Dates and Times
Thu 12 March 2020 at 9pm
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Presented by Frankie Thompson, directed by Luke Howarth
In an ethereal multimedia circus, tiny worlds, each intricately hand-crafted from human rubbish, appear and vanish live on stage in a mesmerising journey through space, scale and perspective.
‘The botanist’s magnifying glass is youth recaptured. It gives him back the enlarging gaze of a child. With this glass in hand, he returns to the garden, where children see enlarged. Thus the minuscule, a narrow gate, opens up an entire world.’ – Gaston Bachelard
Performed by ‘acclaimed clown’ (To Do List) and miniaturist Frankie Thompson. Directed by Luke Howarth, director of ‘terrifically charming’ Planet Earth III, co-produced by Soho Theatre.
Reviews for previous work
“An exquisite marvel of a performance.” – Katja Hilevaara, Goldsmith’s University
“Thompson’s imagination is wild and her surprises are worth waiting for.” –
CONTENT TO CONSIDER AND HEALTH WARNINGS
The company believes there are no health warnings or any content to consider for this performance.
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About the company
Frankie Thompson is a clown and miniaturist behind the ‘divinely silly’ Forbruker (sold-out run at Camden People’s Theatre and Soho Theatre). Luke Howarth, a graduate of the Little Angel Adult Puppetry Company, is a freelance director with a particular focus on puppetry and clowning. Their work is united in a mutual interrogation into systems of space.