Aug
23
Wed
Happy Feet – Margate @ Dreamland
Aug 23 @ 3:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Happy Feet - Margate @ Dreamland | England | United Kingdom

FREE!

A hundred years of dance crazes in a hundred minutes! Let’s dance!

Let’s dance! The Ragroof Players present their latest participatory show, Happy Feet. Let our fabulous DJs and dancers take you on a non-stop dance-a- thon through decades of dance crazes.

You’ll be whizzed through a dazzling dance off led by the Ragroof team of Fabulous Flappers, Disco Divas, and Latino Groovers. Starting with a cheeky Charleston and moving through Lindy Hop, Big Band Swing, and Mambo….without missing a beat on to the Rock and Roll Stroll, the Twist, the Macarena, Uptown Funk…to the present day.

HAPPY FEET brings hundreds of people together in one big snowballing Soul Train, all grooving along to a fabulous selection of dance tunes, from Jeepers Creepers to Gangnam Style, via Saturday Night Fever and Bingo Bango.

No dance experience needed, no partner needed.

Presented by Coasters

 

Aug
27
Sun
Happy Feet – Dover @ Dover Port Esplanade
Aug 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Happy Feet - Dover @ Dover Port Esplanade | England | United Kingdom

Marine Parade, Dover Port Esplanade
FREE!

A hundred years of dance crazes in a hundred minutes! Let’s dance!

Let’s dance! The Ragroof Players present their latest participatory show, Happy Feet. Let our fabulous DJs and dancers take you on a non-stop dance-a- thon through decades of dance crazes.

You’ll be whizzed through a dazzling dance off led by the Ragroof team of Fabulous Flappers, Disco Divas, and Latino Groovers. Starting with a cheeky Charleston and moving through Lindy Hop, Big Band Swing, and Mambo….without missing a beat on to the Rock and Roll Stroll, the Twist, the Macarena, Uptown Funk…to the present day.

HAPPY FEET brings hundreds of people together in one big snowballing Soul Train, all grooving along to a fabulous selection of dance tunes, from Jeepers Creepers to Gangnam Style, via Saturday Night Fever and Bingo Bango.

No dance experience needed, no partner needed.

Presented with support from the People’s Project, as part of All Together Now, which builds bridges between people and communities. All Together Now is associated with The Ragroof Players’ Bridges y Puentes, a promenade performance show.

 

Sep
1
Fri
Bridges y Puentes in Hull @ George Street Car Park
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

www.ragroofplayers.co.uk

Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

Tickets can be purchased here.

£6 including booking fee.

Performance Times.

Friday 1 Sep 7pm
Saturday 2 Sep 1pm
Saturday 2 Sep 7pm
Sunday 3 Sep 1pm
Sunday 3 Sep 5pm

All shows are one hour in length.

For information about the Freedom Festival in hull: http://www.freedomfestival.co.uk/

 

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East

Sep
2
Sat
Bridges y Puentes in Hull @ George Street Car Park
Sep 2 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

www.ragroofplayers.co.uk

Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

Tickets can be purchased here.

£6 including booking fee.

Performance Times.

Friday 1 Sep 7pm
Saturday 2 Sep 1pm
Saturday 2 Sep 7pm
Sunday 3 Sep 1pm
Sunday 3 Sep 5pm

All shows are one hour in length.

For information about the Freedom Festival in hull: http://www.freedomfestival.co.uk/

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East

Bridges y Puentes in Hull @ George Street Car Park
Sep 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

www.ragroofplayers.co.uk

Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

Tickets can be purchased here.

£6 including booking fee.

Performance Times.

Friday 1 Sep 7pm
Saturday 2 Sep 1pm
Saturday 2 Sep 7pm
Sunday 3 Sep 1pm
Sunday 3 Sep 5pm

All shows are one hour in length.

For information about the Freedom Festival in hull: http://www.freedomfestival.co.uk/

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East

Sep
3
Sun
Bridges y Puentes in Hull @ George Street Car Park
Sep 3 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

www.ragroofplayers.co.uk

Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

Tickets can be purchased here.

£6 including booking fee.

Performance Times.

Friday 1 Sep 7pm
Saturday 2 Sep 1pm
Saturday 2 Sep 7pm
Sunday 3 Sep 1pm
Sunday 3 Sep 5pm

All shows are one hour in length.

For information about the Freedom Festival in hull: http://www.freedomfestival.co.uk/

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East

Bridges y Puentes in Hull @ George Street Car Park
Sep 3 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

www.ragroofplayers.co.uk

Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

Tickets can be purchased here.

£6 including booking fee.

Performance Times:

Friday 1 Sep 7pm
Saturday 2 Sep 1pm
Saturday 2 Sep 7pm
Sunday 3 Sep 1pm
Sunday 3 Sep 5pm

All shows are one hour in length.

For information about the Freedom Festival in hull: http://www.freedomfestival.co.uk/

 

 

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East

Sep
14
Thu
Bridges y Puentes in London @ Stratford Multi Storey Car Park
Sep 14 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

This performance happens off-site – please meet at the box office 30 minutes before the advertised start time for directions to the performance

Booking:24/7: Stratfordeast.com

Box office: 020 8534 0310

Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square, London E15 1BN

Please click here for tickets.

£5 Concessions / £8 Full

All shows are one hour in length.

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East

Sep
15
Fri
Bridges y Puentes in London @ Stratford Multi Storey Car Park
Sep 15 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

This performance happens off-site – please meet at the box office 30 minutes before the advertised start time for directions to the performance

Booking:24/7: Stratfordeast.com

Box office: 020 8534 0310

Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square, London E15 1BN

Please click here for tickets.

£5 Concessions / £8 Full

All shows are one hour in length.

 

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East

Sep
16
Sat
Bridges y Puentes in London @ Stratford Multi Storey Car Park
Sep 16 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 

‘What I call home today is not what I called home when I first came here. Things change as you go along in life…’

Bridges y Puentes, created by internationally renowned company The Ragroof Players, is a vibrant and engaging show about migration and the search for home, using a multiplicity of languages – spoken, sung, played, and danced. Set in a car park, this promenade show is performed by six actor-dancers. The audience is invited to come on a journey; to step inside many different pairs of shoes as they witness a performance that evolves from, then disappears into, thin air.

www.ragroofplayers.co.uk

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please note that this show is not seated – audience members will be on their feet, moving through the car park. We will do our utmost to accommodate audience members with mobility issues, with advance warning – please make your needs clear to the venue when booking your ticket.

This performance happens off-site – please meet at the box office 30 minutes before the advertised start time for directions to the performance

Booking:24/7: Stratfordeast.com

Box office: 020 8534 0310

Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square, London E15 1BN

Please click here for tickets.

£5 Concessions / £8 Full

All shows are one hour in length.

The re-launched Bridges y Puentes is supported by Arts Council England, Awards for All, Heritage Lottery, Dover Big Local, Dover Arts Development, Kent County Council, Freedom Festival and Theatre Royal Stratford East