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The Garage has launched its Spring season of events featuring a varied selection of productions.
For those looking for love in the new year the season kicks off with Kaleido Film Collective and Feral Foxy Ladies’ I Would Like to Get to Know You (31 Jan), a cabaret-esque collection of real life dating stories. Immerse yourself in great national work with Seth Kriebel’s Beowulf (1 Feb), an interactive performance-game guided by your choices, inviting you to explore the world of a legendary story from our ancient past, join The Letter Room for the spirit raising No Miracles Here (9 Mar), a tale of resilience, strength and the need to just stay on your feet, and following a critically acclaimed run at VAULT Festival, RJG Productions A Hundred Words for Snow (26 Feb) is a show about being an explorer in a melting world, it’s a coming of age story…with polar bears.
An array of music also features this season; 58 Fordwych Road (15 Mar), is an all new show from singer-songwriter Nick Harper, son of Roy Harper, Sealionwoman (4 Feb) are Scottish-born jazz-influenced vocalist Kitty Whitelaw and double bass player Tye McGivern, they bring their debut album Siren, with local support from Chris Dowding and Albertine. If you want to reminisce over music gone by, join The Two Steves (23 Feb) for a variety of the biggest songs from all generations and all genres. Plus there’s cutting edge comedy with Carl Hutchinson (8 Mar), Nick Potts (7 Mar), and a darkly comic drama from Gavin Miller, Carl’s Story (28 Feb).
Unique interactive theatrical experiences await for little ones; join The Wardrobe Ensemble to explore the limitless majesty of the universe through songs, silliness and anti-gravity antics in The Star Seekers (17 Mar), and The Garage, All-In Productions and Lost In Translation Circus roll the circus into town again with My First Circus:The Littlest Mermaid (10-18 Apr), an interactive musical voyage of circus and theatre.
If you are looking to take up a new hobby in the New Year, The Garage have adult dance and fitness classes during the day and at lunchtimes, including Burlexercise and Kettlercise, Singing 50+, Theatre 50+, and Dance for Wellbeing. This is alongside the popular ever expanding dance, music and theatre class programme for all ages.
For more information on The Garage classes and performances, visit The Garage website, thegarage.org.uk or call on 01603 283382.