Get Ready to be Wowed: A Night of Circus Performances You Don’t Want to Miss!
Are you looking for a night of thought-provoking and engaging theatre? Then mark your calendar for Friday 14th April, when three exciting performances will take place.
First up is “Sea Fever,” presented by Kezia Berret and Liwanu Dodangoda Arachchi. This performance is a physical representation of the poem by John Masefield, taking the audience on a journey to find freedom. With creative choreography and movement, this performance is a unique and captivating interpretation of the poem.
Next, “What Lurks in the Tulgey Wood?” presented by Bee Kirkwood, is an exploration of masculinity and society’s preconceptions of what it means to be a man. Inspired by Bee’s life and Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky,” this performance raises questions about how we define ourselves and what happens when we suppress our true feelings. This mix of drama and physical theatre is sure to leave you thinking long after the show.
Finally, “Dropped Calls” by Natalie Ward is a hilarious comedy clowning show that will have you in stitches from start to finish. Inspired by the challenges of taking a call while juggling, Ward’s performance explores the difficulties of being available to everyone all the time. Through witty humour and playful antics, she tackles the issue of consumerism and the pressures that come with parental expectations. Join Ward on an entertaining journey as she navigates the absurdities of modern life in this must-see show. Don’t miss out on the chance to see this talented performer in action!
All three performances offer unique and creative interpretations of their respective themes, using physical theatre and movement to add a new dimension to the experience. Don’t miss out on this exciting night of theatre on Friday 14th April. Follow them on Instagram or visit their websites for more information on the shows.