A CLOWN NAMED CURLY
12th May 4pm
"Frank Hussey’s incredible charming and tender one-man show in SparkFest is a little gem and provided many beautiful moments for children and adults alike. A MUST SEE! "
16th -17th May 1.30pm-4.30pm
"This fusion between the young and the old is a beautiful example of young creative can be inspired by the relics of the past. Go See It – you won’t be disappointed."
22nd May 6pm
Fun, open, confident, at times deliciously frantic, and at times tearfully heart-warming. Get lost in fantasy, question your humanity, bathe in the realms of Ridley… Go and see it!
LA REVOLUTION EST MAINTENANT
1st June 6pm
The ensemble’s energy and commitment is so infectious that you cannot help but get swept up and whisked away by this madcap satirical look at the world we live in.
The pieces I caught on this whistle stop tour were delivered with a youthful and honest energy and for any fan of the Bard this would be a great opportunity to hear his immortal words float out over the beautiful surrounds of Newton Park.
SPARKFEST SHORT FILMS
9th June 6pm
Kobudai is a brave film; utilising an all-female cast, set on a remote island that worships an ocean deity with every member hoping to be sacrificed to him, there’s a lot to admire about this fantasy-infused short film
An ambling reflection on loss and summer bliss, Walkman gives a fresh take on the age-old story of loss, death, grief and remembrance.