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leading the way in Full Mask Theatre

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Thu 01 Feb 2018 8:00PM
A Brave Face
London International Mime Festival Jacksons Lane
269a Archway Road, London, N6 5AA
Book Tickets: 02083 414421
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Fri 02 Feb 2018 8:00PM
A Brave Face
London International Mime Festival Jacksons Lane
269a Archway Road, London, N6 5AA
Book Tickets: 02083 414421
Book online
Sat 03 Feb 2018 3:00PM
A Brave Face
London International Mime Festival Jacksons Lane
269a Archway Road, London, N6 5AA
Book Tickets: 02083 414421
Book online
Sat 03 Feb 2018 8:00PM
A Brave Face
London International Mime Festival Jacksons Lane
269a Archway Road, London, N6 5AA
Book Tickets: 02083 414421
Book online
Thu 08 Feb 2018 7:30PM
A Brave Face
Veteran's Event Mercury Theatre
Balkerne Gate, Colchester, CO1 1PT
Book Tickets: 01206 573948
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Fri 09 Feb 2018 2:30PM
A Brave Face
Relaxed Performance Mercury Theatre
Balkerne Gate, Colchester, CO1 1PT
Book Tickets: 01206 573948
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Fri 09 Feb 2018 7:30PM
A Brave Face
Mercury Theatre
Balkerne Gate, Colchester, CO1 1PT
Book Tickets: 01206 573948
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Vamos Theatre is the UK’s leading full mask theatre company

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

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A Brave Face - touring SOON!

A Brave Face - touring SOON!

Our new 2018 production, A Brave Face, tours the UK and Europe, opening at London International Mime Festival on Feb 1st. Included in Time Out's 'Top 7 Unmissable Shows', full tour dates are now live!

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Workshops for schools and colleges

Workshops for schools and colleges

We've a great range of workshops for students from KS2 to undergraduates, including full mask, devising, mask making and more.

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Photo of the week

Photo of the week

What a lovely bunch! Introducing the cast and crew who will take A Brave Face out on the road from February 1st. From left, Laura, Sean, Rayo, Angela, James and Joey...

(photo: Graeme Braidwood)

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Vamos Theatre seeks General Manager

Vamos Theatre seeks General Manager

As part of our growth as an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation (from April 2018), we are seeking an ambitious, focused, truly exceptional and dynamic General Manager to join our team.

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Become an Amigo

Become an Amigo

Vamos Amigos is a group of supporters who want to get a little bit more involved with the company - helping in small ways to spread the Vamos word. If you're interested in joining, we'd love to have you

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Angela Haward

Angela Haward

I attended a Listening With Your Eyes workshop on 15th December 2017 and found it to be a thoroughly enjoyable and memorable experience.  A disparate group of individuals became a focussed team in no time after a couple of hilarious exercises. We learnt the importance of body language, eye contact, facial expression, touch and music in any contact with people suffering from dementia.  I was enthralled and uplifted.  Thank you.

Keith

Keith

15 Dec 2017 Interesting and thought provoking session although no one directly in my life has suffered with the condition yet but I come into contact with sufferers volunteering as a driver for a local charity. Discussed after the session whether there might be a role for amateur theatre groups or theatre generally including professional theatre as a “force multiplier” for what you do in this area ... but noted your performances are all mime based ... all the same might it not be possible to ‘adopt’ a playwright/scriptwriter or two (aykbourn, boyle, cerrie burnell [heard on bbc4 this morning] etc etc) to make a play/script that reflects the story you are telling and get it out there to an even wider public by doing it with a powerful script as well as the original mime version. Best wishes - you are doing a great job.

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