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Unpacked will be performing our hugely successful children's show 'Robin and the Big Freeze', commissioned by Brighton Dome and ACE supported, this season as part of a national tour. We will also be performing this show at the Small Steps Symposium at the Point in Eastleigh on 29th March.

Brighton Dome have commissioned another new piece of Children's theatre and we recently collaborated with the Berry Theatre on their Christmas Show 'Hansel & Gretel' down in Hedge End, Hampshire!

Some of Unpacked recently appeared at the Brighton Festival on a platform with Peut-etre Theatre to discuss Children's Theatre.

See what else Unpacked members are currently doing:

Clare Dunn is currently developing Ten Out of Ten with Terry O Donovan and Oval House Theatre, next to be seen at Pulse Festival 2012. Also at Pulse she will be developing a new piece of work with Notebook Theatre Company. Clare is also working as co-director on Notre Ville by the Sea as part of the Brighton Children's Festival. See Clare Dunn in action as resident theatre practitioner at Seven Oaks School on the Seven Oaks website.

Gilbert Taylor is currently working on Three Tiny Seeds a new piece of theatre for children with Emma Higham and recently appeared as Wilbur the Pig at Polka Theatre in their production of Charlotte's Web. Gilbert is also working as co-director on Notre Ville by the Sea as part of the Brighton Children's Festival.

Darren East continues to tour with Touched Theatre with Me and the Sea.

Zoe Hunter has been working on The Butcher & the Beast which was commissioned by The National Theatre of Scotland in celebration of it's 5th birthday. This dark little tail was created by Sara Ekenger and Zoe Hunter and performed and filmed at The Little Angel Theatre. Special thanks to Pete Glanville, David Duffy, Max Vanderwolf, Justin Stones, Daniel Williams and Sam Irwin and fellow students from The London MET film school. Watch it here. Zoe has also been working on King Lear with The Propaganda Company in association with The Point Theatre and as part of the Hatch Festival at the Little Angel presented Framed "They put that boy in a police car instead of taking him to hospital and then it all kicked off." Reuben, 82, street cleaner, convicted peaceful protester remembers 1981 in Brixton. The coals have been flaring up, now and then, ever since. They ignited again this August. Reuben has seen a lot of ugly things. Maybe now it's time to see things in new lights. Reuben's lights. Framed aims to integrate puppetry with archive footage and photographs focusing on South London’s roller-coaster history and its impact on its various communities dating back to the 1980 riots in Brixton.

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Rene Baker, one of our collaborators
Ben Glasstone who has written music for Unpacked shows
Animations online
Total Theatre



Robin and the Big Freeze


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The Show Must Go On


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Jumping Mouse


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Funeral Games


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No Obvious Trauma


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The Fourth Violin on the Left


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Unpacked is a touring theatre company exploring theatrical storytelling through performance, live music, interaction with audience members, a distinctive puppetry aesthetic and robust physicality. Based in Brighton, Unpacked is comprised of artists from a wide range of disciplines. Our search for originality in form, style and character technique is inspired by frequent work with invited practitioners of all disciplines from directors to scientists, athletes to welders. We aim for all audiences to take something home with them, be that a memory, a smile, or a desire to start animating their umbrella.

Formed in 2004, the five core members of Unpacked, Clare Dunn, Darren East, Sara Ekenger, Zoë Hunter and Gilbert Taylor met and trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

Unpacked offer workshops on physical theatre and movement, puppetry, object manipulation, group choreography, devising, adapting texts for visual theatre, supporting and extending curriculum work and other theatre processes. Please contact us for further information.

Flat One, 3 Cissbury Road, Hove, BN3 6EN.
E-mail: contact@unpacked.org
Gilbert Taylor, Tour Manager, Tel: 07903 018 310.
Zoë Hunter, Tour Manager for Scotland, Tel: 07944 460 500.
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Unpacked is a company limited by guarantee. Registered in England and Wales No. 06060841.
Unpacked is a member of ITC.


Gilbert Taylor


Gilbert is an actor, performer and musician. He is a founder member of Unpacked Theatre Company and plays the ukulele, trombone and trumpet. He can ride the unicycle. He is currently working on a new show for children called Three Tiny Seeds with Emma Higham and will appear in dreamthinkspeaks’ Brighton Festival show The Rest is Silence. Gilbert is also working as co-director on Notre Ville by the Sea as part of the Brighton Children's Festival. He appeared at the Polka Theatre in Wimbledon as Wilbur the Pig in Charlotte’s Web and in their production of Quentin Blake's All Join In. Gilbert recently collaborated with danteordie on a new show, with Nonesuch Theatre Company at the Unicorn Theatre on The Golden Goose and with the Berry Theatre on Hansel & Gretel.

For Unpacked he performs in 'Robin and the Big Freeze', 'Jumping Mouse', 'Funeral Games' & 'The Fourth Violin from the Left' for which he was nominated Best Actor Award at the Brighton Fringe Festival, he also performed in Paramour for Chopped Logic. Other work includes voiceovers for MI High (Xenophile Media) and See Hear (BBC).

Gilbert has an MA from the Central School of Speech and Drama and a BA in Drama & Theatre studies from the University of Surrey. He worked at the Nightingale Theatre, Brighton as assistant Theatre Manager in 2007. Gilbert offers workshops specialising in physical devising, object animation and storytelling techniques for schools and colleges. He likes biscuits and lives by the sea in Brighton.

See Gilbert's website


Darren East


As part of Unpacked, Darren has performed in The Fourth Violin from the Lezot, No Obvious Trauma and Funeral Games, and directed Jumping Mouse. Other theatre includes Me & The Sea (in development with TouchedTheatre), Russian National Mail (Sputnik Theatre) and puppet-making and puppetry direction for Richard III (Tangram/Southwark Playhouse).

Film work includes the music video for Beth Orton's Conceived. He regularly runs workshops on theatre and puppetry for all ages, and has taught puppetry for the Central School of Speech and Drama, and physical theatre at Kingston University. He worked for several years as Baobab Puppets, performing using a wide range of puppetry styles and running many educational projects and workshops; shows for adults included Case No. 402 and Step. He is on the editorial board of Animations Online and writes for AO and Total Theatre. He has an English degree and trained at the London School of Puppetry and the Central School of Speech and Drama.


Clare Dunn


Clare works as a director and theatre maker and is currently working as a performer and director on Ten out of Ten with Terry O Donovan and Oval house Theatre and as director for Notebook at Pulse Festival 2012. In May she will be a lead theatre and spoken word artist for Most Mira’s Kevljani Arts Festival, Bosnia, she is also co directing Notre Ville by the Sea for New Writing South and French Theatre company Passe Muraille as part of the Children’s Festival in Brighton. Recent directorial work includes Tim Cowbury’s Cartography for SOHO shorts at Pulse Festival 2011, The Jungle Book at Trinity Theatre, Blood Wedding and The Odyssey at the Space Sevenoakes. She is an independent theatre practitioner for Sevenoakes School and Reading University where she is also a mentor for BA theatre students.

As part of touring collective Unpacked she has directed Robin and the Big Freeze, The Fourth Violin from the Left, No Obvious Trauma and Funeral Games and performs in Jumping Mouse and Robin. Robin and The Big Freeze recently was presented as part of the Small Steps Symposium, The Point, Eastleigh. Clare was part of Dah Teatar International Research School in Belgrade 2007 and trained at The Central School of Speech and Drama and has a BA in Film and Theatre from Reading University.

See Clare in action as resident theatre practitioner at Seven Oaks School on the Seven Oaks website


Zoë Hunter


Zoë holds a law degree from Glasgow University and trained at Central School of Speech and Drama where she received a distinction in performance. Zoë is a founder member of Unpacked.

In 2005 she was received a Latest Fringe Star Nomination at the Brighton Festival for her role in one of Unpacked's early productions The Fourth Violin From the Left. She toured with NTS in Peter Pan directed by Olivier award winner John Tiffany. She has also worked with the award winning Rowan Tree Theatre Company with which she performed Nancy Sleekit and The Journey of Jeannie Deans. Zoe has collaborated with Sputnik Theatre and performed in the critically acclaimed Russian National Mail. Other work includes dance piece A Tin Drum for the Place, The Bethlehem Diaries for the London International Festival of Theatre and more recently in 2013 with 20 Stories High (Melody Loses Her Mojo) and Horse and Bamboo (Moominland Midwinter).

Zoe's other projects include working regularly with The Ambassador Theatre Group running drama, movement and puppetry workshops for young people including acting as education officer for their touring production of Stuart Little in conjunction with Polka Theatre and directing the Larkin About site-specific show with Richmond Theatre.


Sara Ekenger


Sara Ekenger works as designer, puppeteer and performer. As a part of Unpacked Sara has performed in The Fourth Violin from the Left and designed No Obvious Trauma and Jumping Mouse. As a freelance designer Sara makes puppets on commission under the name EekNGrr and has run drama and craft workshop programmes in collaboration with the Education Department of Richmond Theatre and the educational arts organisation TARU. She was awarded the Puppet Centre Trust/Arts Council bursary in 2006. She is a research supervisor at Brunel and a short course leader at Central St.Martins College of Art and Design.



Robin and the Big Freeze


With suitcases and satnavs the birds are getting ready to leave town. Robin remains, he's got lots to do like tweeting at anyone who comes near his patch and posing for Christmas cards. But the snow is on its way and lots of it... is everyone ready for the big freeze?

A festive feast of a show with fantastic puppets, live music, and birdwatching for everyone who is going away for Christmas or staying at home!

Robin and the Big Freeze is a new show commissioned by the Dome in Brighton whicj most recently toured in 2011. If you are interested in booking this show for 2012 please contact Gilbert on 07903 018 310

Suitable for families and anyone aged 4+

Directed by Clare Dunn
Performed by Clare Dunn, Darren East, Zoe Hunter & Lloyd Thomas
Music and songs composed by Ben Glasstone
Puppets by Sara Ekenger and Darren East

Click Here for the Robin and the Big Freeze Tec Spec and requirements PDF.
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Robin Review from Total Theatre
Robin Review from The Argus
Robin Review from Brighton Magazine

"I loved it, I want to watch it a hundred times more!"
Audience member aged 7

"It really was the best show we have had in the Village and both adults and children alike enjoyed it enormously. Your team are so full of energy and enthusiasm, the children were buzzing all afternoon"
Rural Touring Scheme Venue Manager

"It was my 3 year olds first experience of theatre and she was mesmerised."
Audience Member

Supported by the Arts Council


The Show Must Go On


The Show Must Go On is a new show currently under development, supported by the Puppet Centre Trust.

A grotesque and mysterious puppet character leads her crew around the world as a ragged circus outfit. Arriving with their travelling piano, they tell some of their own stories as they attempt to get the show itself underway. An immersive, entertaining and highly interactive performance, using puppetry, object work, and live original music. This piece is unequivocally aimed at an adult audience.

Performed by Clare Dunn, Darren East, Loucas Hajiantoni and Gilbert Taylor with special guest appearances by Foz Foster and Zoe Hunter

This piece has already been performed at Barnstaple Fringe Brighton Festival Fringe and was part of the Suspense Festival of Puppetry.


Jumping Mouse


Gorgonzola! Set on a red double-decker, Jumping Mouse is a totally full-throttle adventure guaranteed to get you absolutely revved up.

Jump on the second bus! The driver's saved you a seat. Come with us and meet a bull frog blues band, a clapped-out bison, a forgetful wolf... and a most unusual little mouse, who's about to have a very big adventure.

Unpacked use live music and songs, puppetry, high-octane physicality and bits of a London bus to tell a magical story of growing up, adapted from a well-loved Native American folk tale.

Created, devised and produced by Unpacked.
Performed by Clare Dunn, Zoë Hunter, Gilbert Taylor.
Directed by Darren East.
Design by Sara Ekenger.
Music and songs composed by Ben Glasstone.
Dramaturgy by Beccy Smith.

Runs approximately 60 minutes. Click Here to download Technical Requirements and Lighting Plan.

Click Here for the Jumping Mouse Education Pack PDF.



Funeral Games


A tale of tea stains, stiffs and brotherly love. Two brothers reunite to bury the dead and dig up the living. A darkly comic story of a dying father, a family firm and a lost childhood.

Keith, the estranged son, has returned, bringing a whole lot of trouble with him for his long-suffering brother Henry.

Dad, the head of funeral directors Hall and Son, looks set to need his own services very soon and, to Henry, it seems a little white lie might be enough to get rid of his short-tempered, live-wire brother.

Unfortunately, nothing goes quite how he planned as the interloper decides he wants to join the family business. Disaster ensues.

Shortlisted for a Total Theatre Award for best emerging company in Edinburgh 2007.

"innovative, sometimes brutal, physical theatre... An impressive show" - Three Weeks

"An excellent performance that sets a high standard for fringe theatre. Go and see" - Fringe Report

"Filing cabinets have never been put to better or more varied uses... lovely moments of physical theatre" - The Scotsman

Created, devised and produced by Unpacked.
Performed by Darren East and Gilbert Taylor.
Directed by Clare Dunn.

Runs approximately 70 minutes. Click Here to download Technical Requirements and Lighting Plan.

Supported by the Arts Council, Developed with the Nightingale Theatre.


No Obvious Trauma


Trains shriek through the night as the memory of a love affair floats through the walls of an isolated institution. A mysterious patient questions her identity and doctors track the fragile line between madness and desire.

In an isolated psychiatric institution, Dr. Weaver is haunted by the memory of a lost love affair. It is 1932, and a new patient arrives with little more than a name tag and a tattered ribbon. Unable to communicate anything of her past, she is assigned to Weaver's colleague Dr. Crawley. But as memories return, identity is mistaken, emotions are kindled and treatment undermined.

Although dealing with serious subject matter, drawing on Freud's work on hysteria and Charcot's catalogue of hysteric imagery, No Obvious Trauma is a gripping and highly entertaining story told with a vibrant combination of visual storytelling, energetic choreography, atmospheric shadows, character and ensemble acting, object animation and puppetry.

"Breathtakingly beautiful... every single second a visual feast" - Three Weeks Brighton

"dazzling physical theatre... extraordinarily imaginative" - The Scotsman

"this is a fantastic production, which manages to be entertaining, provocative and haunting" - British Theatre Guide

No Obvious Trauma appeared at the Pleasance in the Edinburgh Fringe 2006, where it was nominated for a Total Theatre Award. It transferred to the Croydon Warehouse straight after Edinburgh, and toured the UK in Autumn 2007.

Created, devised and produced by Unpacked.
Performed by Darren East, Zo? Hunter and Gilbert Taylor.
Directed by Clare Dunn.
Lighting Design by Henry Dawn.

Runs approximately 70 minutes. Click Here to download Technical Requirements and Lighting Plan.

Supported by the Arts Council.


The Fourth Violin from the Left


Four spooks fill the time in peculiar ways while awaiting their final orders. Infiltrating puppets, twisted romance and cruel tortures occur as their paranoia, suspicion and lunacy escalate to breaking point.

With expressive physical theatre and characters pieced together from found objects, Unpacked take you into a fraught environment of conflict, mistrust and competition, where people are disposable and events unpredictable.

Unpacked's critically acclaimed debut show The Fourth Violin from the Left toured the UK and Europe in 2004-6. The show was popular with all audiences, from first-time theatre-going London teenagers to lifetime physical theatre fans. There is a possibility of a special reworked version at some point... watch this space.

"Unpacked's visceral piece fuses together puppetry and physical theatre with astounding dexterity" - The Stage

"Waiting for Godot meets Reservoir Dogs" - Audience Member

Created, devised and produced by Unpacked.
Performed by Darren East, Sara Ekenger, Zoë Hunter and Gilbert Taylor.
Directed by Clare Dunn.



Robin and the Big Freeze


7th-12th December 2010:
Pavilion Theatre, Brighton.

13th-18th December 2010:
Peepul Centre, Leicester.

19th December 2010:
HOG the Limelight, Greatham Village Hall 2pm.

22nd October 2011
Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

26th October 2011
Berry Theatre, Hedge End

28th October 2011
Carriageworks, Leeds

5th November 2011
The Library, Luton

6th November 2011
Arts Depot, London

13th November 2011
The Albany, Deptford

19th November 2011
Mill Studio, Guildford

20th November 2011
Junction Cambridge

23rd-26th November 2011:
Theatre Royal, Bath

27th November 2011
HOG Rural Touring, Hampshire

1st-4th December 2011
Pound Arts Rural Touring, Wiltshire

3rd December 2011
Malvern Theatres, Malvern

6th-11th December 2011
Pavilion Theatres, Brighton

17th December 2011
Hangar Farm Arts, Totton

18th December 2011
Terry O Toole Theatre, Lincoln

19th December 2011
HOG Rural touring, Hampshire

20th-21st December 2011
Salisbury Arts Centre

28th January 2012:
Bishops Castle

26th February 2012:
Plough Arts Centre, Devon

29th March 2012
The Point, Eastleigh

The Show Must Go On


27th April 2011:
North Devon Theatre.

12th November 2010:
Villages in Action, Crediton Arts Centre.

13th November 2010:
Villages in Action, Lydford Village Hall.

25th - 27th June 2010:
Barnstaple Fringe Festival, Devon.

Jumping Mouse


7th February 2009:
Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury.

19th February 2009 :
Nuffield Theatre, Southampton.

4th April 2009:
New Wolsey, Ipswich.

8th April 2009:
The Clocktower, Croydon.

18th April 2009:
Stratford Circus, London.

19th April 2009:
The Albany, Deptford.

21st April 2009:
2pm, City of London School for Girls.

26th April 2009:
11am and 1pm, Tobacco Factory, Bristol.

2nd May 2009:
2.30pm, North Bradley, Wiltshire.

10th May 2009:
2pm, Edington Parish Hall, Wiltshire.

15th May 2009:
7.30pm, Great Bedwyn Village Hall, Wiltshire.

16th May 2009:
6.30pm, Oaksey Village Hall, Wiltshire.

17th May 2009:
2pm, Jacksons Lane, London.

18th May 2009:
2pm, Bedales Olivier, Petersfield.

26th May 2009:
2pm, Churchill Theatre, Bromley.

10th July 2009:
Noadswood School, Southampton.

7th - 31st August 2009:
11.30am, Edinburgh Fringe, Pleasance Two.

4th September 2009:
Lochside, Castledouglas.

14th September 2009:
The Red Shoes Theatre, Elgin.

16th September 2009:
Eastgate, Peebles.

19th September 2009:
Byre, St. Andrews.

3rd October 2009:
Broadway Theatre, Catford.

8th October 2009:
EM Forster Theatre, Tonbridge.

10th October 2009:
Wiveliscombe Primary School, Somerset.

24th October 2009:
Farnham Maltings.

25th October 2009:
Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells.

8th November 2009:
Pavilion, Brighton.

14th November 2009:
Terry O Toole Theatre, Lincolnshire.

15th November 2009:
Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury.

19th November 2009:
South Brent Primary School, Devon.

20th November 2009:
Thorverton Village Hall, Devon.

21st November 2009:
Whimple Village Hall, Devon.

22nd November 2009:
Kenn Centre, Kennford, Devon.

28th November 2009:
Tabernacle, London.

3-5th December 2009:
Camden People's Theatre, London.

6th-7th January 2010:
Clwyd Theatr Cymru.

16th January 2010:
Ridley Hall, South Warnborough, Hampshire.

23rd January 2010:
Norwich Puppet Theatre.

24th January 2010:
Trestle Theatre, St Albans.

13th-14th February 2010:
The Egg, Bath.

16th February 2010:
The Carriageworks, Leeds.

19th February 2010:
Phoenix Theatre, Hampshire.

20th February 2010:
Plough Arts Centre, Devon.

21st February 2010:
The Junction, Cambridge.

24th-25th February 2010:
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

6th March 2010:
Lyric Studio, London.

20th March 2010:
Citizens, Glasgow.

21st March 2010:
Brewery Arts, Kendal

27th March 2010:
Darlington Arts Centre

5th April 2010:
Maltings, Berwick-upon-Tweed

10th April 2010:
Mill Studio, Guildford

17th April 2010:
Greenwich Children's Theatre Festival, Greenwich Theatre

18th April 2010:
Quarterhouse, Folkestone

15th May 2010:
Malvern Theatres, Worcestershire

5th June 2010:
Newbury Corn Exchange

12th June 2010:
The Spring, Havant

20th August 2010:
Mull Theatre

21st August 2010:
Macphail Theatre, Ullapool

22nd August 2010:
Wynd Theatre, Melrose

28th August 2010:
Serenata Festival, Dorset

25th September 2010:
Tell Tale Festival, Kings Langley

22nd October 2010:
Eastwood Park Theatre.

24th October2010:
Heart of Hawick.

27th-28th October 2010:
Arts Alive, Shropshire

31st October 2010:
Hanger Farm Arts Centre, Totton

7th-11th June 2011:
Spark Festival, Leicester

21st June 2011:
David RussellTheatre, Portsmouth Festivities

30th July 2011:
The Point, Eastleigh

Funeral Games


9th-11th May 2007:
Nightingale Theatre, Brighton.

7th-9th June 2007:
Camden People's Theatre.

13th July 2007:
Latitude Festival, Suffolk.

1st-27th August 2007:
Edinburgh Fringe, Pleasance.

16th September 2007:
Steiner School, Brighton.

5 April 2008:
Pound Arts Centre, Wiltshire.

8 April 2008:
Brewhouse, Taunton.

10 April 2008:
Trestle Arts Base, St.Albans .

11 April 2008:
Bedford School Theatre, Bedford .

12 April 2008:
The Riverfront, Newport.

16 April 2008:
Truro College, Truro.

17-18 April 2008:
Burton-Taylor, Oxford.

21 April 2008:
Prospect Theatre, Farnborough.

22 April 2008:
Trinity, Tunbridge Wells.

23 April 2008:
Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon.

24-25 April 2008:
Pleasance, London.

26 April 2008:
Yvonne Arnaud Mill Studio, Guildford.

30 April 2008:
West Wing Arts Centre, Slough.

19 July 2008:
Big Youth Theatre Festival, Chingford.

15 September 2008:
E.M. Forster Theatre, Tonbridge.

20 September 2008:
East Harptrees Festival, near Bristol.

25 September 2008:
City of London School for Girls.

9 October 2008:
Mary Tavy Village Hall, Devon.

10 October 2008:
Manor Hall, Berrynarbour.

11 October 2008:
Pilton Hall, Barnstaple.

17 October 2008:
Upton-Pyne, Devon.

18 October 2008:
Stockland, Devon.

19 October 2008:
Sandford, Devon.

14 November 2008:
Brinkworth Village Hall, Wiltshire.

15 November 2008:
Dilton Marsh Village Hall, Wiltshire.

18 November 2008:
Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

21 November 2008:
Wadham School, Crewkerne, Somerset.

22 November 2008:
Mark, Near Bridgwater, Somerset.

24-26 November 2008:
Nuffield Theatre, Southampton.

28 November 2008:
Charfield, South Gloucestershire.

29 November 2008:
Old Sodbury, South Gloucestershire.

4 December 2008:
The Lakeside, Colchester.

5 December 2008:
Prema Arts, Gloucestershire.

6 December 2008:
Norwich Puppet Theatre.

2nd April 2009:
Northbrook College, Brighton.

3rd April 2009:
Little Angel Theatre, London.

9th May 2009:
Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury.

16th April:
Oldham Coliseum.


No Obvious Trauma


11th-12th May 2006
Camden People's Theatre.

24th-25th May 2006:
Nightingale Theatre, Brighton.

July 2006:
Central School of Speech and Drama.

2nd-28th August 2006:
Edinburgh Fringe, Pleasance.

8th-24th September 2006:
Warehouse Theatre, Croydon.

3rd November 2006:
MAC, Birmingham.

15th-16th July 2007:
City of London School for Girls.

5th October 2007:
RiverHouse Barn, Walton-on-Thames.

6th October 2007:
Yvonne Arnaud Mill Studio, Guildford.

10th October 2007:
Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

14th October 2007:
EM Forster Theatre, Tonbridge.

25th October 2007:
Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

15th November 2007:
Lakeside Theatre, Colchester.

11th-12th March 2008:
Nuffield Theatre Studio, Southampton.

26th-30th May 2008:
Warsaw, Poland.

22nd October 2008:
Carlops Village Hall.

23rd October 2008:
Eastgate Theatre, Peebles.

24th October 2008:
The Byre Theatre, St Andrews.

25th October 2008:
Lochside Theatre, Castle Douglas .

26th October 2008:
Bowhill Theatre, Selkirk.

30th October 2008:
Gordonstoun School, Elgin.

31st October 2008:
Lonach Hall, Strathdon .

1st November 2008:
Red Shoes Theatre, Elgin.

24th February 2009:
Prospect Theatre, Farnborough.

31st July 2009:
The Maltings, Berwick-upon-tweed.

1st August 2009:
The Wynd, Melrose.

5th September 2009:
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen.

9th - 12th September 2009:
The Tron, Glasgow.

17th September 2009:
Mull Theatre, Isle of Mull.


The Fourth Violin on the Left


29th July 2004:
Paupers Pit, Buxton Festival.

14th August 2004:
Earthy Delights, Southwark.

23th-28th August 2004:
Edinburgh Fringe.

27th October 2004:
Visions Festival Brighton.

7th November 2004:
Diorama Theatre, London.

22nd-23rd November 2004:
City of London School for Girls.

26th November 2004:
Central School of Speech and Drama, Oval Studios.

27th-29th January 2005:
Paupers Pit, Buxton.

21nd February-5th March 2005:
Arcola Theatre, London.

25th-29th May 2005:
Brighton Fringe, Polar Central.

26th June 2005:
Central School of Speech and Drama, Swiss Cottage.

14th July 2005:
Little Angel Theatre, London.

3rd October 2005:
Tournai, Belgium.

24th November 2005:
Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

8th March 2006:
Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

7th-8th April 2006:
Burton-Taylor Theatre, Oxford.

15th April 2006:
Yvonne Arnaud, Mill Studio, Guildford.


Jumping Mouse clips coming soon!

Robin and the Big Freeze clips coming soon!

The Show Must Go On clips coming soon!