Courtesy of Christophe Raynaud De Lage.

Returning to the capital and proudly in its fourth decade, the London International Mime Festival sets the bar when compiling an eclectic programme of mime, physical theatre, circus , mask, puppetry and live art. This year will witness seventeen shows taking over some of London’s much loved venues including Sadler’s Wells, The Barbican and Soho Theatre, each venue transformed by worlds filled with vivacity and inventiveness.Juan Ignacio Tula and Stefan Kinsman, also known at Compagnie Mpta will debut their latest show, Santa Madera which translates as Sacred Wood in Spanish at Shoreditch Town Hall. Both trained at some of the world’s most established circus schools, the duo will showcase their Cyr Wheel expertise in a piece inspired by indigenous South American ritual.

We’ve teamed up with The London International Mime Festival and Shoreditch Town Hall to giveaway a pair of tickets to one of three showings. For your chance to win, answer the following question:

What discipline will Compagnie Mpta showcase in Santa Madera?

A) Cyr Wheel

B) Aerial Hoop

C) Trapeze

For your chance to win, email your answer, alongside your name to theatrefullstop@gmail.com by Monday 8th January 2018 by 11:59pm. Good luck!

The London International Mime Festival will be taking place from Wednesday 10th January until Sunday 3rd February 2018. To find out more, visit here…

Santa Madera will be performed from Friday 12 until Sunday 14th January. To find out more about the production, visit here…

Written by Theatrefullstop