As promised, here are pictures of the assembled Knights and their squires from our Brighton shows. Thank you for cycling with us!
Saturday 18th May 11am:
Saturday 18th May 3pm:
Sunday 20th May 3pm:
Keep tilting at those windmills everybody.
The Brighton Festival pedals towards us and the shows are fully booked. If you happen to be wandering around the South Downs, keep your eyes out for some slightly unusual bikes…
Which leads us to a debut tricycle for this year. Once again created by the very talented Ruth Webb, here is a sneak preview picture which was tweeted by The Eden Project on Monday:
It joins the other feathered bikes like Camilla Parker-Rolls the Flamingo, Akkeron the Black Swan. Don’t worry Quixote and Sancho, we can’t forget Rosinanté and Dapple.
Soon we will be revealing more dates and details of other performances this summer.
See you soon
Where he we go once again – The Adventures of Don Quixote by Bicycle rides out for 2013 starting with Brighton Festival. We’ll be performing four shows over Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May.
For details on how to book and location visit the festival’s website (general sale tickets start 8th March):
We look forward to seeing you there and more dates/venues will be added later.
The latest edition of Boneshaker Magazine contains an article about cycling and theatre, which includes ‘The Adventures of Don Quixote by Bicycle’. Here is a link with details on how to get yourself a copy:
The North Devon leg of Don Quixote’s journey starts this weekend in Fremington. There are a few tickets left so if you are planning on coming then be quick! The following shows are SOLD OUT:
Saturday 18th Aug 3pm
Sunday 19th Aug 11am
Tuesday 21st Aug 11am
If you want tickets please visit Beaford Arts Centre’s website http://www.beaford-arts.org.uk/index.php?id=202 or give them a call on 01805 603201. Tickets are also available from Fremington Quay Café.
If you didn’t read the Guardian Travel section on Saturday, there was a nice report about Don Quixote by Bicycle by Susanna Rustin:
A link to the full article online: http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2012/jul/23/corkboard-travel-news-round-up?INTCMP=SRCH