Bird and cuckoo clock

Les Antliaclastes: Waltz of the Hommelettes

In this magical cabinet of curiosities, with hints of Alice in Wonderland and Brothers Grimm, events are controlled by a giant, Black Forest cuckoo clock, supernatural in its counting of hours. 

Person made of ice

Le Théâtre de L’Entrouvert: Anywhere

Oedipus, a marionette made almost entirely of ice, sets out on a redemptive voyage accompanied only by Antigone, their long passage punctuated by poetic visions of water and fire, shadow and light.

Dancers in suits

Gecko: The Wedding

Seducing audiences with intricate choreography, provocative narratives and vivid symbolism, The Wedding brings the union between state and individual into question amid a flurry of white dresses.

One person dancing in front of others in a crowd

Peeping Tom: Father (Vader)

The phenomenal choreography and enigmatic visual imagery of Peeping Tom plunge viewers into the realm between fantasy and reality in this empathetic, swirling and surprising portrait of ageing.

photo of a man and a woman

Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre: The Cherry Orchard

Russian screen and stage star Victoria Isakova is aristocrat Lyubov Ranevskaya in an enigmatic and seductive production of Chekhov’s majestic portrait of a nation facing revolutionary change.