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London International Mime Festival

Eggs, elves and an evil bunny are the main players in puppetry company Les Antliaclastes’ Waltz of the Hommelettes, an imaginatively sinister but frustratingly...

The latest show by Green Ginger, the 40-year-old visual theatre company known for their intricate puppetry, is set in a near future in which...

Time Is Love – Finborough Theatre, London The Finborough kicks off its year with Che Walker’s Time Is Love, starring and featuring music by the magnificent,...

For more than four decades, the London International Mime Festival has welcomed performers from all over the globe, but this year it is bringing...

Belgian collective FC Bergman took the title of its mime-meets-cinema spectacular, 300 el x 50 el x 30 el, from the dimensions of Noah’s...

The photo of Buster Keaton on the wall is a clue. Jakop Ahlbom’s inspiration for Lebensraum derives from silent comedies and cinematic slapstick. But...

There are a surprisingly large number of ways to water a plant. For former tightrope-walker Nacho Flores, the solution is more complex than most....

There’s nothing comforting about Mother (Moeder), by Gabriela Carrizo and her company Peeping Tom. In this strange and unsettling piece of dance theatre, laced...

For all its wit and whimsy, the world of Betes de Foire – Petit Theatre de Gestes, created and performed by Elsa de Witte...
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