A lot of people seemed to have really enjoyed the show and said lovely things about it like:
“Throughout the performance SourDough use many different types of media to tell their tale to great effect”
“This production is visual, vivid and emotive, but beyond all full of imagination”
“The Ice Maiden is quite beautiful”
But don’t worry if you’ve missed it because you can see The Ice Maiden tonight at 7:30 at the Baptist Hall.
So come along for your final chance to enjoy our multi-media storytelling!
Yesterday we had our first performance in Barnstaple and it went well, we got a lot of postiive feedback.
But the good thing is we still have two more performances left for you lucky people to come and see!
We perform at the Baptist Hall today at 4:15 and tomorrow at 7:30 so be there for some lovely puppetry, music and theatre
Theatrefest is a great festival and there are some truly great performances going on, so we recommend you see as much as you can. Particular shout outs must go to our friends Worklight Theatre and their new show I Think I’m a Feminist and Theo Fraser’s truly hilarious Pretentious.
We are performing at the Baptist Hall at the following dates and times so come along for then last performances of The Ice Maiden:
Thursday 20th – 8:00
Friday 21st – 4:15
Saturday 22nd – 7:30
Having been reworking the show since January we have finished the full version, and are performing at the Exeter Ignite Festival tomorrow and Saturday.
We are in the Bike Shed Theatre on tomorrow, Friday 7th at 2:40 and on Saturday at 12:20.
Tickets are £6 with discounts if you buy for one than one show. There’s a lot of good work in the festival and it is all worth seeing, and if you want to cool down tomorrow then come to the Bike Shed for a tale of the frozen kingdoms of the Ice Maiden….
“She, the murderess, the destroyer, is half a child of air and half the powerful ruler of the streams”
SourDough Theatre present Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ice Maiden, the dark tale of a young man called Rudy, whose life is beset by an evil being – the queen of the glaciers, a force of icy rage from the natural world, the titular Ice Maiden. After escaping her when he was young he must now do everything in his power to resist the lure of the Ice Maiden and escape her frosty grasps.
Working from Andersen’s original text, SourDough have devised their own version, merging the old story with their new interpretation. Here they unveil their production of this morbid fairy-tale, exploring a world that is both enticing and dangerous. The story is illustrated with many of the company’s favourite devices; shadows, projection, puppetry and live music.
We will be performing at two different festivals, with a total of five performances throughout June:
Ignite: Exeter’s Festival of Theatre (www.igniteexeter.org.uk)
The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter
Friday 7th June, 2:40pm
Saturday 8th June, 12:20pm
Tickets available at www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk for just £6.
Fringe TheatreFest, Barnstaple (www.theatrefest.co.uk)
The Baptist Hall, Barnstaple
Thursday 20th June, 8:00pm
Friday 21st June, 4:15pm
Saturday 22nd June, 7:30pm
Tickets just £5. For ticketing info, see www.theatrefest.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01271 32 42 42
See you all there!