“Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful.”
A brand new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Gothic horror masterpiece fusing ensemble storytelling, live music, puppetry and stunning theatricality.
Wednesday 25 January, 7.30pm
The Boy Who Bit Picasso is an interactive theatre show for children aged 4 and upwards and their families. Inspired by a true-life story, recorded by Antony Penrose in his book The Boy Who Bit Picasso, the show is about a boy called Tony and the friendship that develops between him and one of the world’s great artists, Pablo Picasso.
Sunday 29 January, 11am and 2pm
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
A visually stunning new production staged within a large set that surrounds the audience. Created especially for teenage audiences, Thrive takes on the challenging subject of trauma and beautifully portrays sensitive themes.
Friday 17 March 2017, 6pm & 8pm
A beautiful and gentle story of friendship, power struggles and the rich world of creative play.
Saturday 6 May 11am and 2pm
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.