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Heading Style – Horse + Bamboo was formed in 1978 by a small group of artists, musicians and performers led by Bob Frith.

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Our purpose was to take visual, musical and predominantly non-verbal theatre to places largely neglected by conventional forms of theatre, playing to audiences from a wide range of backgrounds.  Since 1978, the company has toured as a puppet theatre company across Lancashire, the UK and Europe with performances aimed at young and adult audiences.   The name derives from the use of horses to pull a caravan when touring, which was a central feature of the company’s work from 1979 to 1999.

Formats> Large Type – In 2006, the company has developed our base in Waterfoot, Rossendale into a community space and theatre. Our building, a former slipper factory and old liberal club, is now a 90-seat venue that delivers a regular programme for the community, performed by visiting artists as well as the Horse + Bamboo team.

Within our building, we also house our Creation Centre, a space for artists to collaborate, create and share their work. It comprises a rehearsal room and fully-equipped making workshop alongside technical and digital capacity to research, develop and fully realise creative ideas.

This is a Two Columns Block. Our purpose was to take visual, musical and predominantly non-verbal theatre to places largely neglected by conventional forms of theatre, playing to audiences from a wide range of backgrounds.

Since 1978, the company has toured as a puppet theatre company across Lancashire, the UK and Europe with performances aimed at young and adult audiences.   The name derives from the use of horses to pull a caravan when touring, which was a central feature of the company’s work from 1979 to 1999.  In 2006, the company has developed our base in Waterfoot, Rossendale into a community space and theatre.

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Within our building, we also house our Creation Centre, a space for artists to collaborate, create and share their work. It comprises a rehearsal room and fully-equipped making workshop alongside technical and digital capacity to research, develop and fully realise creative ideas.

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Our Purpose – Sub Heading

Our purpose was to take visual, musical and predominantly non-verbal theatre to places largely neglected by conventional forms of theatre, playing to audiences from a wide range of backgrounds.  Since 1978, the company has toured as a puppet theatre company across Lancashire, the UK and Europe with performances aimed at young and adult audiences.  The name derives from the use of horses to pull a caravan when touring, which was a central feature of the company’s work from 1979 to 1999.  In 2006, the company has developed our base in Waterfoot, Rossendale into a community space and theatre.

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Our building, a former slipper factory and old liberal club, is now a 90-seat venue that delivers a regular programme for the community, performed by visiting artists as well as the Horse + Bamboo team. Within our building, we also house our Creation Centre, a space for artists to collaborate, create and share their work. It comprises a rehearsal room and fully-equipped making workshop alongside technical and digital capacity to research, develop and fully realise creative ideas.

The Iron Giant

A heart-warming relationship between nine-year-old Hogarth Hughes and a giant robot that arrives from outer space. As their friendship grows, Hogarth realises that paranoid U.S Government agent Kent Mansley is determined to destroy the giant no matter what. It is up to Hogarth to stop him and save his colossal pal from certain danger…

Tuesday 4 June

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