• Mimbre

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    By John Ellingsworth on 20 July 2010 in Interviews

    Now in his sixth year programming the National Theatre's three-month, outdoor mega-festival Watch This Space, Angus MacKechnie talks to Sideshow about the WTS residencies, stretching the budget, and pulling in the Alan Bennett audience

    By John Ellingsworth on 22 October 2009 in Features

    ‘Attention spans will be even shorter than now, perhaps too short for words. Stitched together from the strongest limbs of circus, puppetry, movement and dance, visual theatre is an unconquerable monster destined to overcome all other modes of discourse.’ - Joseph Seelig, co-director, London International Mime Festival.

    Sideshow searches for the strongest monsters in the 2010 line-up, including work from six countries and nine companies.

    By John Ellingsworth on 18 July 2009 in Reviews

    Drawing from their real experiences in the decade Emma Norin, Lina Johansson and Silvia Fratelli have spent training and performing together as Mimbre, Until Now is an attractive, friendly half hour of acrobatics and clowning that probably needs to be wound back a little in its development.

  • Archive Events

    Mimbre, Falling Up
    Jacksons Lane
    Ockham's Razor, Memento Mori
    The Albany
    20/07/2010 to 25/07/2010
    National Theatre Square