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South West Interactive Promenade Theatre Company

Category: Don Quixote by Bicycle (page 2 of 2)

Boneshaker Magazine

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:

http://www.boneshakermag.com/

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.

 

Workshops

This week Burn the Curtain, alongside the Bicycle School of Art, had three fun, different and very exhausting workshops. Thank you to Millwater School, Ellen Tinkham School and Stallcombe House for helping make the gloomy days very colourful.

The Bicycle School of art helped those that attended bling their bikes to their fullest. Then on they went to Knight’s School with special guests Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Here is a taster of the wonderful ‘Horsycles’ that were created.

Thank you to all that participated.

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Forestability Games.

Unfortunately due to the weather we won’t be participating in todays Halfords Tour Series in Torquay.

Fortunately we have Forestability Games to look forward to tomorrow! We’ll be running a bike decoration workshop plus a tiny taster of Don Quixote by Bicycle up at The Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Holdon Forest Park. Isca Wheelchair Dancers will also be performing.

Torch Relay and Meat Bingo.

Two busy and eclectic days have just flown by. We attended the Torch Relay events on Exeter Quay Sunday afternoon, weaving a tall bike with the Duke and the conisderbly wider presence of Sancho Panza and Dapple through the crowds.

Then last night, with the help of our friends Meat Bingo, we shot a short promo for The Adventures of Don Quixote by Bicycle. Keep your eyes peeled on here or via our Facebook and Twitter to see it.

Also as an additional follow up to our time at Bikespace Plymouth, here is a link to an article from Monday’s Herald  http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/Bikes-horsepower/story-16143174-detail/story.html

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