Join this tattered troupe as Luna's tragic tale unravels for the first time. But why tonight?
A patchwork of puppetry, poetry, movement and live music stitched together with The Human Zoo's explosive visual imagination. The Girl Who Fell in Love With The Moon sets out to explore humanity's eternal fascination with the skies through the eyes of this playful and dynamic young ensemble.
Thursday, 15 September
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with Roderick Williams and The Orchestra of the Swan
The Orchestra of the Swan has performed around the world, from a sellout concert at the Royal Albert Hall to a tour hugely successful tour of China. We are delighted that this outstanding ensemble are able to join forces with musicians from Warwick School to celebrate the opening of this astonishing new hall.
Saturday, October 1 in Warwick Hall at 7.30pm
Since the invention of photography we have collectively taken over 3.5 trillion photographs. Total Theatre Award nominated Idle Motion search within these snapshots to expose one of the most remarkable untold stories of our age.
Tuesday 11 October, 7pm
Tony’s Last Tape has garnered four and five star reviews in successful runs at Nottingham Playhouse, Bridge House Theatre (London), and the Edinburgh Festival (Pleasance) 2015. Starring Philip Bretherton (best known as Alastair Deacon in ‘As Time Goes By’) we are delighted to be presenting this hugely successful, nationally touring production to you.
Saturday, October 15
Penguin is a little bit selfish. Penguin loves fish fingers, but never shares them. Everything is black and white and that’s just the way Penguin likes it. Until one day Elephant turns up. Elephant is big. Elephant is messy. Elephant likes lots of colour everywhere. However will Penguin cope!?
Sunday, 16 October
An epic tale of magic, heroism, love and betrayal adapted from the novel Arthur: High King of Britain, by Michael Morpurgo, the author of War Horse and Private Peaceful.
Suitable for 7 yrs +
Saturday 22 October and Sunday 23 October
Tickets go on sale soon for our November production of Shakespeare's much loved comedy. This production is a collaboration between Warwick School and King's High School Warwick.
Wednesday, November 16 - Saturday, November 19
Alf is a trawler fisherman at the top of his game. But times are changing and so is the industry, will Alf adapt in order to survive?
Award winning Smoking Apples use innovative puppetry to transport you out to sea, under the ocean and onto the deck of the Catcher’s Fortune.
Wednesday 23 November, 7pm
Scattered combines Motionhouse’s highly physical trademark style with entrancing digital imagery in an extraordinary interaction between film and live performance.
Thursday 16 and Friday 17 February 2017, 7.30pm
The Bridge House Theatre was opened by Dame Judi Dench in 2000 and since then it has grown into one of the area’s most popular venues. Warwick Hall opens in September 2016, and together these outstanding venues provide our audiences with a wide-ranging repertoire of professional plays and concerts, presented alongside local community events and stunning performances from Warwick School Drama and Music students.