Jacksons Lane Theatre
- Telephone 020 8340 5226
- Bar open Tue-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
- Box office times Tue–Sat 10am–7.30pm, Sun 10am–5pm
- Website www.jacksonslane.org.uk
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Anyday & Roter Faden
The Spanish trampoline artist performs a comical routine alongside his little per bird.
The Band: Levantes Dance Theatre
The work deals with the big comeback for a pop star and shows a humorous display of desperate ambition and blind affection.
A combination of acrobatics, aerial, juggling and physical theatre presented with a twist.
Cul De Sac
Cul de Sac will focus mainly on two things during the residency. They will create a new spinning platform that will be attached to the top of the Chinese pole, allowing them to research themes like status, power relationships and trust with creative rigger Pablo Meneu. They will also research movement quality and…
From Ibiza To The Norfolk Broads
Alex Walton presents a solo production that tells the story of a young David Bowie obsessive. Set against a soundtrack by the late legendary musician.
This piece by Lumo Company about two lonely women mixes contemporary circus and dance.
Longnose Puppets: Pat-a-Cake Baby
A marvellous moonlit show full of riotous rhyme, zany puppets and spiffy special cake; all iced with music and songs by Tom Gray, based on the book written by Joyce Dunbar.
Sun 12 Feb
The Machine Stops
- Directed by: Juliet Forster
- Written by: E M Forster
Juliet Forster directs Neil Duffield's adaptation of EM Forster's classic short story exploring our increasingly complex relationship with technology. Featuring a soundtrack composed by John Foxx, pioneer of electronic music and founder of Ultravox, and analogue synth specialist, Benge.
The Magic Paintbrush
Set to an urban soundtrack, the ensemble's version of the book follows the young heroine as she leaps, splatters, swirls, boogies and paints her world into a brighter place and tries to vanquish the mighty shadow of greed.
A princess journey's to the moon in Hikapee Theatre's work-in-progress mixture of circus and physical theatre explores role of gender stereotypes within children's theatre. Suitable for ages four plus.
Nothing To Say
The clown from Spain, Leandre Ribera, performs his silent routine.
The Parachute & Watch the Ball
Master-puppeteer Stephen Mottram presents a funny and mesmerising tale about youth, love and confronting old age plus an exploration of the puppeteer's tricks and visual ideas which suspend your disbelief.
Plexus Polaire: Ashes
This visual theatre piece, which utilises actors, life-size puppets and video projection, is inspired by the true events related in best-selling Norwegian novel, Before I Burn.
Silver Lining & Jacksons Lane: Throwback
The rising stars of British circus harness the power of collective memory in Throwback: a love note to nostalgia and the things you can't forget. With awe-inspiring aerial and acrobatic work, the UK's most exciting young troupe team up with acclaimed West End director Paulette Randall to tell stories that are honest…