Cold comfort at Trestle Arts Base, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 10:04 20 February 2010 | UPDATED: 14:56 06 May 2010

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A COLLABORATION between a theatre and a dance company is behind How Cold My Toes, the next production at the Trestle Arts Base in St Albans. Award-winning theatre company Travelling Light and urban dance company Champloo are behind the new one-hour show w

A COLLABORATION between a theatre and a dance company is behind How Cold My Toes, the next production at the Trestle Arts Base in St Albans.

Award-winning theatre company Travelling Light and urban dance company Champloo are behind the new one-hour show which takes the audience on a journey through the seasons.

It starts from the vitality of spring through to the long lazy days of summer before moving from the crackle and crunch of autumn to the frosty frozen fingers of winter.

It is all performed in a wordless mix of performance, music and dance which can be seen at 2pm and 4.30pm next Sunday, February 28.

The artistic team is led by director Sally Cookson, who recently directed the West End run of We're Going On A Bear Hunt, and her regular designer Katie Sykes.

The show is suitable for children aged two and upwards and tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for concessions and £25 for a family, available from the box office on 01727 850950 or go to www.trestle.org.uk

l DanceDigital is putting on Emerge - a work inspired by or using technology in its delivery on stage - at the arts base in Russet Drive next Thursday, February 25.

The event includes work from Diccon Hogger, Darren Johnston, Heather Eddington , Lvone Robinson and Adrienne Hart - all choreographers from the eastern region or beyond.

It starts at 7.30pm and is suitable for ages 11 and upwards. Tickets are £7 for adults with concessions £4.


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