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Best of Be Festival

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BE FESTIVAL is Birmingham’s international festival of performing arts. Each year, we package up our top 3 shows from the festival, and send them out to audiences around the UK. This year, the Best of BE will feature 3 delicious, 30 minute samples of mask, theatre, and circus all in one evening! GIFT has hosted Best of BE Festival since 2012, and is delighted they will be returning again in 2018! Spanish company Kulunka Teatro present André and Dorine, an old couple who are forced to find ways to remember what once joined them together after the sudden onset of Alzheimer’s disease - a moving story, beautifully told through full masks. In What Does Stuff Do? Bristol based performer Robin Boon Dale will spend 30 minutes, literally, tripping his way through a part guide, part motivational speech on juggling. Romain Teule’s show, Légende, unpacks the possibilities of language, and plays upon the (mis)interpretation of words, with amusing results. "It is difficult to imagine a more rewarding and enjoyable night out" What’s On Stage “Ground-breaking new theatre from across Europe” The Guardian "An exciting showcase of European theatre "The Stage
Contact Details: Rachel Horton Tel: 0191 433 8420
Venue: Caedmon Hall
Accessibility: Fully accessible - if you have any special requirements - get in touch!
Additional Information: Running time: 2 hours including post show discussion and 20 minute interval
Age Range: Adults only - 14yrs+
  Concessions: £0.00


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