You’ve tumbled into our Imaginarium, a magical “umbrella” for under 5’s and their grown ups.
Venue: Lost Gardens of Heligan
Date: September 14th and 15th September 2019
A dance and theatre adventure for little ones under 5 to enjoy together with their grown-ups
Venue: Available for festivals and events
Date: Currently booking for summer season 2019
Want to give your event or festival a little “je ne sais quoi”?
Give people something to remember with one of our unique pop-up acts, tailor-made walkabout entertainment to surprise and delight!
Venue: TASTE toured across the UK to 39 venues in Autumn 2015 and Spring 2016
Tea; how do you take yours?
Milk no sugar? Milk in first? No milk at all?
Builders, Earl Grey… Herbal?
What’s behind or choices? What defines our identity? Do we really fall into social tribes and if so how far up the social ladder is our tribe? Can we climb higher?
When Emily pays a visit to Nicefits Shoe Emporium, she soon realises it is no ordinary shop!
Hidden inside every box is shoe with a story to tell, from slippers that speed up time to the cowboy boots of Dustbowl Bill. But the question is, which shoes should Emily choose?
When the shops are shut for good, when the shutters come down for the last time, when the final homes are bought up, what happens to communities then?
Cscape featured in Kneehigh Theatre’s Don John in association with Royal Shakespeare Company and Bristol Old Vic. Working with director Emma Rice and an international ensemble cast of actors, musicians and physical theatre performers, we completed a run at the RSC’s Courtyard Theatre and then toured nationally and internationally.
With our stripy blue mugs and our nautical hats
With our left handed art and our surrogate cats
With our fabulous cars and our fabulous lives
But we love being three-second homeowners wives!
Blonde, uniquely formulated and brought to you by Cscape Dance Company, combined a winning formula to highlight and detangle the world of dance.
From debutantes to doodlebugs, nylons to knitting and ration books to revenge, Guilty Fingers dances the dance of women at war, reflecting the camaraderie, dedication and vital role women have played in wars past and present. Three specially commissioned works connect one theme: Women at War.