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in theatres, fields, shopping centres, car parks, playgrounds, up scaffolding, on rivers, in confession booths... find out more

Half Life

How does our perspective change as we age? How do we cope when we don’t know what’s coming next? What do we hold onto? What do we let go?

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Feb 7thto22nd 2020

That Parking Show

There are three certainties in life: death, taxes and people getting angry about parking spaces.

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May 1sttoJul 31st 2020
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Apr 1st 2020

Life After Half Life

By Sara Templeman   It is hard to believe we were only in Canterbury and Stockton last month making Half Life with our wonderful ensembles. A lot has happened since then and as we face uncertain and challenging times, we wanted to share a special blog dedicated to the very happy time we had making this show. We have ideas for how we can remain connected and keep in touch with all our participants and crew in our lives after Half Life too, so do read on. . .  

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  • The most accessible and original theatre company working in the UK today”

    The most accessible and original theatre company working in the UK today”

    The Stage
  • Tangled Feet offer a glimpse of magic”

    Tangled Feet offer a glimpse of magic”

    Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
  • For Tangled Feet, theatre is a contact sport”

    For Tangled Feet, theatre is a contact sport”

    The Stage
  • Tangled Feet, the masters of physical theatre”

    Tangled Feet, the masters of physical theatre”

    The Independent
  • They are defining the future of theatre”

    They are defining the future of theatre”

    The Edinburgh Guide
  • An astounding spectacle..a uniformly excellent ensemble…stunning”

    An astounding spectacle..a uniformly excellent ensemble…stunning”

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