Since 2003, we have been pushing the boundaries of theatrical practice, exploring the live encounter between audience and performer, and rethinking where and how performance happens.
A Tangled Feet and Rowan Tree Co-Production for 5-11 year olds.
Is this the freedom you’ve craved? Is this your nature cure? Have you come to grieve or to breathe, to resist or persist? What are you hoping for?
I’ll show you when we can meet up.” “But When? A co-production with Next Generation Youth Theatre & The Culture Trust.
There are three certainties in life: death, taxes and people getting angry about parking spaces.
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?
TIME FOR A REAWAKENING...
a Half Moon Co-Production: Inspired by the stories of young carers, a show for 3-6 year olds
“I sign on. I sit in my flat. Another day passes. And all that we did is gone, and means nothing now”
Tangled Feet try to understand the banking crisis (on a bouncy castle)
It’ll all start when you look up...
Physical, musical and funny story of the becoming a parent
A new performance/installation
Featuring 200 volunteers, Tangled Feet launch the Rugby World Cup in Leeds
An aerial and physical exposition of the future of our NHS
An evocation of the people and past of Spalding
Large scale, participatory performance on youth unemployment
Five mothers and their prams expose the realities of parenting
An interactive theatre experience to answer the big questions in life via the art of Ping Pong
Site specific performance on a footbridge about borders and divisions
Dance theatre exploration of surveillance and protest
The spectacular story of urban regeneration
Tangled Feet take over BAC for a Halloween spectacular
A one-to-one storytelling experience inside a confessional booth
Step inside a unique human watching hide to watch our species in their natural environment
A pop up chance to get your rants off your chest
A pop up shop where you can measure anything!
An immersive production below Stratford Town Hall
The roaming show asking what 'Home' means?
A site specific aerial extravaganza in an East London warehouse
A dance theatre short on and in a double bed
A physical adventure on the radio waves
Breaking the unwritten rules of social interactions in this physical, hilarious and risky dinner party
The acrobatic story of where lost things go...
A physical tale of a bench in a park
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