Sat 23 - Sun 24 January 2021

£120; £100 (concessions)

Sat 23 - Sun 24 January 2021


10.30am - 5pm


£120; £100 (concessions)

Running time

10.30am - 5pm each day


Workshops & Learning


Large Committee Room

Age guidance


Tickets go on sale on Monday 23rd November at 10am

This 2-day practical workshop will explore The PappyShow’s playful approach to creating and devising material.

Exploring movement and playing games, this workshop will delve into collaborative and inclusive approaches to making work.

Designed for whoever is up for doing some moving and shaking, no previous experience is necessary. All you need is a playful encouraging and collaborative attitude. We will be working quite physically, so be prepared to sweat, push yourself and have lots of fun.

The PappyShow is a playful, physical and visual ensemble theatre company. Formed in January 2013 by Kane Husbands, in order to provide a much-needed space for actors to train in physical theatre. We use exercise and training to devise and create work. We are a diverse company and difference and diversity are the cornerstones to our work and process. We work with actors, dancers, movers and non-performers, but we only ever expect you to be yourself - we are just US. We believe that having a space to play, devise and fail improves us as people and we use a physical and therapeutic approach to create our work.

Special COVID-19 measures in place:
• There will be no physical contact
• We will always try to keep a reasonable distance (2m) away from each other - we realise this may be frustrating, but bear in mind that every individual has a different level of comfort and this needs to be honoured.
• At any point in time, if people wish to sit out an exercise or to wear a mask during the exercise they can certainly do so

There are also extra precautions throughout the building to ensure social distancing for the safety of everyone. Whilst at the Town Hall you must abide by all Covid-19 Safety Measures in place, which you can find here.

In the event of a tighter lockdown in January, the leaders of all live LIMF workshops have made contingency plans to move their courses online. Before booking a place, participants should ensure that they would have stable internet access and a space in which to work, should that eventuality arise, as refunds cannot be given resulting from a change in the teaching delivery method.

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