"If this show doesn't make you fall in love with theatre, there's no potion on Earth that can help you." ***** The Guardian
Based on the novel by Günter Grass
Written by Daniel Jamieson, directed by Emma Rice
Adapted and directed by Emma Rice.
A roof-raising stark-raving sing-along satire!
New for Asylum 2018! From the story by Quentin Blake. Directed by Mike Shepherd.
“a miracle of a show. In its small but perfectly formed way it is as memorable as anything I’ve seen ” The Times *****
***** The Stage - **** The Times - ***** The Morning Star - **** The Guardian
Adapted by Michael Morpurgo and Emma Rice
Based on the novel by Jim Dodge.
Adapted & directed by Simon Harvey.
Directed and adapted for the stage by Emma Rice.
A one-off opera spectacular for Somerset!
“The most enchanting work of stagecraft ever inspired by a movie”
Ben Brantley, The New York Times
Adapted & Directed by Emma Rice
A Co-production between Kneehigh and West Yorkshire Playhouse
Steptoe and Son is now on tour.
A story for all. A ball for many. A family night out – whatever shape and size your family may be
Part of the Rambles Programme, Kneehigh Rambles encompasses village hall shows, pop-up shows on harbours and in town centres, and general exploits of the Kneehigh Rambling Association...
In a stunning elemental world of dust, clay and fire here is a red hot story with a brutal edge and a beating heart... The story of what happens when your father accidentally sells you to the Devil.
East London meets Bollywood in a sparkling new musical from Sadler’s Wells, Theatre Royal Stratford East and Kneehigh.
A French romance that just happens to be sung...
Exquisitely dark, sexy and mischievous – The Times *****
‘Action-packed, racily written... [a] boisterous, jokey, inventively staged piece which dashes you round many a hairpin bend of plot... The show is a tonic, like a day at the seaside.' The Independent, 8 March 1996.
A Cornish Expose Performed by 3 Complete Idiots!
Let the irrepressible Kneehigh Theatre take you by the hand and lead you into deepest part of the forest!
England, 1978. The Winter of Discontent. Cold hearts seek comfort and poor souls look for love.
It is 1945. A young airman jumps to certain death from his burning aircraft. His last words are to a girl he has never met: "I love you June. You are life and I am leaving you".
Cymbeline is a King. Imogen, his only daughter, has married against his wishes and he has banished her new husband, Postumus, from Court.
Life is harsh and the angry sun burns down on the parched earth. A desperate father whispers gently to his baby daughter, 'I will never forget you - I love you' and leaves her under a rapunzel plant.
It's 1899 and all of Europe is agape at the arrival of the new century! The world crackles with possibilities - and its people dance to the irresistible rhythms of money, sex, love and freedom.
Kneehigh presents a seductive re-telling of the Euripides classic.
Music hall meets Zen in this tale of mystery and revelation, innocence and experience.