The Magic Paintbrush - T161052802A family dance show exploding with energy, surprises and giggles. Once upon a time in a grey, colourless world, someone is scribbling. Fiollow our brave young heroine as she leaps, splatters, swirls, boogies and paints her world into a brighter place. Can our imaginative young artist vanquish the mighty shadow of greed?
|25 Mar 17||New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81|
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|11 Mar 17||The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866|
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|5 Mar 17||Jacksons Lane, Outer London :: V312|
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|30 Oct 16||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
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|25 Oct 16||Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury :: V925|
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The Selfish Giant - T0235068922Based on the much loved tale by Oscar Wilde, The Selfish Giant is a captivating show of storytelling and dance. Audiences aged 5 to 105 will love this magical, big hearted production. One day, a Giant returns home to find children playing in his beautiful garden. He builds a high wall all round it, and puts up a notice-board saying ‘Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted’. Nobody wants to be with the Giant except the wind, rain and snow, and his garden remains locked in a wintery chill. But one morning as the Giant lies awake in bed, something is different... This exciting, brand new collaboration of theatre and movement performed by a story-teller and four dancers is directed by Steve Stickley and choreographed by Darren Ellis with music by Jeremy Clay.Director Steve Stickley. Choreographer Darren Ellis. Music Jeremy Clay.
|26 Feb 12||Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886|
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|11 Nov 11 to 12 Nov 11||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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|25 Oct 11||The Met, Bury :: V476|
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|23 Oct 11||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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|5 Oct 11||Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633|
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|23 May 10||General, Inner London :: V1231|
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Bread of Life - T01127798922In an uplifting and thoughtful response to the invitation ‘Come and Eat’, Springs Dance Company offers the audience more than just a feast for the eyes. This dynamic display of contemporary dance has been created especially for performance in some of the nation’s finest cathedrals and churches. This piece for five formidable dancers appeals to all regardless of age, faith or understanding of dance. It will offer audience members a visually stunning and vibrant approach to the time-honoured tradition of the ‘sharing of bread and wine’.Choreographer Suzannah McCreight.
|18 Mar 10||General, Inner London :: V1231|
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Journey of the Magi - T01584948634The show, which is an inspirational evening of dance, music and drama, has been the Company's most popular performance to date. Based on the poem by T.S. Eliot, this sparkling production causes audiences to reflect on not only the famous journey the wise men made following the star to Jesus, but also the ‘journey’ each of us makes every year in preparing for Christmas Day. Journey of the Magi is as witty as it is thought-provoking and looks beyond the tinsel and trappings of Christmas to reveal its true meaning in a way that is poignant, accessible and entertaining for the entire family.
|9 Dec 08||Electric Theatre, Guildford :: V01732805351|
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Living the Eucharist - T27559308In an uplifting and thoughtful response to the invitation ‘Come and Eat’, Springs Dance Company offers the audience more than just a feast for the eyes. This dynamic display of contemporary dance has been created especially for performance in some of the nation’s finest cathedrals. With choreography by Suzannah McCreight, Springs Dance Company hopes to see audiences moved through this striking new work which starts touring on 3rd October.Choreographer Suzannah McCreight.
|5 Oct 08||General, Inner London :: V1231|
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Waterbugs and Dragonflies/The Wemmick Story - T01557152221Waterbugs and Dragonflies is based on the book by Doris Stickney and is set in the playful underwater world of the water bugs. When they experience the unexpected departure of one of their friends, the waterbugs feel a mix of difficult emotions but the dance finishes joyfully when they realise that all of the bugs will not disappear but instead turn into beautiful dragonflies. The Wemmick Story, is based on ‘You are Special’ by Max Lucado and is the heart warming story of Eli and his wooden creatures, the Wemmicks. Although troubled by feelings of failure and being isolated from his friends, Punchinello, a Wemmick, ultimately discovers that he is a wonderful and unique creation. Springs Dance Company is known for touring the UK and abroad, performing work that is dynamic, entertaining and uplifting and is renowned for making accessible high-quality dance performances that appeal to all the family. Waterbugs and Dragonflies, and The Wemmick Story are designed to improve and develop young children’s self esteem and engage the audience with touching tales of intrigue, discovery and delight.
|20 Sep 08||Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316|
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|12 Jul 08||Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76|
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|28 May 08||Thameside Theatre, Grays :: V39|
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|21 Oct 07||New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769|
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Wemmick Story/Waterbugs and Dragonflies - T712104675A double bill based on two popular children's stories, combining dance and storytelling. The Wemmick Story is based on You are Special by Max Lucado and is the heart warming story of Eli and his wooden creatures the Wemmicks. Waterbugs and Dragonflies is based on the book by Doris Stickney.
|22 Sep 07||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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|14 Jul 07||West Wing, Slough :: V01067537399|
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