Our latest show is here! This summer Mouths of Lions will be taking audiences in Brighton and Buxton on a search for the wild hippo of the United Kingdom of England…
Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts! This weird and wonderful family show for all ages will have kids storming the stage. Bring your hippo catchers, because Dr. Zeiffal has most likely lost hers!
Mouths of Lions take you on a hunt for the hippo who can never be caught in this brand new show first commissioned for the Folkestone Living Advent Calendar. Expect belly laughs and belly flops in an adventure inspired by discoveries of prehistoric hippo bones all over the UK.
“The performers were fantastic, extremely engaging and energetic. Intelligent, imaginative and very funny!” JimJam Arts
Lions on tour…
Dr Zeiffal and Dr Zeigal will be hippo hunting at the Brighton Fringe and Buxton Fringe this summer, with further tour dates to be announced.
28-30 May, 2-5 of June
The Otherplace at the Warren
For tickets and full info click here
Tickets on sale soon
The fun’s not over yet as we head to Leeds where a few of MOL went to university to play a one-off show at the Stage@Leeds (tickets). We also came away from Calm Down, Dear with a great ★★★★ review from PlaystoSee.com which you can read here. Don’t worry SUPERFUNADVENTURETIMES continues to develop so watch this space!
Returning after a sell-out scratch performance at Sprint Festival earlier in the year – Georgia, Chloe, Rimi & Lou – bring this fresh new show about four real-life real-time friends and fantasy back to the stage. It’s time for SUPERFUNADVENTURETIMES 2.0! Proudly part of the feminist festival Calm Down, Dear at Camden People’s Theatre on Tuesday 29 September. Tickets available here.
“Rogue wizards. Hordes of goblins. Bands of heroes. Lone adventurers and trusty sidekicks.”
We’re currently continuing our work on SUPERFUNADVENTURETIMES and are proud to have appeared as part of the vibrant Camden Sprint Festival 2015 and The Battersea Arts Centre Freshly Scratched event. More info. here
We are currently developing our next show which is based on females adventuring, what it means to be a hero and true friendship.
Here’s a snap of us performing at a scratch night at the Brockley Jack in October 2014.
Bringing together artists from different disciplines to make work that engages audiences across the UK.
Our aim is to make theatre that is brave, epic and alive.
By telling universal stories we want to make them accessible for everyone. For us it’s not about recreating the real world on stage, it’s about exploring the artifice of theatre on an epic scale.