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When three friends become trapped in an abandoned theatre, little do they know that they will soon become the stars of their own show...

An integrated cast of three performers provide the perfect introduction to dance for all ages, helping audiences to discover the amazing things that can happen at the theatre, to learn the many different things that dance can be, and even create their own performance!

Combining a mixture of dance theatre, audio-description and imaginative storytelling with Casson & Friends’ trademark interactivity; Night at the Theatre, sparks the imagination of children and adults alike. It’s accessible performance for everyone, so come along, join in and let’s make a dance!                    

For children aged 4+ (and their grown ups).

Originally created in collaboration with Stopgap Dance Company.

Supported by DanceEast, house Theatre and supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

READ A BLOG FROM TIM ABOUT THE MAKING OF THE SHOW

 

UPCOMING 2018 TOUR DATES
 

6th Mar - 1.30pm
Guildhall - GRANTHAM

8th March - 10.15am & 1.15pm
9th March - 7.30pm   
South Holland CentreSPALDING                
Part of  11 Million Reasons to Dance
    
21st March - 1.30pm & 6.30pm     
Stamford Arts Centre - STAMFORD      

24th March - 11am
Déda - DERBY

7th April - 1pm & 3pm        
Attenborough Arts CentreLEICESTER

11th July - 7pm
12th July - 1pm & 7pm      
Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre - LEEDS
Part of Expressions 2018 & Beyond Festival

 

PAST 2017 TOUR DATES

PREVIOUS DATES IN 2017

4th Feb - 1.30pm & 4pm
DanceEast - IPSWICH

11th Feb - 2.30pm
The Whitty Theatre - WOKINGHAM

12th Feb - 1.45pm
VAULT Festival - LONDON

15th Feb - 11.30am & 2pm
South Street Arts Centre - READING

17th Feb - 2.30pm
The Garage Norwich - NORWICH

25th Feb - 4pm
Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre - WALTON ON THAMES



26th Feb - 3pm
Artsdepot - LONDON

4th Mar - 2pm
The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre - BORDON

12th Mar - 2pm
The Gulbenkian - CANTERBURY

2nd Apr - 3pm
Pavilion Dance South West - BOURNEMOUTH

16th Oct - 7pm
Gloucester Academy - GLOUCESTER
Part of Strike a Light Festival

 

PROMOTIONAL IMAGES by Alicia Clarke

CREDITS

  • Choreographed by Tim Casson in Collaboration with The Performers

  • Performed by Laura Dajao, Claire Lambert and Matthew Winston

  • Music: Dougie Evans

  • Production Design: Helen O'Neill

  • Costuming: Valentina Golfieri

  • Lighting Design: Antony Hateley

  • Production Manager: Sarah Readman

  • Dramaturg: Lou Cope

  • Access Consultancy: Lucy Mckenzie at Include Arts

  • Producer: Callum Graham

  • Campaign Photography: Alicia Clarke

  • Duration: 50 Minutes

  • For ages 4 and up

  • Originally Performed and Created with Nadenh Poan, Connor Quill and Hannah Sampson

 

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REVIEWS

A joyful introduction to dance as something possible for anyone, at any age, with any type of body
— Disability Arts Online
Highly original, refreshingly unpredictable and totally inclusive!
— Ipswich Waterfront
A funny, vibrant and clever production and in my daughter’s opinion: “cool, fantastic and awesome”.
— Ipswich Waterfront
A hybrid story that has the wit of the physical and the playfulness of the imagination, a brand of theatre that comes from the heart as well as the head.
— Nicholas Minns, writingaboutdance.com

Full reviews at Disability Arts Online, Ipswich Waterfront and Writing About Dance


PRODUCTION IMAGES by Dougie Evans & Callum Graham (2016 Cast)

PAST 2016 TOUR DATES