FEAST 2018

9-11th November 2018

Returning for it’s third year FEAST festival is offers the best of regional and national contemporary theatre in the gorgeous setting of Malvern.

All performances are based at Malvern Cube with the exception of two side orders held at Malvern's Theatre of Small Convenience. 

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Friday - Late Lunch

Twofold 2.00pm - 3.00pm
Contact Dance Company are an inclusive dance company. 'Twofold' is a programme of dance exploring the multi-layered stories, magic and dynamics that unfold when two people meet.

‘This is about the ‘work’ of friendship, the effort, honesty and compromise necessary to nurture and empower a lasting bond with another person. This is also about love. The love that exists when two people understand and appreciate one another on a level that goes beyond words’
Entry £3. Tickets here.

Perspectives on WW1 3.00-4.30pm
University of the 3rd Age (U3A) present enacted scenes, audience participation and discussion about the effects of the war on soldiers, their families and society.
Entry free.

Friday - Nibbles

A collection of tiny, tasty, theatre treats seasoned with a dash of film shorts. New work from across the region. Bar open throughout.
Entry £3.50. Tickets Here

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Saturday - Family Day!

Family FEAST is for kids aged 1-101
Family FEAST is an 'all you can eat' theatre extravaganza for kids ages 1-101. Wristbands for the days activities are just £7  per person and will allow you to access all FEAST activities listed below between 11am and 4.30pm. Under 3's go free. Cube cafe open throughout the day.

Cardboard Carnival: Lempen Theatre
Trunk, Tail, Ears or Wings? Carnival creates itself from all sorts of things! This is 'Carnival of the Animals' but not as we know it. With inspiration from the music by Camille Saint-Saens.

The Sacred Fire: Aracheli Cabera
"Beautiful and wondrous". A magical valley surrounded by mountains is the shelter of 'The Sacred Fire'. The fire is the keeper of life but one day the fire goes out! This show contains a dragon!

Bee Cart: Pif Paf
Bee Guides Bombus and Borage have left the Hive with the Bee Cart – their mobile world of interaction and surreal but true information exploring all things Bees and Pollination. An exciting, accessible walkabout theatre piece.

Clapperbox bt Fetch Theatre: A firm favourite of FEAST
Back with their wonderfully interactive and curious, participative puppet event. Clapperbox features small scale theatre booths, a lot of random objects and wonderfully written quirky adaptations of classic movies.

Giant Cardboard puppet workshop: Fetch theatre
Think big with a giant cardboard puppet workshop. Work together to create a large scale puppet that can collectively be puppeteered at the end of the day.

Crystal Edem Sensory Space:
This is an 'out of this world shared sensory experience' of visual theatrics, media and art. Spend all day or just a minute in this lively and fantastically beautiful space.

SongSPACE: Back by popular demand. Seasonal sing along show with our wonderful JuliLa.

Talent Spot: for young performers.
Introducing Fred Gunning, street dancer and choreographer.

Entry £7 per person for whole day's activities.

 

Saturday - Side Order

Wrong Door Film Club (11am - 2pm)
Drop-in short films every 15 minutes.
This tasty treat is offsite at the Theatre of Small Convenience, Edith Walk, Malvern WR14 4QH.
Donations welcome.

 

Saturday - Main Course

Coulrophobia by Pickled Image 8.00pm Tickets £12 available here.

“This really is a fabulous show, laugh-out-loud-good, funny, inventive, full of craziness.” Theatre Voice

Dik and Adam are Clowns! They couldn’t fight their way out of a paper bag, let alone a surreal cardboard world. Why are they there and what are they supposed to be doing? They know something sinister is afoot (wearing really big shoes…) and they need to get out before it’s too late. Join them on a ridiculous, anarchic, often hysterical and sometimes terrifying quest for freedom. This piece is sheer genius. 14+


A 80-minute show featuring slapstick, mime, puppetry and a LOT of cardboard.

DJ Ed Steelfox will be in the bar with his cocktail of super smooth sounds.

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Sunday - Cake

Cardboard Creations Exhibition 2.00pm-4.00pm
Drop in to our exhibition on the theme of 'Maintaining a Peaceful Society', to mark the Centenary of the Armistice 2- 4pm. Inspiring cardboard creations by organisations and individuals from across the county. Cafe open.
Free entry.

U3A Remembrance Readings  2.00-4.00pm
15 minute performed readings on themes of 'voices from the war ', 'life in the trenches', 'women & war', including some 'alternative poems'.
Another offsite special at the Theatre of Small Convenience, Edith Walk, Malvern WR14 4QH.
Donations.


Sunday Night - Have your cake and eat it!
Do You Believe? An evening of mind-reading, magic and physic ability with the incredible DUNCAN WILLIAM, immediately followed by a home-coming gig by THE ARISTOCRATS UK. This will blow your mind! "That's amazing, that's just like ridiculous!" 5 star (BBC)
Entry: £10/£5 under 21's (advance booking price)

Duncan William 7.30pm
Duncan William has been performing magic and mind reading for over 15 years. His act is unique, contemporary and highly visual including mind-bending illusions. He started performing magic when he was 7 years old and over time has crafted his act into what it is now.

Having performed alongside Derren Brown and from the same generation of magicians and Dynamo and David Blaine, Duncan has lived and breathed magic for the main part of his life.

Aristocrats 9.00pm
Aristocrats are an independent 4-piece hip hop collective based in Bristol that experiment with a new age sound. The group is made up of MCs Stash and Stil Bizzy, and producers JMaxfield and dubL $w£ggrz. This will be a homecoming show for them as they have strong ties with the Malvern area.