M MIME FESTIVAL 15/30 JAN 2000
MOS S OUX B ONT E PHOTO: M. WAJ NR YC H
www. mimefest. co.uk
Aberrations du Documentaliste
Jacques Lecoq videos
No Ordinary Angels
Tanya Khabarova / Derevo
The Circus Space Cabaret
Aberrations du Documentaliste
M MIME F E S T I V A L
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LIMF: 35 Little Russell Street, London WC1A 2HH Tel: 44 (0) 20 7637 5661 Fax: 44 (0) 20 7323 1151 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org web-site: www.mimefest.co.uk
The London International Mime Festival gratefully acknowledges financial support from: Arts Council of England; Association Française d’Action Artistique/Ministére des Affaires Etrangères; CoPEC Culture from Catalonia; the Cultural Department of the French Embassy in London; London Arts Board and SBC (registered charity).
“AN INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED SHOWCASE FOR SOME OF THE MOST STIMULATING EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE TO BE SEEN ANYWHERE”. THE GUARDIAN
Photo of Bolek Polivka from LIMF ‘89
‘A devilishly good show; sexy confident and with a strong emotional hit as it marries circus skills to drama, to stupendous effect.’
‘The seven deadly sins are
given rein in turn, with lust
Jan 13: Gloucester Guildhall Arts Centre 8pm 01452 505 089
climbing the heights in a cun-
Jan 20: High Wycombe Wycombe Swan 8pm 01494 512 000
entwine in quite amazing
ning and slithery trapeze act, where the bare-chested pair lovers’ knots.’ HERALD
Jan 31: Cambridge The Junction 8pm 01223 511 511 Feb 3-5: Glasgow Tron Theatre 8pm 0141 552 4267 Feb 8: Eastbourne College 7.30pm 01323 412000 Feb 10: Newbury Corn Exchange 7.45pm 01635 522 733
Photo: Gilson Camargo
Purcell Room Sat 15 - Wed 19 Jan 8pm ÂŁ10 (ÂŁ8 concs) Mix the skills and thrills of circus with gymnastics, dance and theatre and you have Deadly - a powerfully erotic, multi award-winning portrayal of the Seven Deadly Sins. Set against a background of music from techno to classical, the atmosphere positively crackles with electricity as New Zealander Deborah Pope and Brazilian Rodrigo Matheus create one stunning image after another, and you are left breathless with admiration for the beauty of the human form.
Not suitable for children. Runs approx. 60 minutes Presented in association with SBC
No Ordinary Angels
Paolo Nani The Letter
Purcell Room: Thu 20 - Sun 23 Jan 8pm £10 (£8 concs) ON TOUR High Wycombe, Swan Tue 18 Jan 8pm 01494 512 000 Croydon, Clocktower Wed 19 Jan 8pm 020 8253 1030 Oundle, Stahl Theatre Wed 26 Jan 01832 273 930 Brentford, Watermans Arts Centre Thu 27 Jan 7.45pm 020 8568 1176 From Italy, winner of the European Comedy Award and a sold-out hit at last year’s Festival, this virtuoso show was inspired by French novelist Raymond Queneau’s Omnibus-Exercises of Style, in which one short story is re-told in many ways. In sixty increasingly hilarious minutes, actor/ mime Paolo Nani goes through the routine of writing a letter in a succession of different characterisations and styles. Each self-contained episode is filled with artistry and visual humour. ‘There is a sense of being trapped in an endless loop where life is always the same yet never the same and increasingly hysterical....bubbling with inventive comedy. Watch out for future reappearances of Paolo Nani’s The Letter’. THE TIMES
Presented in association with SBC Runs approx. 60 minutes
photo: Marco Caselli
Mossoux Bonté Gradiva Purcell Room Mon 24 - Wed 26 Jan 8pm £10 (£8 concs) Like a giant marionette, Nicole Mossoux floats above the stage suspended by a cord which is both her means of support and a barrier to her freedom. In this new follow-on to the company’s award-winning Twin Houses, which explored the relationship between performer and puppets, Gradiva reveals the powers of suggestion that animated figures can exercise on human beings. A seamless blend of dance and theatre and a compelling journey to the furthest reaches of your imagination. ‘Spoken text and explicable gestures could not begin to define the nebulous sensibilities that this show brings into focus. It nudges at the very beingness of being. If this is the way mime is going, then three cheers’. INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY on Twin Houses Presented in association with SBC Runs approx. 60 minutes
photo: Micha Wajnr ych
Purcell Room Thu 27 - Sun 30 Jan Thu - Sat 8pm, Sun 6pm £10 (£8 concs) ON TOUR Oundle, Stahl Theatre Tue 1 Feb 01832 273 930 Brentford, Watermans Arts Centre Fri 4 Feb 020 8568 1176
Catalan performers Xavier Marti and Christian Atanasiu have character observation down to a fine art in this series of silent, bittersweet sketches. Innocuous situations are taken to extremes, realistic yet absurd, where sentiment plunges into cynicism and the small tragedies of daily routine become too funny for words. Winners of the Innovation Award for Comedy at the Moers Festival, the duo makes its British debut with these performances. Leave higher sensibilities at home - come and enjoy a night of slapstick and sight gags, dark humour and physical comedy skills. ‘Simple everyday situations are brought wickedly, sometimes brutally to their humorous conclusion in wonderfully crafted scenes...’
Runs approx. 70 minutes Presented in association with SBC
photo: Leandre Escorsell
Johnny Melville Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer Sat 22 & Sun 23 Jan 1pm Free All your questions about Europe and the Euro answered in this rare London appearance by Amsterdam-based Scotsman, Johnny Melville. World class mime and clowning skills, canny insight and amazing energy. Runs approx. 50 minutes Presented in association with SBC
photo: Anne Malmgren
Les Deux Voyages de Jacques Lecoq Double-bill: Part 1 Le corps, le mouvement Part 2 Le jeu, la creation Director: Jean Noel Roy, 1999 Ciné Lumiere, Institut Français: Sat 22 & Sat 29 Jan 3.30pm Admission is free, but capacity limited. To reserve a seat ring 020 7637 5661.
First London screenings for this fascinating hommage to Jacques Lecoq, who died in January 1999 and whose ideas and teachings made him one of the most influential theatre figures of recent times. Jean-Noel Roy’s two forty-five minute documentary films (to be shown in one session) show Lecoq at work with students at his Paris theatre school, and include interviews with many, now well-known, former pupils. Jacques Lecoq performed his brilliant lecture-demonstration Tout Bouge at the Institut Français as part of the 1982 Mime Festival. We are proud to present Les Deux Voyages de Jacques Lecoq in tribute to his memory. Runs approx. 105 mins, inc interval. Thanks to: Marie Bonnel at the Division du Cinema, Ministère des Affaires Etrangères, Paris, and to Dominique Hoff at the Institut Français, London.
photo: P. Lecoq
Stan’s Cafe It’s Your Film Cabot Hall, Canary Wharf Wed 26 - Sat 29 Jan £2 Wed-Fri 12 noon-3pm and 5-8pm Sat 11am-2pm and 3-5pm
The work of Birminghambased Stan’s Cafe has resonated through the physical theatre world for nearly a decade. Somewhere between a peep show and a fairground ride, its latest production lasts just 180 seconds and is performed for an audience of one, seated in a small viewing booth. Using slide projection and live performance, two actors conjure up a dense emotional narrative from a whirl of beautiful cinematic images; close-ups, long shots, interiors and exteriors, dissolves and superimpositions. The immediacy is thrilling, with a latent charge which sustains long after viewing. It’s Your Film is staged for you alone. It plays ten times per hour - book your own private viewing NOW.
photo: Ed Dinsdale
Stephen Mottram’s Animata In Suspension
Pleasance Theatre London Sun 16 - Tue 18 Jan 8pm £9 (£7 concs) ON TOUR High Wycombe, Swan Wed 19 Jan 8pm 01494 512 000 In a series of extraordinary vignettes performed to the atmospheric music of top British composers Pete McPhail, Glyn Perrin and Simon Walters, marionettist Stephen Mottram creates powerful animation theatre, for adults. The incredible world they inhabit is full of surprises, from the most elegant and tender moments to darkly mystifying magic. Humour combines with the macabre to create a richly teasing visual feast, while uneasiness grows as the puppets become more and more independent of the artist who controls them. Sophisticated visual theatre which is hauntingly different. ‘Its powerful atmospheric quality is totally captivating’. PLAYS AND PLAYERS
‘A subtle reconstruction of the world’. EL MERCURIO. Chile
Runs approx. 60 minutes
photo: David Burns
Make Your Brains Go Pop Pleasance Theatre London Thu 20 - Sat 22 Jan 8pm £9 (£7 concs) Workshop: Sat 15 Jan see page 23 for details
Star of BBC’s Hububb - now in its fourth series - and featured artist in cabaret, circus and variety shows around the world, Les Bubb’s high energy mime/ clown artistry has enthralled audiences from the legendary Crazy Horse in Paris to the Wuhan International Festival of Acrobatic Art in China. He’s toured Europe’s major opera houses and theatres in renowned film director Werner Herzog’s Varieté, and played a season in Vaudeville 2000 at Hollywood’s hot spot Magic Castle. Sixty minutes of astonishing physical skills and comedy, and what he does with rubber bands is simply incredible! Experience Les Bubb now - before he bursts. Runs approx. 60 minutes
photos: Nic Barlow
‘What skills! Brilliant musical comedians’. L’EXPRESS
photo: Philippe Crochard
Le Quatuor Jean-Claude Camors: violin Laurent Cirade: cello Pierre Ganem: viola Laurent Vercambre: violin Queen Elizabeth Hall Fri 21 - Sun 23 Jan Fri-Sat 7.45pm, Sun 5pm £10, £12, £15, £18
The ultimate string quartet, Le Quatuor plays Bach, Beatles and most everything else in between. Not only that, they also dance, sing, and chance the laws of gravity with some unlikely acrobatics. Le Quatuor last delighted Mime Festival audiences in 1994. Now, following a year-long sold-out Paris run, these extraordinary musical clowns return to London with their brand new show. Totally off-the wall pantomime for cultured ears.
Runs approx. 2 hours, inc. interval
HALF PRICE TICKETS FOR CHILDREN AGED 16 AND UNDER ON SUNDAY
The Exhibitionists Hoxton Hall Fri 28 - Sun 30 Jan 8pm £9 (£7 concs) Members: £7 waged (£6 unwaged) Workshop: Sat 29 Jan see page 23 for details
Far beyond the surreal, this tale of four bored security guards in a gallery of modern art freefalls into an alternative world of impressively mounting chaos. Ground-breaking, hilarious and genuinely eccentric, The Exhibitionists touches new heights of absurdity to reveal the hollow pretentiousness of the sane establishment. Winner of the Total Theatre Award for Best British production at the 1999 Edinburgh Fringe. ‘Deranged, dangerous... a brilliant display. Riveting stuff.’ THE STAGE
‘Joyfully barking’ INDEPENDENT
(Pick of the Day/Edinburgh) Runs approx. 60 minutes
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photo: Gordon Munro
Aberrations du Documentaliste Tue 25 - Thu 27 Jan 6pm, 7.30pm and 9pm £8.50 (£6.50 concs) inc. ICA m’ship
For thirty five spectators at a time, in the atmospheric stillness of an antiquary’s library, mysteries of the universe are explored and explained in a miracle of miniature animation theatre. A voyage through ideas and time, enigmatic and beautiful, Aberrations is the stuff of dreams.... and nightmare.
Performed by puppeteers Ezechiel Garcia-Romeu and François Tomsu, and featuring distinguished French actor Jacques Fornier as the mysterious antiquary, this most unusual theatre experience was one of the 1999 Avignon Festival’s outstanding hits. ‘A moment of magic’. LA PROVENCE
Co-production: Théâtre de la Massue, Théâtre Granit - Scène Nationale de Belfort, L’Arche - Centre d’Art et de Rencontres de Bethoncourt, Nouveau Théâtre de Besançon - Centre Dramatique National, Le Channel - Scène National de Calais, Théâtre de Nice Centre Dramatique National, Scènes du Jura Lons-Dôle. A s s o c i at i o n Fra n ç a i s e d ’ A c t i o n A r t i s t i q u e M i n i s t è re d e s A ffa i re s É t ra n g è re s
Runs approx. 45 minutes
photo: Brigitte Enguérand
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Snuffhouse Dustlouse ICA Theatre
Mon 17 - Thu 20 Jan 8pm £10 (£8 concs) inc. ICA m’ship Workshop: Pleasance Theatre London Wed 19 Jan see page 23 for details Part Eraserhead, part Gormenghast, part Charles Dickens, Snuffhouse Dustlouse is the poignant tale of a half-human half-sack figure whose obsessive daily rituals are threatened by the sudden arrival of an outsider. Forgotten truths about the past emerge, an ordered world is thrown into chaos. With its bizarre stories and wonderfully Heath Robinson mechanical sets, Faulty Optic’s unique style of animation theatre has fascinated audiences around the world First created ten years ago, Snuffhouse Dustlouse has become a timeless classic, an orgy of visual delights including an automated thunder machine, pickled talking heads and a spectacularly glittering finale. ‘Sucked into this weird world we are transfixed by magic’. THE GUARDIAN
Runs approx. 70 minutes
Tanya Khabarova/ Derevo Company Reflection
ICA Theatre: Fri 21 - Sun 23 Jan 8pm £10 (£8 concs) inc. ICA m’ship Russia’s controversial, contemporary clown ensemble Derevo has already enjoyed great success at the Mime Festival with its apocalyptic The Red Zone (1998), and in contrasting style with Once (1999), a fairy tale about love. In this electrifying new solo show, Derevo founder member Tanya Khabarova revisits the elemental, twilight landscape of The Red Zone. With extraordinary charisma, silent force, and drawing on a mastery of butoh and raw commedia, she reveals the darker side of clown theatre. ‘Terrifying and tantalising...it’s the razor-edged contrast in tone that makes Red Zone so extraordinary. Poised between structure and void, it is a must-see in the truest sense.’ THE LIST (Edinburgh) Runs approx. 60 minutes
photo: Anton Adassinski
GERMANY photos: Manuela Seeber
Flamingo Bar Music: rat’n’X ICA Theatre: Fri 28 - Sun 30 Jan 8pm £10 (£8 concs) inc. ICA m’ship Following the success of Faces of the Night at the 1999 Festival, Frank Soehnle returns with another offbeat masterpiece from the Figurentheater Tübingen repertoire. Set in the seedy, demimondaine Flamingo Bar, a tale of seduction and desire unfolds - a wordless intermezzo for fans, shoes, and every sort of puppet object and animated figure. ‘It should be hard to believe that sticks, rags and strings - no more than can be carried in one hand - could elicit such emotion, laughter and curiosity, but the German puppeteer Frank Soenhle makes it easy to accept. None of the puppets is large and Soenhle never tries to hide the work of his hands, yet the puppets are exquisitely suggestive and their movements hint fleetingly, as though out of the corner of your eye, at outrageous lust and longing.’ NEW YORK TIMES
Runs approx. 70 minutes
The Circus Space Cabaret The Circus Space Thu 27 & Fri 28 Jan 8pm ÂŁ9.50 (ÂŁ7.50 concs)
The Circus Space presents two glittering evenings of polished gems, set in a ring. Be dazzled by the sparkling acrobatics of Mimbre, bowled over by the exquisitely precise and elegant juggling of Cecile Poncet, and be captivated by the multi-faceted contortions of Les Mandragores.
photo: Eric Richmond
Big Give, Big Take Sat 15 Jan 11am-5pm Pleasance Theatre London £25 (£20 concs) Bookings: 020 7609 1800 Brilliant mime and clowning skills have taken Les Bubb around the world in live performance and on TV. His workshop explores the special nature of solo performance and what makes it work for a universal audiences. The workshop will focus on humour and energy but principally on the techniques of illusionary mime. Participants should have some performance experience.
RIDICULUSMUS Seriously Funny secrets of modern comic performance Sat 29 Jan 10am-5pm Hoxton Hall £25 (£20 concs) Bookings: 020 7739 5431 Facilitated by Jon Hough and David Woods, artistic directors of Ridiculusmus Theatre Co. An introduction to some essential principles in comic performance. Drawing on techniques and methods from Stanislavsky to Commedia dell'arte to Morecambe and Wise, the workshop will help you find your seriously funny self. Confidence-boosting and ego-less, the workshop will help you find your seriously funny self. Suitable for students, practitioners and teachers, and most successful when approached without expectation of any laughter. Please wear comfortable clothing
FAULTY OPTIC Wed 19 Jan 10am-4pm Pleasance Theatre London £25 (£20 concs) Bookings: 020 7609 1800 Liz Walker and Gavin Glover lead a workshop which concentrates on basic puppetry manipulation and movement skills, using two person puppets. Participants should wear dark clothes.
CRITICAL PRACTICE 7 Circus As Theatre Voice Box, Royal Festival Hall Sat 22 Jan 3-5pm Admission £5 (£3 concs) Free for Total Theatre members The past decade has seen a renaissance of 'circus theatre' with the success of such companies as Archaos, Cirque de Soleil, Licedei and Slava Polunin. This year's Festival opens with an interpretation of the Seven Deadly Sins by aerialists, No Ordinary Angels; the Millenium Dome has put circus at the middle of its attractions and increasing numbers of young performers are developing circus skills and bringing them into theatre performance. Led by a panel of leading practitioners, this discussion explores the notion of 'circus theatre' and highlights its pleasures and pitfalls. Limited capacity. Early booking recommended. To reserve a place and for further details call 020 7729 7944. Total Theatre in association with London International Mime Festival and SBC
BOOKING FOR ALL WORKSHOPS OPENS MONDAY 6 DECEMBER N.B. Payment must be received before the day of the workshop.
BOOKING Cabot Hall, Canary Wharf E14
Coronet Street N1 6HD 020 7613 4141
Circus Space Cabaret
All bookings to 30 Dec: 020 7637 5661
Open: Mon-Fri 9am-10pm, Sat 1.30pm-6pm, Sun 1.30pm9pm (answering machine at other times). Christmas closing: 24 Dec-3 Jan, incl. E-mail: email@example.com
All bookings from 5 Jan: 020 7418 2783 Open Mon-Fri 10am-6pm. Transport: By Tube: Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf or Docklands Light Railway from Bank, Tower Gateway, Stratford, Lewisham or Beckton to Canary Wharf ( Zone 2). By Car: the most convenient car park is underground in Cabot Place. For parking enquiries call 020 7418 2755. Disabled Access: all shows are accessible to wheelchair users. Adapted WC. Shopping/eating/drinking: Canary Wharf has a great selection of bars, cafes and shops, so you can catch the show, do a little shopping and grab a bite to eat.
Ciné Lumière Institut Français 17 Queensberry Place SW7
Jacques Lecoq: videoCiné presentation Lumière Admission to the Lecoq video presentation is free, but booking is recommended. Ring the festival office on 020 7637 5661 (closed 23-27 Dec and 31 DecCiné Lumière 4 Jan). Please do not ring the Ciné Lumière box office direct. Transport: By Tube: South Kensington (Piccadilly, District & Circle Lines), then a 2 minute walk along Harrington Place, turning right into Queensberry Place. The Ciné Lumière is on the right. By Bus: 14, 345, 45A, 49, 70, 74, C1.
Web: www.thecircusspace. co.uk Transport: By Tube: Old Street station (Northern Line, city branch), take Exit 2, then a 4 minute walk eastwards along Old Street towards the Holiday Inn Express, turning left into Pitfield Street, then 2nd right into Coronet Street. The Circus Space is at the end of the street on the left. By Bus: 22A, 22B, 26, 43, 55, 505. By Rail: Old Street (Great Northern Line), or Liverpool Street then 22A/B, 243, 505 northbound. Disabled Access: all shows are accessible to wheelchair users and there is an adapted toilet on the ground floor.
Croydon Clocktower Katharine St. Croydon
Box Office: 0181 253 1030
Frequent trains run from Victoria, London Bridge and Kings Cross Thameslink. By Bus: close to the major Croydon bus routes and 10 minutes walk from West Croydon Bus Station. By Tram: nearest stop is George Street. By Car: the nearest car park is Fairfield in Barclay Road or Surry Street in Scarbrook Road. Disabled Access: ramped access from street level and lifts to all floors. Accessible adapted toilets on both ground and first floors. Minicom bookings 020 8253 1027.
130 Hoxton Street N1 6SH 020 7739 5431
Ridiculusmus Open: answering machine at all times. Leave your booking details - they will call you back if the show is selling out. Transport: By Tube: Old Street (Northern Line, city branch), take Exit 2, then a 12-15 minute walk eastwards along Old Street, past the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and turn left into Hoxton Street. Hoxton Hall is 2-3 minutes walk on the right hand side. By Bus: 22A, 22B, 26, 43 55, 505. Disabled Access: ground floor wheelchair access and adapted WC. Induction loop in the theatre.
Katharine St, Croydon CR9 1ET 020 8253 1030
Paolo Nani Open: Mon-Sat 10am-8pm Sun 12 noon-8pm Christmas closing: 24-28 Dec and 31 Dec-3 Jan inc. Transport: By Train: a 10 minute walk from either East or West Croydon stations.
The Mall SW1Y 5AH 020 7930 3647
Aberrations Faulty Optic Fig’theater Tubingen Khabarova/Derevo
Web Site: www.ica.org.uk Transport: Charing Cross or Piccadilly Circus tube station. Disabled Access: limited access. If you are a wheelchair user, please reserve your ticket in advance. These seats are released for general sale 24 hours before the performance. There is an induction loop in the theatre. Contact the box office for details.
Carpenters Mews, North Road, Islington N7 9EF 020 7609 1800
Les Bubb Stephen Mottram Open: Mon 10am-6pm, Tue-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat-Sun 4-9pm on performance days only. Calls will automatically be transferred to First Call ticket agency at all other times, or when the Box Office is busy. There is a 50p charge on all telephone bookings. Christmas closing: 25-26 Dec and 31 Dec-3 Jan inc. Transport: By Tube: Caledonian Road (1
stop from Kings X) then a 3 minute walk. Turn left out of station, then take the first turning on the left into North Road. The Pleasance Theatre is set back from on the left above Shillibeer's Brasserie. By Bus: 10, C12, 17, 91, N91, 259, 274. Disabled Access: wheelchair access (ring in
advance to book a space) and adapted WC. Royal Festival Hall incorporating The Purcell Room and Queen Elizabeth Hall Belvedere Road SE1 8XX 020 7960 4242
Le Quatuor Johnny Melville Marti-Atanasiu Mossoux Bonte No Ordâ€™ary Angels Paolo Nani By Phone: Mon-Sun 9.30am-9pm. In Person: Mon-Sun 10am-9pm. There is a ÂŁ1 telephone booking handling charge per transaction. On-line ticket ordering and info: www.sbc.org.uk Fax Booking : 020 7921 0821 By Post: Send cheque payable to 'South Bank Centre' to: The Box Office, Royal Festival Hall, London SE1 8XX. Please enclose a stamped, selfaddressed envelope. Reservations: will be held for 3 days. Unpaid reservations should be collected 1 hour before performance. Christmas closing: 3pm on 24 Dec to 1pm on 26 Dec. Web Site: www.sbc.org. uk Transport: By Tube: Waterloo, or
Embankment/Charing Cross then a walk across Hungerford Bridge. By Rail: Waterloo station and follow signs for Royal Festival Hall/MOMI. By Bus: Any to Waterloo Bridge/County Hall. Disabled access: 020 7921 0926.
40 High Street, Brentford, Middx TW8 0DS 020 8568 1176
Marti-Atanasiu Paolo Nani By Phone: Tue-Sun 11.30am-7.30pm. Tickets can be mailed out for a small charge. In Person: Tue-Sun 11.30am until 15 mins. after start of the day's last perf. event. Closed Mondays. By Post: send cheque payable to 'Hounslow Arts Trust Ltd' to the above address, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Reservations can be held for up to three days, after which they will be sold if payment has not been received. Christmas closing: 25 Dec and 1 Jan. Transport: By Rail: Waterloo, Vauxhall or Clapham Junction to Kew Bridge station, then a 5 minute walk, or Gunnersbury (North London Line / Silverlink) then a short bus ride. By Bus: 65, 237, 267, N97 all stop outside Watermans. By Tube: Gunnersbury or South Ealing and a short bus ride. Disabled Access: wheelchair facilities - ring in advance to book a space.
By Phone: Mon-Sun 12 noon-9.30pm (most busy between 6-9pm) In Person: Mon-Sun 12 noon9.30pm. Advance bookings only taken until 6pm. Online Booking: tickets@ica. org.uk (allow 24 hours for processing) By Fax: 020 7873 0051 (allow 24 hours for processing) By Post: make cheque payable to ICA Ltd. or credit card details with s.a.e. or add 50p for processing to: Ticket Office, ICA, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH. Christmas closing: 22 Dec-3 Jan inc
LONDON INTERNATIONAL MIME FESTIVAL 2000
NO ORD ANGELS
NO ORD ANGELS
NO ORD ANGELS
Fri 21 Sat 22 Sun 23
NO ORD ANGELS NO ORD ANGELS
8pm 8pm 8pm
Plus workshops & Critical Practice discussion- see page 23
PLEASANCE/ CIRCUS SPACE
LES BUBB 8pm
STAN’S CAFE 12-3pm, 5-8pm
CIRCUS SPACE CABARET 8pm
STAN’S CAFE 12-3pm, 5-8pm
CIRCUS SPACE CABARET 8pm
STAN’S CAFE 12-3pm, 5-8pm
PAOLO NANI 7.45pm
STAN’S CAFE 11am-2pm, 3-5pm MARTI-ATANASIU
Fri 4 Feb
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