Comme un Gant (2009 - 2010)

Mime and poetry for two boxing gloves.

gLoved is the story of a life in which boxing gloves would have taken up the whole space, of a young boxer who would spend his life running after a flying acrobat...

A life where one would have to beware of flies and where dreams and magic would never be very far from the awakening...

gLoved is in the end a good rabbit punch behind your ears.




photo credit: Magalie Magnin/ design: Raphaël Gouisset

Your letter, at last! - Ta lettre, enfin! (2009 - 2011)

Waiting, waiting for a love letter; that moment between receiving and unsealing the envelope.

Looking, looking at it and through it at you. What does it take to send a letter?

What will it take to receive the answer?

Your Letter, At Last! creates a bridge between mime, poetry and theatre.




design: Romain Ferrer

The Gambler (2011 - 2013)

Enthralling visual tale combining movement, live music and new writing. Drawing on the experiences of real gambling addicts in North London, The Gambler is the story of Edgar; an old man trapped in his past. As he confronts his addiction, he wonders if his decisions were truly his own. Each spin of the wheel recalls the promise of a life he could have had.

He gambles to remember, he gambles to forget.




photo credit: Magnus Godi / design: Benjamin Perrot

CURRENT



The Little Soldiers (2013 - 2014)

Amidst the wonders of the circus, two brothers fight over a beautiful tightrope walker. As she leads them above and below themselves into other imagined lands, their desire slowly turns to obsession. A furious ambition takes hold.

The Little Soldiers is an astonishing concert performance of dance-and-mime theatre, fusing live music and a spellbinding physical aesthetic.




photo credit: François Verbeek / design: Rebecca Pitt


Blind Man’s Song (on tour)

Following sell-out runs at the 2015 London International Mime Festival, Latitude and the Edinburgh Fringe, Theatre Re presents a wordless tale about the power of imagination blending physical theatre, mime, illusions and a live musical score.

"Superb… like a Beckett play designed by Magritte." (Stage)


While a blind man walks around his room with unsteady steps a story of love, hope, courage and unquenchable vision unfolds.





photo credit: François Verbeek / design: Rebecca Pitt

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The Nature of Forgetting (On tour)

Part of British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2017 and following a sell-out run at the 2017 London International Mime Festival, Theatre Re presents a powerful, explosive and joyous piece, combining physical theatre with a live musical score, about what is left when memory is gone.


Tom is 55, today. As he dresses for his party, tangled threads of disappearing memories spark him into life, unravelling as a tale of friendship, love and guilt.






photo credit: Danilo Moroni / design: Rebecca Pitt