Forthcoming Shows: We’re always planning new shows and projects, here’s some of the stuff we’ve got coming up, if you are interested in more please get in touch. Precious Emily – Family Show (BSL/English) The inspirational stories of weightlifters Precious McKenzie and Emily Campbell made into ten different shows by ten different primary schools – all called Precious Emily, combining to become a gala performance. River Tours Guided tours of rivers, performed live, indoors or out, illustrated by especially commissioned textile ribbon maps. The library is growing. A new map and tour will be unveiled in October. All Our Money (early version) Each year Birmingham City Council spends more than £3,000,000,000. Where does all this money come from and how do they decide where it all goes? We’re dramatising Birmingham City Council’s […] Current Shows: Of All The People In All The World The internationally acclaimed performance installation that turns abstract human population statistics into emotionally gripping stories using grains of rice. It’s MUCH better than it sounds. The Commentators An improvised walkabout performance (unless they’re sat down) in which two sports commentators describe everyday life in too much detail. Catch them live in person or streamed live online. The Cardinals Three Cardinals in crimson robes are on a mission of evangelism. They are on tour with a puppet show they have made that sets out their abbreviated and extrapolated reading […] The Steps Series Inspired by teach-yourself-to-dance floor mats, The Steps Series invites audiences to perform the show themselves. Performance instructions are printed out as vinyl footsteps, handprints, ‘objectprints’ and script fragments and applied […] It’s Your Film The theatre has turned itself inside out, but it is still theatre. And beautiful theatre too. De Zeit An act of Victorian illusion, a fairground ride, a peep show, a […] The Anatomy Of Melancholy The Anatomy of Melancholy has been described as “the greatest book ever written”. Nearly 400 years old, it is a vast, 1500 page attempt to identify the causes, symptoms and […] We’ve been doing this a while, take a look at our archive!