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Oct
8
Sat
Little Red Riding Hood @ Jacksons Lane
Oct 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
(c) Alex Brenner

Suitable for ages 3 – 8

A wardrobe can take you to magical spaces, to all sorts of stories and wonderful places. Lyngo’s is a portal to the wild wood where something is roaming the forest, animals are mysteriously going missing and a little girl has just received a beautiful red cloak from her granny. Open the doors and it all comes alive through puppetry, songs and music from hidden hatches and secret compartments.

All the better to thrill you with!

“50 minutes of pure childhood joy!” number9reviews

Little Red Riding Hood @ Jacksons Lane
Oct 8 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
(c) Alex Brenner

Suitable for ages 3 – 8

A wardrobe can take you to magical spaces, to all sorts of stories and wonderful places. Lyngo’s is a portal to the wild wood where something is roaming the forest, animals are mysteriously going missing and a little girl has just received a beautiful red cloak from her granny. Open the doors and it all comes alive through puppetry, songs and music from hidden hatches and secret compartments.

All the better to thrill you with!

“50 minutes of pure childhood joy!” number9reviews

Oct
9
Sun
Little Red Riding Hood @ Jacksons Lane
Oct 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
(c) Alex Brenner

Suitable for ages 3 – 8

A wardrobe can take you to magical spaces, to all sorts of stories and wonderful places. Lyngo’s is a portal to the wild wood where something is roaming the forest, animals are mysteriously going missing and a little girl has just received a beautiful red cloak from her granny. Open the doors and it all comes alive through puppetry, songs and music from hidden hatches and secret compartments.

All the better to thrill you with!

“50 minutes of pure childhood joy!” number9reviews

Little Red Riding Hood @ Jacksons Lane
Oct 9 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
(c) Alex Brenner

Suitable for ages 3 – 8

A wardrobe can take you to magical spaces, to all sorts of stories and wonderful places. Lyngo’s is a portal to the wild wood where something is roaming the forest, animals are mysteriously going missing and a little girl has just received a beautiful red cloak from her granny. Open the doors and it all comes alive through puppetry, songs and music from hidden hatches and secret compartments.

All the better to thrill you with!

“50 minutes of pure childhood joy!” number9reviews

Oct
14
Fri
Witch Hunt @ Jacksons Lane
Oct 14 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Following their sell-out, award-winning show Enter The Dragons, A&E Comedy (Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards, “a brilliant comedy coupling” Total Theatre) return with a spell-binding, surreal and darkly hilarious tale, directed by Cal McCrystal.

“I think they are amazing!!” Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Witch Hunt weaves a cautionary fairytale for our time. It celebrates the wisdom of the witch, unpacks the notion of predator and conjures a world of coven-ready weird sisters.

“Watch out, there are wild women about.  Knicker-Wettingly funny” Total Theatre

A ritualistic voodoo brouhaha designed to enchant and hex the pricks and predators; imagine Vic and Bob doing The Crucible.

Using buffoon, puppetry and magic and armed with a ‘wiccan’ sense of humour, A&E Comedy ask “can we use witchcraft to take down the Patriarchy?” Yes we can!

Oct
15
Sat
Witch Hunt @ Jacksons Lane
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Following their sell-out, award-winning show Enter The Dragons, A&E Comedy (Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards, “a brilliant comedy coupling” Total Theatre) return with a spell-binding, surreal and darkly hilarious tale, directed by Cal McCrystal.

“I think they are amazing!!” Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Witch Hunt weaves a cautionary fairytale for our time. It celebrates the wisdom of the witch, unpacks the notion of predator and conjures a world of coven-ready weird sisters.

“Watch out, there are wild women about.  Knicker-Wettingly funny” Total Theatre

A ritualistic voodoo brouhaha designed to enchant and hex the pricks and predators; imagine Vic and Bob doing The Crucible.

Using buffoon, puppetry and magic and armed with a ‘wiccan’ sense of humour, A&E Comedy ask “can we use witchcraft to take down the Patriarchy?” Yes we can!

Nov
18
Fri
The Bloody Chamber @ Jacksons Lane
Nov 18 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

What are little girls made of?

They are made of the forest floor, the blood of the moon cycle, the fluttering of wings and the turning of keys. They are made of sweat, howling notes and desire. They are made of night scented stock – heady and sweet, the lily and the rose, the knife and the rope.

They are made of all the tales our Mothers told us.

And all the ones they didn’t dare.

Using circus as a physical vocabulary, the award-winning Proteus will translate the fever dream style of Angela Carter’s macabre fairy tales to the stage. The Bloody Chamber is a heady, erotic, and surprisingly funny re-phrasing of some of the most famous folk and fairy tales in Western culture.

At a moment when women and men across the country confront the double standards of safety, sex, and the fears of what goes bump in the night, Carter’s incendiary caustic take on fairy stories as cautionary tales could not be a more formidable challenge to the status quo.

Nov
19
Sat
The Bloody Chamber @ Jacksons Lane
Nov 19 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

What are little girls made of?

They are made of the forest floor, the blood of the moon cycle, the fluttering of wings and the turning of keys. They are made of sweat, howling notes and desire. They are made of night scented stock – heady and sweet, the lily and the rose, the knife and the rope.

They are made of all the tales our Mothers told us.

And all the ones they didn’t dare.

Using circus as a physical vocabulary, the award-winning Proteus will translate the fever dream style of Angela Carter’s macabre fairy tales to the stage. The Bloody Chamber is a heady, erotic, and surprisingly funny re-phrasing of some of the most famous folk and fairy tales in Western culture.

At a moment when women and men across the country confront the double standards of safety, sex, and the fears of what goes bump in the night, Carter’s incendiary caustic take on fairy stories as cautionary tales could not be a more formidable challenge to the status quo.