The waters are rising and the bankers are desperate to escape the flood… the only way they can go is up…

Tangled Feet collaborate with the band Clock Opera, Exponential Aerial Company and designer Simon Daw to create an event somewhere between a live music video, happening and piece of theatre.

 

Featuring wall running, a secret flash mob, live projection, 200 glow sticks, a 15-metre scaffold tower and giant indoor catherine wheels… all set to a live pumping soundtrack by the dazzling Clock Opera.

 

Commissioned by nabokov theatre company.

all 1 dates

Past and Future

  • Oct 24th2009

    Nabokov’s Arts Club, Village Underground

    EC2A 3PQ, London - United Kingdom

Flash Mob!

Showtime featured a flash mob of 30 performers who emerged from the crowd for the finale. Thanks to those secret flash mobbers!

They supported this Production

nabokov

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