JUST LOSE IT!
Bin-the-Belly Weight Loss Corporation invites you to their end of year extravaganza! Expect awards, motivational speeches, fun fitness and, of course, the end of year briefing from our lean, mean, sexy machine: CEO Brian Aqua. So, bin that belly, get that waistline into the waste bin and get ready to drink as much skinny prosecco as you can get your hands on.
Bric à Brac's new project dives head first into the mysterious world of weight loss and our obsession with the way we look. An original, immersive experience - Just Lose It! welcomes its guests to partake in a wildly grotesque and wholly interactive performance party. Enter the surreal world of a weight loss group and their hunger to win big by losing large!
Catch Just Lose It! at The Space this September 4-8 2018. Information on how to book tickets will be available soon...
The show is also now available for corporate and private party booking and events in 2018/19. Please get in touch for more details. Or take a look at our marketing pack.
Photos: Sebastiano Kiniger, May 2017.
Mustard Doesn't Go With Girls
Sugar and spice and everything nice,
Is that what girls are made of?
Not if you ask Abigail!
Mustard Doesn’t Go With Girls is an inclusive feminist musical for the modern child. Join us in the surreal town of Bow-on-Tie, a town deeply rooted in tradition and run by the dubious mayor Croque Madame (or is it Croc?!). When the children start mysteriously disappearing, eight-year-old Abigail decides to investigate further, embarking on an adventure where social norms are questioned and the town’s secrets are uncovered. Will Abigail and the rebel children be able to prevent their horrific fate, and by doing so change the town’s divide of boys and girls?
Using an original score, slick movement and strong characters this production seeks to poke fun at fairytales from the past whilst creating new storylines for the young generation of today. Join Abigail on her journey towards being heard in a society that is stuck in the past. The show is empowering for both children and grown-ups, of whatever gender, showing that you can be anyone and anything you want to be.
Based on a true story, Ash explores the life of George Crozier and his journey from his first to his last cigarette. Set against a backdrop of the tobacco industry’s ever-changing advertisements, this “witty and inventive” show (****The Stage) uses object manipulation, movement and live music to explore the highs and lows of a life-long love affair with smoking.
Up until the last puff, it’s an addictive story of a Yorkshire community that aren’t planning to quit anytime soon. This is the first production from international Lecoq company Bric à Brac, an ensemble who are "committed and clearly talented, projecting effortless charm and admirable timing…in this startling show.” **** The List.
★★★★★ Fringe Guru ★★★★ A Younger Theatre
★★★★ The Stage★★★★ The List
★★★★ Broadway Baby