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Check here for latest news from the company as well as rehearsal room updates, articles from the creative teams and what we are up to next.

Dec. 20th 2017

Merry Christmas from Tangled Feet plus WHAT'S ON TOUR IN 2018

A very Merry Christmas to you from everyone at
Tangled Feet

 

WOW what a year it's been. As always we owe so much to the artists we work with, our audiences, participants and the funders who make all the work possible and have helped us have a wonderful year. This year we have been funded by:

Arts Council England, Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, Odin Charitable Trust, Big Lottery Fund, Foyle Foundation, Hanley Trust and Children in Need.

And commissioned by:

Imagine Luton Festival, Half Moon Theatre, CYTO, The Bush Theatre and Croydon Council.

We were thrilled to be invited to become one of the Arts Council's core funded companies in June this year. You can read our response here. We can't wait to get started delivering our plans in 2018.

Shepherds Bush Families Project  Aug 2017

Collaboration with Bush Theatre

'If I could make one rule it would be: always be proud of yourself.'

 

Touring in 2018

Inflation 2018

We are pleased to be bringing back INFLATION in 2018 (but with a Brexit remix!)  Our political landscape has possibly never been more ridiculous or unstable- so a fine time to get the bouncy castle out with a Brexit update, joining the dots from the banking crash, through Austerity to the Referendum. The show will relaunch at the Shop Front Festival in newly crowned UK Capital of Culture 2021 Coventry in March. Touring April 2018 onwards. 

                            
 
Find out the rest of what TF are up to in 2018 below...
Click 'Read the whole story' next to the date at the top to read the whole story!

That Parking Show

New for 2018, touring from June onwards - THAT PARKING SHOW - we'll be using the metaphor of two couples battling over a parking space (withtwo real cars) to investigate division, anger and holding onto what you believe is yours. An absurd physical exploration of how conflict escalates in a highly playful, visual piece of clowning. Expect comedic, physical theatre, special effects and a pumping car radio soundtrack.  
 
 
Boots On The Ground

BOOTS ON THE GROUND (a collaboration with Salisbury Playhouse) is inspired by the 100-year anniversary of the Armistice in 2018 and notions of conscription, demobbing and peace. The show will involve audience members putting on a pair of military boots, wearing headphones and walking together through public space as they listen to a narrative inspired by interviews with serving and ex-military personnel. Touring September 2018 onwards.

 
Butterflies

'Totally wonderful. Expressed exactly what my daughter has been feeling. Thank you'

In September 2017 we were thrilled to collaborate again with Half Moon Theatre and create a Co-Production Butterflies for 3-9 year olds and are very pleased to announce the show will be tour in Autumn 2018!

Click on the picture to watch our new Butterflies film.
 
 
Need A Little Help
We are delighted to be re-touring Need A Little Help in collaboration with Half Moon Theatre and Hopper Scheme to rural and community settings in London, Somerset and Surrey in March and October 2018.

         

 
Contact us at contact@tangledfeet.com to discuss any of these shows.
 
Have a wonderful New Year
 
 
 
 

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