Physical Theatre

“Gather round, people! hear ye! The jongleur is here! I am going to play a satire for you.

In our sleep we dream, trying to escape, but every day we must wake to overcome anew - to take up our quest.

Stretching out in front of a parka clad and beanie hatted figure is a table-top wintry landscape, dotted with pine trees and little settlements of houses, lights glowing warmly.

Got nowhere to run to, baby, nowhere to hide
It's not love, I'm a running from …

“How about we try again today?” Anna’s doctor cajoles as she stands before an artist’s easel. There is therapy in returning her to her art, but also the terror of the blank canvas.

As the storm-tossed ship dances on the waves the yellow oilskinned sailors fight for balance in graceful slow-mo.

When a hooded man is hanged for a three-fold murder, this is not the end of the story but its beginning.

From a small tent a back-lit figure emerges into the cold.

With two sheets, toy swords, one chair and a large chest, Tooth and Nail take you on a trip around the world with beautiful childlike vivacity.

With a successful 2016 fringe show under their belts, Theatre Paradok make a triumphant return with a show about clothes, or rather, the lack thereof.