The King Of Tiny Things

TOURING OUTDOORS- SUMMER 2015 TOURING INDOORS- AUTUMN 2015 Metta Theatre’s King Of Tiny Things is a fantastic new circus and puppetry adaptation of the children’s book, featuring acrobatics, juggling and aerial from a variety of creepy-crawlies. One magical midsummer’s night two sisters huddle together, fearful of what the darkness holds, when a mysterious winged creature appears and leads them on a moonlit. Together they rescue juggling slugs, … Continue reading The King Of Tiny Things

Metta Theatre

Metta Theatre was founded in 2005 by director Poppy Burton-Morgan & designer William Reynolds. They make beautiful, imaginative & compelling theatre, using all the story-telling tools at our disposal – including words, music, projection, puppetry and circus. One of their current productions is The King Of Tiny Things, a new circus and puppetry adaptation of the children’s book, featuring acrobatics, juggling and aerial from a variety of creepy-crawlies. … Continue reading Metta Theatre

Project_Vee- booking for 2019

Roulette wheel meets juggling: danger, skill and unpredictable moments. Project_Vee is a nod to a Soviet era circus act, remixed for the 21st century. Steel, concrete and motors meet in an unlikely way; taking juggling in a different dimension- literally. Project_Vee is a 20 min outdoor spectacle, performed in the round. Project_Vee is a collaboration between Circus Geeks & Pangottic, commissioned by Without Walls, Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival and Out There. Supported using … Continue reading Project_Vee- booking for 2019

Arts in education- Purni Morell

I wanted to share this blog post by the Unicorn’s Purni Morell. You can find the original on the Royal Opera House website. __________________________________________ Theatre and the arts are not about the curriculum or a fix for society’s problems We need to radically rethink why we teach art and culture in schools, says Purni Morell of the Unicorn Theatre BY PURNI MORELL (ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, UNICORN … Continue reading Arts in education- Purni Morell

Circus Geeks awarded funding to tour.

The Production Shed are delighted to announce that we have been offered a Strategic Touring grant from Arts Council England to support a tour of Circus Geeks show, Beta Testing in Spring 2015. “A circus experience for the Zuckerberg generation.” The Circus Diaries This fantastic juggling show won The Propeller Prize For Circus in 2013 and performed to sell-out audiences in CircusFest 2014 at the … Continue reading Circus Geeks awarded funding to tour.