After performing at Chorlton Arts Festival 2011, Aqueous Humour were invited back to be part of the schools programme for 2012. They run a series of workshops and performances in the Blue Box Theatre at Chorlton High School for pupils at the school and from local primary schools. We worked with kids from Chorlton Church of England Primary…
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New for the festive season for 2010, we are proud to unveil our feisty fairies. Life is hard with a tree up your tutu. Designed to be performed on stilts but could be adapted to ground level for low ceiling venues or bad walking surface.
12.30 – 6.00pm Sunday 23rd May 2010 Brighton Marina The Sky Muffins from Aqueous Humour are performing at Brighton Festival. Head down to Brighton Marina for a free day of alfresco fun for all the family. This year’s Big Splash includes surprises around every corner from an array of weird and wacky street entertainers alongside [...]
Directed by Colette Murray
What appears to be just another bistro has a more sinister side. A passion for fabulous food and impeccable service. The ultimate eating experience drives Jean-Michelle and Bruno to the most extraordinary lengths to impress their guests.
Aqueous Humour was commisioned to work with the M6 Youth Theatre to create a piece of street theatre for the Carnival of Cultures in Rochdale under the title “Where Memories Meet Dreams”.
I worked with Bury Met’s Theatre Arts & Performance Project to create the props & costumes for their spy project for Garden of Delights directed/choreographed by Clare Fildes. They created strolling work either on there own or in small groups as well as a static movement piece which involved all of them.
Dare you dabble with destiny? The Revelatios uses daring divinations to divulge your fatal flaws & disclose your future, all within the intimacy of a large public gathering. Aqueous Humour’s show about fortune telling was premiered at Garden of Delights in 2005.
I grew up in Pittenweem and had been involved in the festival when I was younger including working with sculptor Paul Moodie to create a large dragon for the festival opening night in 1990.
I was invited back to create a cake for their 21st birthday.