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leading the way in Full Mask Theatre

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Mon 19 Nov 2018 7:00PM
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Exchange Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1UG
Book Tickets: 0844 871 7615
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Tue 20 Nov 2018 7:30PM
Coach House Theatre
Grange Road, Malvern, WR14 3HA
Book Tickets: 01684 892277
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Wed 21 Nov 2018 7:30PM
Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre
School Road, Taunton, TA2 8PD
Book Tickets: 01823 414141
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Thu 22 Nov 2018 8:00PM
The Lighthouse
21 Kingland Road, Poole, BH15 1UG
Book Tickets: 01202 280000
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Mon 26 Nov 2018 8:00PM
Parktheater Bensheim
Promenadenstr 25, Bensheim, 64625
Book Tickets: 06251/93050
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Tue 27 Nov 2018 7:30PM
Theater am Ring
Romäusring 2, Villingen-Schwenningen, 78050
Book Tickets: 07721 / 82-2525
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Thu 29 Nov 2018 7:45PM
Clwyd Theatr Cymru
Mold, CH7 1YA
Book Tickets: 01352 701521
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Vamos Theatre is the UK’s leading full mask theatre company

...taking our funny and fearless brand of wordless theatre across the length and breadth of the UK and beyond since 2006


Last chance to see Finding Joy in the UK

Our award-winning production about dementia, Finding Joy, is currently touring the UK for the last time, followed by European dates. Are we coming near you?

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Join us for a free taster workshop

Vamos Central is our new Youth Theatre group for young people aged 16 - 25 years with mild to moderate learning disabilities. Join us for a free taster session on Deecember 5th in central Worcester.

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Photo of the week

Whist the Brighton weather was at its best stormy wildness, we had a fantastic time inside at the 13th UK Dementia Congress, where we shared our work within dementia care, led a Listening with your Eyes workshop, and even had Joy and Danny out and about interacting with Congress attendees. Thank you to the Congress team for creating such an excellent event.

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What our audiences say

Thanks to everyone who's filling on Feedback Cards on the Finding Joy tour - your comments really help us make our shows the best they can be.

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Full Mask Masterclass

A rare opportunity to take part in a Full Mask Masterclass with Artistic Director, Rachael Savage. Book early to be sure of a place...

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Jan Lewis

Jan Lewis

I saw the show at the RSC Other Place last Saturday evening 10th November. I had booked the tickets not really knowing what to expect. It was my birthday and after a meal with 3 girlfriends I thought it would be something different. So different! I didn’t know it was silent theatre, but the maxim “actions speak louder than words” is definitely at work here. The masks immediately show the character and the actions follow through.So clever!  And yes- delightfully funny in parts and moved to tears in others. Thank you!

Jackie Lines

Jackie Lines

We saw Finding Joy in Stratford upon Avon this week. The observation of your splendid work that I would like to make it that is unlocked the buried trauma and sadness of supporting a vulnerable parent who had disappeared into a confusing a tragic world of dementia. It was so cathartic alongside being the most powerful piece of theatre we have ever seen. I had not realised how much I had hidden away and although painful was the most healing experience. Coping with the daily changes, fear, struggle and total inadequacy is a deep scar. If only I had understood, knew what to do, done things differently. When the actor who played the lady with dementia walked onto the stage in her slippers I thought “Oh my God, it’s my Mother”. It was an exact and complete replica of her demise. I was heartbroken all over again but now in a time when I can face my demons and release some of the pain. Thank you so much.

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