Theatre Re11 - 13 Jan
Les Antliaclastes11 - 13 Jan
WALTZ OF THE HOMMELETTES
Fri 11 - Sun 13 Jan
Fri - Sat at 8pm, Sat at 3pm,
Sun at 5pm
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Runs: 60 mins
/ no interval
Age Guidance: 12+
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Tel: 020 8341 4421
Sat 12 Jan
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Workshop: Sun 13 Jan
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In a not-too-distant future, people can buy personal cleaners called Intronauts - miniaturized human workers injected into their bodies in order to carry out essential maintenance. But just how much do we actually want to know about what goes on inside ourselves?
Green Ginger's new show is a story of advancing technology, big syringes and a tiny submarine. Taking its cue from classic sci-fi movies and fuelled by absurd visual comedy, animated sets and innovative puppetry, Intronauts
offers an intoxicating inner body experience that is out of this world. Join them for a trip that really gets under the skin; after all, what could possibly go wrong?
Founded in 1978, Green Ginger has toured from the Far East to South America, from the Arctic to the Indian Ocean. Its collaborators include such major organisations as Welsh National Opera and Aardman Animations and its patron is film director and Monty Python founding member, Terry Gilliam.
reunites Green Ginger with composer Simon Preston, whose work with the company includes Slaphead
(1997), Bambi - The Wilderness Years
(2000) and Rust
"There’s always something wonderfully anarchic about Green Ginger...an inspired mix of art and lunacy"
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
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"Set design, sound and light is brilliant… Green Ginger succeeds in taking the audience both into the future and the body. Funny and sobering… a fantastic journey through stage art and fantasy"
"“What a show! Marvellous, spot on down to the detail, but still playful - and sooo funny. We loved it. People - you don’t want to miss out on this”
Hege Fjeld, audience member Norway
"A grotesque, darkly funny show...engaging, rude and quite mad"
The Fix (on Outpost)
A co-production with Nordland Visual Theatre (Norway)
Presented in association with Jacksons Lane
Devised by the Company
Director: Emma Williams
Composer: Simon Preston
Devising Performers: Adam Fuller, Emma Keaveney-Roys, Chris Pirie
Design: Chris Pirie
Animation: Emma Windsor
Dramaturg: Adam Fuller
Lighting Design: Marianne Thallaug Wedset
Creative Producer: Kate McStraw
Photos: M. Dawson