When it starts out ship-shape, there’s only one way for it to go… this dance-theatre show gets all messed up!
As we wriggle our way through the muddle of life we often discover things anew. So why can’t tidiness be exciting for children or chaos joyful for parents? Who said there’s a ‘right way’ anyway?
Inspired by the child’s desire to create order, patterns and systems, this show is a witty and uplifting journey discovering if chaos and order can ever live side-by-side… with plenty of surprises, Tidy Up is an unforgettable party!
The production was developed in partnership with GOSH Arts, patients and families and the Psychological Services Department at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The ‘Tidy Up’tour dates can be found here.
The London dates are these:
Fri 16 to Sun 18 Feb 2018 Southbank Centre – The Blue Room www.southbankcentre.co.uk
Thur 22-Sun 25th Feb 2018 Polka Theatre www.polkatheatre.com
Sat 3 March 2018 Stratford Circus www.stratford-circus.com
Sun 11 March 2018 Albany, Deptford www.thealbany.org.uk
Peut-Être Theatre brings a surreal poetic aesthetic to the world of children’s theatre. Driven by a desire to create unforgettable early theatrical experiences for young audiences, artistic director Daphna Attias’ shows effectively combine the visual, the physical and the musical.
The company’s previous productions include: Shh…Bang!, Dare to Sea, Clunk, The Tin Soldier The Little Bird Who Stayed For Winter, Draw Me A Bird, The Bug and the Butterfly & This is a That.
Peut-Être Theatre have been touring nationally and internationally since 2008, to venues such as; Roundhouse, Royal Albert Hall, South Bank Centre, National Theatre, The Egg, Polka Theatre, Barnsley Civic, Arc Stockton.
The team includes Greek Associate Artist Maya Politaki.
“It’s moving to think that this is the first experience of theatre for some in the audience.”
“Peut-être Theatre raises the bar of children’s theatre in concept, design, and execution.”
British Theatre Guide
“Proof that children’s theatre can be beautiful and brainy without losing sight of a good old-fashioned story.”
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