Busy March

March has been incredible busy for me, but hugely successful! It saw the end of the incredibly successful run of Odyssey by The Paper Cinema at Battersea Arts Centre, with great feedback, great reviews, and a great time for everyone involved. Thank you to everyone who came to see the show and the company for a great time. The next Odyssey show will be on the 16th April at the Junction in Cambridge. Get your tickets now from the Junction's website (http://www.junction.co.uk/artist/5078).

Curious Directive have also been busy this month, with both "OlFactory" and "And We Will Play Again…?" performing in the Norwich Forum for two days as part of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival. It was amazing fun and had a lot of interest from the public. We will hopefully be back later in the year so keep an eye out for these two incredible performances.

Finally, The Engineer's Thumb has just finished its two preview shows at Little Angel Theatre this week, both to sold out audiences. It has been an incredible show to be a part of and we know it's not the end for the project. It has been really fun to be a creative for this show, and I can tell you that Dotted Line Theatre is a company that will soon make their mark in the puppetry world. Pictures and trailers for the show will be posted soon.

Now that these projects have (currently) ended, I have begun work on the new curious directive show "The Kindness Of Strangers", a promenaded performance based in the back of an ambulance. It begins showing on the 10th May and goes through until the 12th May. Places are limited so book tickets now. Details about the show can be found on the NN Festivals website (
http://www.nnfestival.org.uk/festival/performance/the-kindness-of-strangers), as well as tickets.