Mashi Theatre Artistic Director Trina Haldar recently did an interview for Derby Theatre’s studio blog ahead of Tales of Birbal being performed there on Saturday 14th October.
Sun 8: Key Theatre, Peterborough Buy Tickets Here
Wed 11: South Holland Centre, Spalding Buy Tickets Here
Sat 14: Derby Theatre Buy Tickets Here
Sun 15: Patrick Centre, Birmingham Hippodrome Buy tickets here
Tue 17: (AM) Melton Library – Book in person at the library, or by telephone: 0116 305 3646
Tue 17: (PM) Oakham Library – Book in person at the library, or by telephone: 01572 722 918
Wed 18: (AM) Oadby Library – Book in person at the library, or by telephone: 0116 299 5494
Wed 18: (PM) Highfields Library – Book in person at the library, or telephone: 0116 299 5494
Thu 19: (PM) Beeston Library – Book in person at the library, or by telephone: 0115 925 5168
Sat 21: Mulberry and Bigland Green Centre, London Book tickets here
Sun 22: Cambridge Junction Buy Tickets Here
Performances below are part of the Big Imaginations Festival Buy Tickets Here for:
Wed 25: Touchstones, Rochdale
Thu 26: Burnley Youth Theatre
Fri 27: Unity Theatre, Liverpool
Sat 28: Spot On, Lancashire: Kingsfold Library, Penwortham
Mon 30: Spot On, Lancashire: The Astley Cheetham Gallery, Stalybridge
Tue 31: Theatre Delicatessen, Sheffield
Wed 1: The Dukes, Lancaster
Thu 2: The Bureau, Blackburn
Fri 3: CRTA: Tarvin Community Centre, Cheshire
Sat 4: Z-arts, Manchester
Sun 5: The Boo, Rossendale
In order to make this accessible to all we hope to heavily subsidise the offer by gaining financial support through donations, funding bodies and sponsors.
If you know of any opportunities to support the production and touring of Tales of Birbal, we would love to hear details, so please do get in touch.
Alternatively, if you would personally like to support the production of the show, then please do buy tickets for the show at your local venue and tell all your friends!
Are you a venue or producer interested in booking the show? Get in touch to find out more!
Mashi are pleased to announce Tales of Birbal is to be featured as part of a Theatre for Young Audiences event hosted by The Spark Arts for Children, TYA – Whose Title is it Anyway? Giving Producers and Venues a chance to experience the enchanting world of Akbar and Birbal, reawakened by Mashi Theatre, featuring live music and a taste of the full length show.
Mashi are delighted to announce that they have successfully secured funding from Arts Council England’s ‘Grants for the Arts’ programme. Our new show Tales of Birbal recently entered the research and development phase.
Mashi have been working with Robert Mellors Primary and Mayflower Primary to develop content and inform the creation of this national touring piece suitable for a wide range of venues and spaces.
Tales of Birbal, explores the witty and charming tales of King Akbar and his wise advisor Birbal. To find out more view our Tales of Birbal page.
Mashi is currently being supported by Red Earth Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse, The Spark Children’s Arts Festival and Mainstream Partnership to research the world renowned Reggio Emilia approach to learning. Creative Director, Trina Haldar will be blogging about her experiences while she is away. Follow her blog by clicking here.
We are delighted to be featured on The Spark Arts for Children Development page, talking about forthcoming collaborations between Mashi and the Spark:
As Associate Artist with The Spark Children’s Arts Festival, Mashi look forward to bringing some magical projects into fruition as this collaboration continues.