andy Cannon, distils the essence of this epic play into a one-man, one-hour version, and is the perfect introduction for newcomers or a fresh take for Shakespeare enthusiasts.
Stick by Me – new show by Andy Manley on tour
Heading out around the UK to Imaginate and Wheee Festival is the quirky new show by Andy Manley Stick by Me – a show about friendship and play, and the importance of treasuring little things, created by Andy Manley and Ian Cameron, co-creators of international hit show White.