We are delighted to be taking two of our productions overseas again this year. Our productions Storm, and Rain Rain, both designed for children on the autistic spectrum, will be appearing at international children’s festivals this May and June.
Starting with Bibu Festival in Helsingborg, Sweden, our production Storm, inspired by Shakespeare’s Tempest, will be performed on the 19th and 20th of May.
“Bibu is Sweden’s most important meeting place with, for and about professional performing arts for a young audience – an arena where all of us who work with children, young people, performing arts and culture gather every other spring to experience and discuss the important performing arts for children and young people”. www.bibu.se
Find out more about Bibu Festival on their website: www.bibu.se
For our second international appearance, we are taking our production Rain Rain to BRIK Festival, with shows at Theater de Stilte, Breda, on the 9th and 10th of June.
“The biannual BRIK Festival (formerly known as the International Stiltefestival) was
initiated by dance company de Stilte in 2011. It originated from the company’s
desire to share the many beautiful performances encountered on its international
tours with their audience in Breda. Offering children and adults the opportunity
to travel the world of non-verbal theatre in just one week, without having to leave
Find out more about BRIK Festival on their website: www.stiltefestival.com