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We are always thinking of new creative ideas and shows we would like to make. Here is where we tell you all about what we are planning and developments for new work as they happen.
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Why did the chicken cross the road? Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Wonder no more, thanks to Mind the Gap's newest festival offering.
Expect thrilling chase scenes, riotous slapstick, general silliness and lots of fowl language in this, family friendly, strut-about street theatre piece.
Jez Colborne is a multi-talented composer, musician and performer.
Driven by a life-long fascination with warning sirens Jez can hear music where most of us hear noise. Working in collaboration with Mind the Gap, he is composing something truly irresistible …
Irresistible is a symphony of sirens, a musical experience that combines alarm sirens, other non-traditional instruments and singing voices to create a breathtaking choral work.
Commissioned by Unlimited*, Irresistible will be performed around the Southbank in London and at The Cow & Calf on Ilkley Moor in West Yorkshire as part of the London 2012 Festival.
Find out more and register for tickets now at: www.mind-the-gap.org.uk/irresistible
* Unlimited is principally funded by the Olympic Lottery Distributor and is delivered in partnership between London 2012, Arts Council England, Creative Scotland, Arts Council of Wales, Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the British Council.
On Saturday 25th September lots of people joined us at Contact Theatre in Manchester to test out an exciting new gaming concept.
Sonic Maze is an accessible, interactive experience which uses the latest technology to help players find their way through a maze of invisible sound walls.
Sonic Maze is a work-in-progress, experimenting with digital technology (Pervasive Media) to create a unique sensory experience for all the players involved.
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