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Company number: 3724349

"The wonderful Blue Elephant Theatre"Joanna Lumley (Patron)
"Thinking big for a little venue"Time Out
"This quirky oasis of a theatre is a charming hidden gem in South London."Everything Theatre
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"Fringe theatre at its finest"Views from the Gods

Family

Next show: Storytelling at Elephant Park

 

Dates
Thursday 24 August - Wednesday 20 September

Join Blue Elephant Theatre for interactive storytelling at the newly opened Elephant Park! Inspired by nature and aimed especially at early years, the Blue Elephant storytellers have a treat in store for local families!

Tickets are FREE - booking is advised but not essential. Book your tickets here

Find out more about Elephant Park.

Performance dates and times:
Thursday 24th August at 10.00
Wednesday 20th September at 10.00

Please note these performances are in Elephant Park only, and NOT at Blue Elephant Theatre.


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Dance

Coming soon: They Live Next Door

Date
Tuesday 26 September
Online booking (incurs 10% booking fee)
Ticketweb

To avoid the online booking fee please ring the box office on 020 7701 0100

Set in a home, on a street not too far from your own, They Live Next Door explores the light and the dark of a relationship between two men. Against a background of domestic rituals, the multiple relationships between them unfold, develop and unravel, weaving memories, struggles and dreams.

They Live Next Door is a touching, tender and gritty show, intertwining theatre with intricate choreography and nostalgic melodies as it explores preconceptions around masculinity and communication.

Ieva (pronounced: Yeah-va) Kuniskis is a Lithuanian choreographer based in London. She combines dance and theatre to share stories about everyday life, creating an unique movement language and distinct authentic characters. Ieva interweaves universally relevant themes with affecting, personal stories, inviting audiences to relate to them and follow their own emotional journey in parallel to that of the characters.

Commissioned by Swindon Dance

Supported by Pavilion Dance South West, The Point, Bradford Theatre In The Mill, Laban Theatre, The Mill Arts Centre Banbury

Funded by Arts Council England using public funding through the National Lottery.

They Live Next Door. Choreographer ieva Kuniskis. Trailer 2 NQ from Ieva Kuniskis on Vimeo.


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Supported by

  • Arts Council England and other sponsors part a
  • Arts Council England and other sponsors part b
  • Arts Council England and other sponsors part c
  • Arts Council England and other sponsors part d