Behind the walls of an ordinary woman’s flat something is taking over. Is it mice? A monster? Or just her imagination? Pulled away from her everyday existence she finds herself drawn into a bizarre landscape of senses and transformations.

With puppetry, performance and original music ‘WILD LIFE’ asks how someone’s inner wild nature can survive the demands of modern life.

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WILD LIFE

How can someone’s inner wild nature live alongside the demands of modern life?

The Ding Foundation’s 4th Production, “Wild Life”, is going on tour. With an Arts Council grant and support from a Crowd-Funder campaign, they are booked to perform this October at the following venues:

UNITY THEATRE, Liverpool
Oct 4-5 at 8pm; Oct 6 at 6pm  Tel: 0844 873 2888
£12 / £10
(Conc.)

NORDEN FARM ARTS CENTRE, Maidenhead
Oct 19 at 7.30pm  Tel: 01628 788997
£12 / £10
(Supporters)

PREMA ARTS CENTRE, Gloucestershire
Oct 20 at 7pm  Tel: 01453 860703
£10 / £7
(Conc.)
Friends: £8 / £6 (Conc.)
Family: £25 / £23 (Conc.)
On the day: £15

NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE
Oct 24 at 7.30pm  Tel: 0115 846 7777
£12 /£10
(Conc.)
£8  
(Restricted View)

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Created by The Ding Foundation in collaboration with Angela de Castro
Devised by The Company: Joanna Holden, Chloe Purcell, Amelia Pimlott & Hannah Marshall
Puppetry Direction – Steve Tiplady
Assistant Director – Miranda Porter
Design & Making – Amelia Pimlott
Music – Hannah Marshall
Lighting – Douglas Kuhrt
Producers – Ana Gillespie/Claire Bigley
Video – Marie Klimis
Photographs – Alan Powdrill
The video is taken from extracts of recent rehearsals at Battersea Arts Centre.