The Garage Autumn Season Launch
This autumn immerse yourself in great national touring theatre at The Garage. Be transported to a different world in Tortoise in a Nutshell s The Lost Things, performed in a unique dome structure, pick the soundtrack to Beats North a double-bill of one man plays written by acclaimed playwright Luke Barnes, with live music scratched by award winning DJ Mariam Rezaei, and discover captivating classical Indian Kathak and contemporary dance from Balbir Singh s Dance company in Dhe Ki Ta.
Frozen Light bring their intriguing multi-sensory tale The Forest for teenagers and adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities. Rhiannon Faith Dancing Theatre once again join The Garage for another madcap scratch performance, Scary Sh*t, daring to suggest a future without fear.
If comedy is your bag then prepare to be entertained by the critically acclaimed He Had Hairy Hands a 1970 s detective werewolf mystery reminiscent of The League of Gentleman, take a mischievous jaunt with The Canterbury Tales retold with laugh-out-loud silliness, and in Vanity Bites Back, join aspiring TV cookery host Jill as she searches for self-worth in a cheesecake.
A firm October favourite is the Family Fun Day, join in with free activities including dance, drama, games, face-painting and balloon modelling in the caf . Also coming in half term is the unmissable charming family show Annabelle s Skirting Board Adventure, from the creators of Little Howard, a multi-media adventure with a tiny elephant! Plus Scooby s Street School returns with two days of dance fun for 7 11 year olds.
Beat the autumn blues by staying active with The Garage classes programme.
New to the season is Breakdance for ages 7-11, Theatre class for ages 15-19, Yoga bumps for mums-to-be, amongst ballet, pilates, contemporary, musical theatre and more! For those with experience in dance and drama who are looking to further their skills, there are auditions being held in September for The Garage s Dance Companies; a great opportunity to collaborate with like-minded artists, create great performance pieces and showcase them at local events such as the Halloween Procession and the Christmas Light Switch On.
Passion Productions are joined by vocalist Rianne Collins at the Lord Mayor s Celebration, Saturday 4 July 2015 . . .
The autumn also brings exciting opportunities to take part in masterclasses and workshops, try hula-hooping or Alexander movement, learn how to mentor the next creative generation or get an introduction to freelance work.
The Garage is a centre for performing arts located in Norwich which supports the creative journeys of participants, audiences and artists. It is home to The Garage Trust, a registered charity providing support and development opportunities for children, young people and families from all backgrounds.
The organisation provides a year round programme of activities including high quality programming, participation, education and training for all ages from its city centre venue and beyond through work with schools and partners across the county, region and nationally.
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The Garage Autumn Season Launch