LOVE, BOMBS & APPLES IS THE NEW PLAY BY AWARD WINNING PLAYWRIGHT HASSAN ABDULRAZZAK, A ONE MAN SHOW PERFORMED BY ASIF KHAN. IT'S THE COMIC TALE OF FOUR MEN, FROM DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE GLOBE, EXPERIENCING A MOMENT OF REVELATION.
It has toured the UK and had very successful runs at The Arcola, London 2016 and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017. It will tour again in 2018, see below for dates.
“A lesson in how to stage powerful, political theatre.” Islington Gazette
OCKHAM'S RAZOR PREMIERED THEIR NEW SHOW TIPPING POINT AT THE LONDON INTERNATIONL MIME FESTIVAL 2016. IT IS NOW TOURING AND WON THE TOTAL THEATRE & JACKSONS LANE AWARD FOR CIRCUS AT THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 2016.
“Ockham’s Razor push themselves to the limit in a terrific show that wields lethal-looking poles to blend circus acrobatics, playground games and trust exercises." - Guardian
“Their feats are, without question, impressive - exhilarating to watch, both thrilling and nerve-racking - a spellbinding performance.” - The Stage
HE AIN'T HEAVY IS A NEW SHOW BY ODDLY MOVING. GRANIA PICKARD TELLS THE STORY OF GROWING UP WITH HER DISABLED AUTISTIC BROTHER "SEAN". IT IS AVAILABLE TO TOUR IN 2018.
"Grania's work is a full-bodied, eloquent meditation on life with autism that raises awareness, builds bridges with a mainstream audience, and connects us to the beauty of accepting life as it is and loving unreservedly." LucyLoveCircus
KEY WORDS IS A FREE PLAYWRITING PROJECT FOR 11 - 14 YEAR OLDS WHO HAVE DYSLEXIA OR OTHER CHALLENGES WITH WRITING.
Over the course of 8 after school workshops (spring 2018 term) using games and drama activities the participants will develop their own play with the help of a professional writer and a director. The plays will be performed by professional actors (in a rehearsed reading) on the main stage at the Lyric, Hammersmith.
The plays will be collected together and printed as a paperback, each participant will recieve a free copy.
DO YOU WANT TO JOIN KEY CLUB? THEN PLEASE FILL OUT THE ONLINE APPLICATION.
Key Club is a FREE creative arts and social club for young people on the autism spectrum. The members meet once a month at The Lyric, Hammersmith on a Saturday from September to June. They participate in a creative workshop and share refreshments and social time.
“I love coming to the club because we get to do something new, creative and fun each month!”
“If there was no Key Club I don't think I'd be the same person I am today. I don't know what would have happened to get me out of the house and interacting with people, especially people my own age.”