LEAR on the road again

Oddbodies 3 Lears

Just a few dates for LEAR this year. There will be more news of other projects and possible overseas dates coming soon, but in the meantime, here’s where you can see our ‘Miniature masterpiece… a brilliantly entertaining, and frequently astonishing evening. A tour de force of physical theatre…’ 

23 04 2022 – Shoreham Shakespeare Festival, Shoreham-on-Sea

17 06 2022  –  Heron Theatre, Milnthorpe, Cumbria

18 06 2022  –  Helmsley Arts Centre, York

23 06 2022  – The Quay Arts Centre, Sudbury, Sufolk

24 06 2022  –   Wells Maltings, Wells-On-The-Sea, Norfolk

Autumn tour

Oddbodies One Man King lear

AT LAST!! Our wonderful one man KING LEAR will be back on the road again VERY SOON. First stop, the Old Bakery Studio in Truro, Cornwall. The following week IntoBodmin at The Old Library, Bodmin, then a quick stop at Colyton Grammar School before heading North with shows at MAC Arts in Galashiels, the Theatre Royal, Dumfries and the Waterside, in Sale. Back down south for a night at the Lighthouse in Poole, over to Wales for a night at Llandinam Village Hall before finishing off at the beautiful Postlip Hall in Gloucestershire. Dates and links below.  Hope to see you along the way, and please do share far and wide…

Old Bakery Studios, Truro, Cornwall  7.30pm Friday 22nd October

Into Bodmin, The Old Library, Bodmin,  7.00pm Saturday 30th October

Colyton Grammar School, Devon, 10.30am Wednesday 3rd November

MAC Arts Galashiels, Scotland 7.30pm Tuesday 9th November

Theatre Royal, Dumfries, Scotland,  7.30pm, Wednesday 10th November

Waterside Arts, Sale, Manchester, 7.30pm Thursday 11th November

Lighthouse Studio, Poole, Dorset  7.30pm, Thursday 18th November

Llandinam Village Hall, Landinam, Wales 7.30pm Thursday 25th November

Postlip Hall, Postlip, Gloucestershire, 7.30pm Friday 26th November

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Paul Morel from Oddbodies performs King Lear

After the uncertainty of 2020, we are very pleased to announce that our acclaimed One Man KING LEAR will be back on the road again in the Autumn of 2021, a list of the tour dates coming soon. In the meantime, a wonderful new digital version will be available online at this year’s Brighton Fringe Festival via  www.thelivingrecord.com which opens on 28th May and runs to 27 June. You can follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram for up to date info and you can watch the trailer HERE