Sunday, 16 December 2012

Tickets on sale and full UK tour dates

The March 2013 UK tour of Ergo Phizmiz's Gargantua will comprise of....

16th BRIDPORT Arts Centre
17th DARTINGTON Soundart Radio
18th ISLE OF WIGHT Depozitory
19th BRIGHTON The Marlborough
20th BRISTOL Cube
21st LIVERPOOL Mellomello
22nd NEWCASTLE Morden Tower
24th EAGLESCLIFFE The Waiting Room
25th BERWICK-UPON-TWEED The Maltings

Some tickets are already on sale! 
Buy tickets for the Bridport show HERE
Buy tickets for the Brighton show HERE
Buy tickets for the Berwick show HERE

All other tickets will be on sale imminently.

We are also in discussions with a number of London venues ....

Some of the shows also feature support acts from across the country, including Hacker Farm (Bridport), Vulnavia Vanity (Brighton), Clockwork Moth (Dartington) and many more TBA.


Gargantua is the new work for theatre, music and media by internationally acclaimed artist and composer Ergo Phizmiz.
This hallucinatory odyssey through time and culture tells three simultaneous stories, one a detective story on the disappearance of the giant King Gargantua, another of an adventure by French writer Francois Rabelais across Europe, the third a strange, elliptical board-game that draws these threads together.
Told through a mixture of performance, animation, puppetry, collage and masks, and an original music score equal parts contemporary electronic, medieval and 1930s British dance band, Gargantua takes history and culture and places them into a boiling pot ready for explosion.
Gargantua is a modern vaudeville of the imagination, and promises to be unlike anything you have seen or heard before. Where else would you find a cast list that includes the Pope, Frank Sinatra, Jonah, Pete Waterman, and Pinocchio?
Created by Ergo Phizmiz, and inspired by the writings of Francois Rabelais, Gargantua is a concoction of mini-epic, detective story, outlandish fantasy, and vaudeville.
Age 10+ (occasional swearing and mild drug references)
1h (no interval)
Supported by PRS Foundation

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