Adam Jessop will be touring in The Snow Play with Lyngo Theatre company this Christmas.

What would you do if one year Winter decided to stay and moved into your house? You would have icicles in the kitchen and snow all over your bed! Well that’s what happens in our snowy spectacular show where you are guaranteed a white Christmas, no matter what the weather or the time of year!
When Mr Green comes back from holiday to find Mr White in his house it’s the start of a brrrrilliant series of adventures as Mr White covers the whole house in snow and Mr Green does everything he can to get him outside into the garden. The audience gets stuck in too with their own snow, making a snowman and joining in with a massive snowball fight. But it’s getting warmer and, as Mr White stars to melt, the tables might be turning… Snow Play is a showdown between Winter and Spring over who gets to stay and who has to go away!

“Wonderful” ***** Metro “Gales of infantile laughter…Great stuff …a delight.” The Stage

“A fantastic, utterly enchanting show. Children and adults will be captivated.” Evening Standard

“This is a show with real universal appeal for young and old alike… interactive theatre at its best, good old-fashioned non-stop entertainment.” Primary Times

http://m.lyngo.co.uk/eng/contents/view/67/lyngo-theater-snow-play


Hattie Parker & Joceyln Zackon will be dancing in the pre show performance at Twickenham Stadium for the NFL.

It will be at the NFL London Game 4 – on the 29th October

The piece will be choreographed and directed by Darragh O’Leary
Darragh is a choreographer, movement director and workshop leader with many years experience in theatre, ceremonies, and live events.

Choreography credits include Sinbad (New Wolsey), Little Red & The Wolf (Dundee Rep), The Sword in the Stone (New Wolsey), Saturday Night Fever (English Theatre Frankfurt), The Battle of Boat (Rose Kingston), Snoopy (Ivy Arts Centre for GSA), Prodigy (St James for NYMT), Sing to the Flags (Southbank Centre), Passport to Pimlico (Grassroots Productions), Spring Awakening and A Man of No Importance (RCS), Assistant Director and Choreographer on West Side Story (HMP Erlestoke for Pimlico Opera), Red Riding Hood (Everyman), The Lazy Elf (Arts Theatre).


Charlotte Green will be touring Europe with a production of Alice in Wonderland for Dream Park Theatre Company.

You may well be familiar with the various animated or ‘Fairy Tale’ versions of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ but underneath the apparent strange fantasy are many serious topics and themes for discussion.
The story parallels the journey from childhood to adulthood. Alice encounters situations in which adaptability is essential. Her journey is one of bewilderment at the beginning to self confidence and problem solving at the end.
The themes of: language learning, size change, rule learning are all part of her adventure.
Alice is a young girl who wishes for a more exciting world. She takes a magical journey through a rabbit hole to ‘Wonderland’. While there she encounters various characters such as The March Hare, The Mad Hatter, The Queen of Hearts and The White Rabbit. There are many games played during her adventure and she has to learn the ‘rules’; a metaphor for learning new social situations that every child makes as they grow up. Language is a main theme in the play, it can be a great source of joy but also confusion, Carroll plays with the language so Alice has to discern between logic and nonsense.


Chris Britton will be cruising off to Canada with The Juke Box Rogues.

As eclectic as your favourite party playlist, the four handsome guys from ‘JUKEBOX ROGUES’ pride themselves on bringing only the biggest and best tunes to the stage, from Bruno Mars, MJ and Justin Timberlake, to mega hits from Luther Vandross, The Temptations & The Four Tops! Get ready to strut your funky stuff and hit the dance floor as this charismatic group of four fab voices put on a show you won’t forget!

‘JUKEBOX ROGUES’ is the perfect show for Weddings, Corporate functions, Festivals & Parties and is guaranteed to fill the floor every time!


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