It Is For The Tiger

    Performances :  

Coming up . . .

(... and probably the last performance ...)



*Friday 10th July at 8.00pm as part of Frome Festival 2009*

Buckland Dinham Village Hall, Buckland Dinham Nr Frome, Somerset


"intelligent and poignant, performed with a sense of awe and passion - a hunger for information and understanding of our connections and obsessions - it's an intensely funny awakening" Lara Lloyd, Dartington Arts



The work changes and shifts for every performance, taking in new information and research each time. The piece will continue touring up until the year of the (metal) Tiger in 2010.

"... a wonderful piece, which I have been thinking about ever since … for many people, it was the high spot of the day.”
Chris Fogg, Take Art

    Past Performances 2005 - 2008  

Friday 9th September 2005 at 5.00pm
Made In Somerset Theatre Showcase at the Merlin Theatre, Frome, Somerset (work in progress)

Wednesday 2nd November 2005 at 6.00pm
Studio One, Dartington College of Arts, Devon (work in progress)

Wednesday 5th April 2006
Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA as part of a presentation of work

Wednesday 3rd May 2006 at 6.30pm
Studio One, Dartington College of Arts, Devon (work in progress)

Friday 5th May 2006 at 8.30pm (donations)
Phoenix Project, Glastonbury, Somerset
tel: 01458 830 522

Tuesday 23rd May 2006 at 8.00pm (£8/£6)
Exeter Phoenix, Exeter, Devon
Box Office: 01392 667 080

Thursday 29th June 2006 at 7.15pm (free)
Fareham Library, Fareham, Hampshire for the Dads 'n' Lads Group
Library: 01329 221 242

Saturday 23rd September 2006 at 8.00pm
Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton, Somerset
as part of ‘Anti-Static’ - a micro-festival combining multi-media, visual and performance art during Somerset Art Week
Box Office: (01823) 283244

Thursday 26th October 2006 at 5.00pm
as part of Desire Lines Arts and Ecology Conference at Dartington College of Arts, Devon

Thursday 26th April 2007 at 5.30pm
as part of the Arts Depot Festival of Contemporary Performance in London 'depot untapped' which runs from 26th to 28th April - the second annual festival showcasing innovative theatre from the regions.

Thursday 18th October 2007 at 8.00pm

Studio One, Dartington College of Arts, Devon: 01803 847070

Saturday 17th May 2008 at 2.00pm as part of MAYFEST 2008

The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Southville, Bristol


“There truly were tigers all around, on the wall, the projection, on the floor, in the small tubs of paint, in the wooden box, that small wooden box that everybody suddenly paused on!”
Simon Coates

"It seems to be more about the tiger existing than it disappearing … we feel more appreciative of its presence here with us now in comical, everyday and awesome ways.”
Emma Bush

“We really enjoyed it - the passion, the quizzical and reflective intelligence, the quirkiness … engaging and inclusive …”
Simon Murray, Theatre Field Director, Dartington College of Arts


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