Street entertainers, walkabout entertainment and stilt walkers.
Watching Me Watching YouThe audience is made into its own entertainment by a man with a TV for a head, a couch potato fascinated with passers by, and a video camera hidden in surprising places… Co-commissioned by the Millennium Dome and the National Street Arts Festival, this is a multimedia feast involving state-of-the-art technology and performance skills honed around the world. It’s possible to display a pre-made video on the screen, as well as broadcast-quality, live footage from a mobile, hidden, wireless, colour video camera.
The Better Halves
A drama is made out of a crisis as two lovers balance acrobatically on the brink of a fiery end. A comic affair involving acromantic shenanigans, wayward children, and a box of tricks, as big as the imagination. Right up your street! Street theatre - circle show. Suitable for audiences of all ages at outdoor festivals and other events.
Gabs and Lucinda, two stilted fallen angels go earthwalk. Culture, shock and temptation lie in wait… Attempts at flight and communication with Number 1 are not always fruitful.
The Last of the Mohicans
A live statue of a national icon - a concrete Mohican punk, tended by Dora the museum cleaning lady and accompanied by Deefer the dog. Audiences are gripped by the enchanting subtlety of the minimalist, standabout theatre. It brings magic and surprises to almost any location, climaxing in a fountain.