The Great Fete Music Hall
Commissioned by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Arts Council England in 2014. Directed by Tony Lidington of Prom-Prom. The Great Fete was an event in Exeter commemorating the outbreak of the First World War.
With Tony Lidington AKA Uncle Tacko, drumming up crowds for the Dum-Tink and Uncle Tacko's Flea Circus at Morecambe Kite Festival 2015.
Psychic Stephanie, a clairvoyant walkabout character. Photo taken at The Late Shows, Newcastle in 2015.
A Let's Circus musical walkabout on stilts.
Let's Circus' The Potheads
At Mouth of the Tyne Festival 2015.
Theatre In Pictures
A Circonnection residency led by Jose Piris bringing together artists from across Europe to train clown, chorus and mime culminating in a weekend of choral play in the streets of Sot De Chera festival.
Historical Entertainment at Beamish
Joining forces with Backscratch Theatre, we produced a programme of Victorian and Georgian popular entertainments including a mummer's play performed in the pub and a Georgian singing group at the Farm House.
Munch & Crunch
A travelling outdoor show for family audiences featuring puppetry storytelling, magic and live music. All performed from a traditional travelling vardo with a pop up puppet booth on the back! We toured festivals and schools across the UK.
Following Reviving the Seaside, our troupe The Pier-Echoes were engaged to feature on BBC 2's Edwardian Farm. Here we are being filmed in Lynmouth Beach.
Under The Pier
Reviving the Seaside. Here we are under Paignton Pier. I'm the one with the saxophone. Photo credit: Jim Wileman.
Reviving the Seaside
Funded by AHRC, this practical research project asked whether an Edwardian style Pierrot troupe could develop contemporary material for 21st century seaside communities. Under the guidance of Dr. Jane Milling at Exeter University and Tony Lidington of Promenade Promotions, we developed static and walkabout routines then set out on a mission to serenade anyone and everyone from lovely octogenarians on park benches to raucous crowds of hundreds! Photo credit: Jim Wileman.