Coming up … 

18th Dec 2pm and 7pm. The Rock Charmer and Night Flyer at The Cube Microplex, Bristol 

Tickets available here

Recently been & gone 

1st Nov Theatre of the Young Spectator Baku, Azerbaijan – British Council Showcase
28 Oct Prima Arts

This September, The Paper Cinema is off to Denmark to perform in a puppet Festival in the capital. “Bornholm Puppet Festival celebrates puppetry for children and adults alike.  Puppetry is visual theatre that transcends language with numerous types of expressions and forms such as glove puppets, marionettes, rod puppet, shadow puppets.

8th September 2011, 7.30pm

DUKKETETERFESTIVAL – Copenhagen – Denmark

King Pest / Night Flyer

9th Septembre – 3.30pm

Copenhagen Puppet Festival  – Copenhagen – Denmark

KING PEST (10 minutes)
Based on a story by Edgar Allen Poe. Two sailors come ashore in 14th century London. They to go drinking and run out of money, and have to do a runner…

NIGHTFLYER (20 minutes)
Our hero crosses the night in a mysterious train in search of the lost flying girl.

ROCK CHARMER (40 minutes)
Amongst the round pillars of the old quarry an old man wanders scratching and exploring the mysteries weather worn layers of rock. And uncovers the story that the geological timeline tells.

“Fragile and beautiful” The Guardian
”Spellbinding” Time Out

10th September 2011 – 2.30pm

DUKKETETERFESTIVAL – Copenhagen – Denmark

Rock Charmer

And back to Dorset for the end of the month:

24th Sept
Light Nights

In October, The Paper Cinema is back to London to present their premiere of the ODYSSEY

13th, 14th, 15th October 2011

BAC – London, Details to come…

End of The Road Festival – 2nd – 4th September

Tipi Stage 10pm Fri and Saturday

Brighton Dome
The Rock Charmer
Sun 26 June

12a Pavilion Buildings
Castle Square
Brighton BN1 1EE

Around pillars of the old quarry, an old man searches the mysteries of the rocks… he
hears their calling. What have they seen, what are the stories that can be sung by these
weather-blown sentinels, unwrapping geological time, exploring the layers of rock?

A Brighton Japan Festival event in association with Asahi and Moshi Moshi.
As part of the paper festival at the dome

Tickets: £10, £8 concessions

Lush Festival
29th & 30th june
first day is a performance of king pest and night flyer
second day is a workshop and performance with imagined village

23rd July
workshop and performance of Rock charmer.
more details to come…

28th july – 9th August
in Portugal as part of escrita na paisagem

20th August
Green Man

23rd – 27th August

2nd – 3rd Sept
End of the Road Festival

Previous Shows BAC, Forest Cafe – Forest Fringe- Edinburgh, ICA,  Barbican, V&A, Whitechapel Gallery, Traverse Theatre, CCB-Lisbon, Shakespeare and Co – Paris, Tate Modern, Shunt, Toynbee studios, 93 feet east, Cargo, Vortex, Stoke Newington International Airport, king’s place with arctic circle,The Book Club – yarn festival, jewish museum, Rich Mix, Quantoxhead Village Hall,Inside – Out Festival, Winspit,Dorset with Kimmo Pohjonen, Tokyo with live art speed date,Somerset,Hornblotton Village Hall,The Cube,Bristol Somerset,Exeter Phoenix as part of animated exeter,The George – east london,The White Hart, Wimborne, Dorset, Southampton university, The Children’s Festival Brighton, unicomics hatfield ,Sexey’s school Bruton Somerset, Zeinth’s – Dijon, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nantes, Caen, France. with Charlie Winston,Screen Diva – Chester, Ejectorseat festival Southampton. Midlands Arts Centre, Ihishara Arts Collective, Arts University college bournemouth, Bristol old vic,National Gallery – London, Yorkshire Sculpture Park,Ink-Dot Print Show Colston Hall Bristol,Little Angel Theatre,


4 Responses to “gigs”

  1. hi, i found your flyer at the nova in brussels and i thought it was wonderful. are you coming to belgium?
    thanks for your answer

  2. I saw the Rock Charmer, and wanted to tell you that it was a magical experience. The conjunction of time, place, your images and Kimmo Pohjonen’s soundscape was perfect. The drawings were full of character and it was fascinating that something so tiny and detailed can become so massive and all-enveloping.
    The bats and the moonlight were a bonus!

  3. Hello,
    Any confirmation on the London gigs in Notting Hill, Islington and Battersea?

  4. Dorothee Claire Says:

    I saw you at BAC and Little Angel theatre 3 years ago and loved it, and the Lost World at the Thames Festival last year was as magic as ever. I realise I’ve missed quite a few of your shows and would like to be kept updated on what you’re doing in London. Thank you!! 🙂

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