The Boy Who Cried Wolf 2013
Produced by the Bristol Old Vic, directed by Sally Cookson
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A free outdoor spectacular telling the story of Homer's classic Odyssey. Set on a giant map of Ancient Greece with multiple levels. Played to one thousand people every night for a three and a half week run.
A large scale site specific retelling of the entire story of Greenham Common, from a pastoral place of beauty to a stark 1980s air base. Seen through the eyes of a local girl who grew up through the Cold War
This performance is about the invention of the safety match.
This show was an adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's Aesops Fables.
An outdoor version of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic, directed by Sally Cookson. The set was creatred outside the theatre during the restoration of the main auditorioum, and inhabits the street to the full width of the theatre. Showing until August 26 2011.
This was a striking contemporary version of the story of Jesus, written by Ron Hutchinson and set within the bombed out ruins of Coventry's beautiful cathederal.
A 45 minute extravaganza with sellotape, pyro, beautiful music, an arialist and a 100 ft mobile crane. See it if you can!
- The Odyssey, in The Scoop, London 2017
- Greenham Common, War and Peace 2017
- Stockton International Riverside Festival 2015
- The Boy Who Cried Wolf 2013
- Treasure Island 2011
- Coventry Mysteries 2006
- Sticky 2002
- Rock and Pop
- Art Installations