FLying with Nottingham Contemporary Gallery
In collaborative project with Nottingham Contemporary Gallery and their current exhibitions, HandMade Theatre presented an unique version of our interactive performance ‘The Flying Machine‘ at the gallery, as part of their programme of bank holiday events in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee.
In a performance open to all ages, The Flying Machine took participants in search of a missing painting from the gallery. Audiences were introduced to Napoleon Bonaparte in 18th Century France, and we also traveled to Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation. The performance featured a multi-disciplinary range of songs, movement, visual effects and textures. With audiences ranging from 18 months to 60 years, we were able to deliver a dynamic and interactive piece, accessible to all.
Artists Involved: Suzy Gunn, Amy Nicholson, Rosie Garton (Peformers)
Many thanks that you let me know about it, my son and all children were very happy.’