BY CICADA STUDIOS
Theatre. 15th – 19th Feb, 21:30, £12.
The three friends will have to work together to fight Narcoleptic Sunflowers, Vegetables on benefits and Donald Stump on their path to freedom. But will the appearance of a busty Rose jeopardise their chances of escape? Blood & Bone combines puppets, puns and poor taste to guarantee you’ll soil yourself. After all: Life’s a prick.
Blood & Bone is part political satire, part pixar movie combined into a dark & cheeky adult puppet show, created by Cicada Studios.
Quotes directly about Blood & Bone
“Better than Avenue Q!.” – Audience Member
“Hilarious! Puppets have really human qualities.” – Audience Member
“A cheeky, colourful & energetic show packed full of mischief and adventure”. – Audience Member
Previous Praise for Cicada Studios:
★★★★ The Stage
★★★★ Broadway Baby
“The ‘Miss Sarah’ cast get under the skins of characters that come ready formed with all their quirks and tensions nailed in the tight dialogue.” – The Stage ★★★★
“I cannot praise the vision behind [ ‘Miss Sarah’] highly enough. This shows that you don’t need a West End budget to produce gasps with your design.” – Broadway Baby ★★★★
Cicada Studios is a collective of theatre makers that have been devising and collaborating together since 2010. Most recently they have undertaken a development of Blood & Bone through the Young Open Lab residency in association with Rich Mix and The Barbican. In 2015 Cicada Studios completed a full-run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where they toured new-writing piece, ‘Miss Sarah’. The team is made up of artists who have all worked professionally in their field for companies including Bazmark, The Monobox, Bell Shakespeare, Little Angel Theatre and Sydney Festival. They have trained through The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Little Angel Theatre and The National Youth Theatre.
Director – Rebecca Blake
Associate Director – Angus Wilkinson
Producer – Heather Ralph
Puppet Designer – Oliver Smart
Cast –Tea Poldervaart, Ella Cook, Miles Sloman, Liam Steward George
Stage Manager & Maker – Evie Holdcroft
Original Concept Design by Becky-Dee Trevenen
Devised by The Company with Angus Wilkinson
Script Edited by Ella Cook and Rebecca Blake