UK TOUR - MARCH - JUNE 2022

ATLAS HAS BEEN HOLDING THE COSMOS FOR A LONG TIME, HE WONDERS WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF HE LET GO.

 “You have to see Grania in action: she is a highly skilled circus performer, storyteller and connector, lighting up the entire stage.” LucyLovesCircus on He Ain’t Heavy

 

 

SALFORD
The Lowry
Tue 8 Mar
8pm
0343 208 6000
thelowry.com

LONDON
Jacksons Lane
Thurs 17 March
7.30pm
020 8340 5226
jacksonslane.org.uk

LONDON
artsdepot
Thurs 19 May
7.30pm
020 8369 5454
artsdepot.co.uk

BRISTOL
Circomedia
Fri 11 – Sat 12 March 7.30pm
0117 937 7288
circomedia.com


WORTHING
Connaught Theatre
Fri 13 May
7.30pm
01903 206206
wtm.uk

BASINGSTOKE
Proteus Theatre
Fri 3 June
7.30pm
proteustheatre.com

 

A boisterous and playful retelling of Atlas, bringing this Greek legend to life in all his immense glory, with a cameo appearance from that classic bad boy Heracles, the son of Zeus.

In Oddly Moving’s new show three short women will tell the story of a titan armed with nothing more than the intense physicality of their circus skills, plastic toy animals, sandbags, golden apples and buckets full of wit and charm.

Directed by Charlotte Mooney of Ockham’s Razor and with Oddly Moving’s unique blend of physical theatre, autobiographical story-telling and circus skills (with a rudimentary understanding of physics) Atlas looks at how we each bear the weight of our personal burdens, our what-ifs, joys, regrets and choices and asks what happens if we let go?

 

 

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Created by Oddly Moving, produced by Turtle Key Arts. With support from Worthing Theatres & Museum, Proteus Theatre, Arts Council England, The Leche Trust, The Point Eastleigh, Joan Pickard Ltd, Institute of Physics, The Ogden Trust and the Holy Innocents Church & Centre Hammersmith.

 

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Turtle Key Arts

In 2020 TURTLE KEY ARTS reached an audience of 47,390 collaborating with 329 artists and involved over 1350 participants.

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