Tales of Birbal – National Tour October/November 2017 dates

After the success at The Spark and with The Core, Corby, Mashi are re-touring Tales of Birbal to theatres and schools across the country in 2017.

The first half of the tour has been a huge success! Thanks to our audiences in Peterborough, Nottingham, Spalding, Louth, Derby, Birmingham, Melton, Oakham, Leicester, London and Cambridge! Make sure you’re following @MashiTheatre on Twitter and on Facebook to see some of their great responses!

Dates still to come:

Performances below are part of the Big Imaginations Festival:

Wednesday 25 October, 2.00pm: Touchstones, Rochdale. Book tickets

Thursday 26 October, 10.00am and 1.00pm: Burnley Youth Theatre. Book tickets

Friday 27 October, 2.30pm: Unity Theatre, Liverpool. Book tickets

Saturday 28 October, 3.00pm: Spot On, Lancashire: Kingsfold Library, Penwortham. Book in person at the library or by email.

Monday 30 October, 11.30am and 2.00pm: The Astley Cheetham Gallery, Stalybridge. Book tickets – 11.30 2.00

Tuesday 31 October, 11.00am and 2.00pm: Theatre Delicatessen, Sheffield. Book tickets


Wednesday 1 November, 11.00am and 1.30pm: The Dukes, Lancaster.  Book tickets

Thursday 2 November, 2.00pm: The Bureau, Blackburn. Book tickets

Friday 3 November, 6.00pm: CRTA: Tarvin Community Centre, Cheshire. Book tickets

Saturday 4 November, 11.00am and 2.30pm : Z-arts, Manchester. Book tickets

Sunday 5 November, 3.00pm: The Boo, Rossendale. Book tickets


Are you a venue or producer interested in booking the show? Get in touch to find out more!

Coming soon!!!

Mashi-Theatre.co.uk will be ready to launch soon!

The full site will be live very shortly, featuring information on past projects, bookable workshops, Mashi Theatre News, as well as information about our fantastic Tales of Birbal project featuring a creative team of Trina Haldar – Director/Producer and Artistic Director of Mashi Theatre; Nick Wood – Writer; Sue Pyecroft – Designer; Arun Gosh – Musician/Performer; Beck Matter – Performer.

Also check out Mashi’s blog as we researched the world renowned Reggio Emilia approach to learning thanks to support from Red Earth Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse, The Spark Children’s Arts Festival and Mainstream Partnership.