The HandMade Theatre team like to keep busy, here are a list of tour dates:
How Time Flies 2017;
8th April: Wigan Arts Festival
10th April – Drill Hall, Lincoln
3rd June – Westgate Parks, Kent
4th June – Asparafest, Evesham
11th June – The Gate to Southwell Festival
23rd – 24th June – Arbeia Roman Fort
27th-29th June- 3foot people festival
20th July- mac, Birmingham 30th July
23rd July- The Lowry, Salford
30th July- Theatr Clwyd Family Arts Fest
3rd-5th August- Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, Inverness
19th – 20th August – Gloworm Festival, Nottingham
25th – 28th August – Camper Calling, WarwickshireTheatr Clwyd Family Arts Fest
Flying The Nest 2017;
1st May: Rochester Sweeps Festival
28th – 29th July: Theatre Clwyd Family Arts Festival
The Twelve Birds of Christmas 2016:
3rd December – 24th December: Cast in Doncaster
Flying The Nest 2016;
26th/27th May: Ladywood Primary School, Derby
1st-3rd June: Brighton Open Air Theatre
4th June: Asparafest, Ashdown Farm, Evesham
11th-12th: June- Alive and V Dubbin Festival, Ipswich
19th June: Artrix, Bromsgrove
9th July: Norfolk Wildlife Trust
22nd-24th July: Deershed Festival, N. Yorkshire
29th July: Westgate Park, Kent
31st July: Chilled in a field
4th-6th August: Belladrum Festival, Inverness
8th August: Hadleigh Library, Suffolk
27th-28th August: Camper Calling, Warwickshire
2nd September: Costessey Queens Hill, South Norfolk
14th October: Nottingham Trent University
24th & 25th October: The Lowry, Salford
26th October: Ross-on-Wye Library
27th & 28th October: Royal Centre, Nottingham
How Time Flies 2016;
17th August: Aberystwyth Arts Centre
19th-21st August: Just So festival
26th August: Transported, Boston
3rd September: T-Picnic, Telford Park
24th September: Curve Theatre, Leicester
The Flying Machine 2016;
9th July: On The Edge Festival, Woking
16th October: Transported, Boston
Middleton Primary School, Nottingham
Week 53 festival, The Lowry, Salford
Ladywood Primary School, Derby
2:00 pmThe Lofthouse, Nottingham
We will be sharing a short work in progress of ideas developed so far for the new archaeology inspired show 'How Time Flies'. This event will be part of the fantastic FONT festival which is linked to NEAT 16 festival.
Brighton Open Air Theatre
Badsey Rd, Evesham, Worcestershire
Proteus Creation Space, Basingstoke
HandMade Theatre will be in residence at Proteus Creation Space in Basingstoke for an exciting three days of studio practise, developing our new show How Time Flies. This will culminate in a performance lab event, to share and gain feedback on our work so far.
7:00 pmProteus Creation Space, Basingstoke
We will be undertaking a public Performance Lab event of How Time Flies, taking place at the wonderful Proteus Creation Space in Basingstoke. This is part of the research and development phase and will be an essential tool to gain audience feedback. To book tickets please visit the Proteus website.
Eastleigh Unwrapped Festival
The debut performance of How Time Flies will be at the fantastic Eastleigh Unwrapped Festival! We cant wait to be back at this super family event and to launch our new archaeology inspired production.
For tickets please visit the Eastleigh Unwrapped festival website.
2:00 pmAtrix Theatre, Bromsgrove
Party In The Park: Dance Woking
HandMade Theatre will be performing The Flying Machine at Party in the Park, Woking.
Programmed by Dance Woking who in partnership with Woking Borough Council aim to present some fantastic dance and performance at Party in the Park, now in its fifth year!
Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Norfolk
Deershed Festival, North Yorkshire
Chilled in a Field Festival 2016, Kent
Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 2016, Inverness
Hadleigh Library, Suffolk
2:00 pmAberystwyth Arts Centre
Just So Festival, Cheshire
The HandMade Theatre team are very pleased to be back again at this years Just So Festival. We had such a wonderful time in 2015, we cant wait to share our brand new family show How Times Flies.
Boston Market Place
Family Fun Fridays is popular programme organised by Transported in partnership with Boston Borough Council to provide free activities to families during the school holidays.
Event: 10am - 3pm (exact show times TBC)
For more information visit the event page.
Camper Calling Festival 2016, Warwickshire
The Birding Professors will be flying off to South Norfolk for 2 Flying The Nest performances. More details coming soon.
11am - 9pmTelford Town Park Arena
11am & 1pmCurve Theatre, Leicester
HandMade Theate will be taking their brand new show How Time Flies to Curve Theatre in Leicester this summer as part of the shows exciting preview tour.
For more information and to book please visit the venue website: Curve Theatre
2:00 pmSt Andrews School, Derby
HandMade Theatre are working with FE students at St Andrews to create a bespoke version of their new show How Time Flies. This exciting version will feature the students as performers and be presented to younger pupils at the school following 2 days of creative workshops.
HandMade Theatre will be sharing their eggciting show Flying The Nest with Nottingham Trent Theatre Design students and pupils from . This will be an opportunity to explore the interactive style of the company and the creative aesthetics.
The Flying The Nest team will be busy during the half term holidays including 2 shows at Ross-on-Wye Library.
11am & 1.30pmRoyal Concert Hall Level 4 Foyer.
Flying the Nest is one of the Concert Hall's highlights for the 2016 Family Arts Festival. This event builds on the success of HandMade Theatre's sell-out 2014 Concert Hall foyer show The Flying Machine .
For more information and to book tickets please visit www.trch.co.uk
Shows: 10.30 & 1.45Cast in Doncaster