Hello and thank you for visiting Small Nose Productions,
We had our first showing of our Black History Month project: ‘We Aren’t that Different’ on Saturday 14th. The cast did a fantatsic job -click here to find out where you can see it.
We drive to Ipswich to do our technical rehearsals for ‘ I Had a Black Dog…his name was depression’ and then our first performance on Thursday. To find out more, and where to see the show go to here
Philippe Gaulier – Le Jeu Workshop – 8th -12th Jan 2018 –this way please
January 27th and 29th was the culmination of our Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) workshops in Peterborough and London. We are really pleased to say that both of these projects will take place again for HMD 2018. If you would like to read more about this work – click here.
The Small Nose Mission:
To create theatre and outreach work that positively changes the way people think, feel and live.
We aim to inspire and engage audiences and participants and take them on a personal journey that educates, supports, challenges perceptions and encourages change.
We are currently doing this through performance and outreach work in the arenas of mental health, black history and holocaust memorial events in the UK.
We constantly explore and believe there’s no issue or idea that isn’t worth a look. Our next discussions have us looking at a project to support the charity Action Against Hunger.
The issues are serious but our approach means we do all this by having a lot of fun!
The Small Nose Vision:
By creating a playful environment we can make discoveries that both challenge and entertain.
Our philosophy is that the best ideas are born when we are having fun and not afraid to make some mistakes.
Nationally recognised and published ‘clown supreme’, John Wright sums it up in his book Why Is That So Funny?: “If work is playful it becomes pleasurable, and when you’re enjoying yourself you get bolder and take more risks. Choices proliferate. Problems become more manageable because our perspectives change once the work becomes a pleasure.”
The theatrical process of clown is the way we unlock ideas, creativity and mindfulness around the big issues we are tackling.
We trained with the world-renowned Master Clown Phillipe Gaulier who has helped the likes of Sacha Baron Cohen, Emma Thompson and Helena Bonham Carter find their funny.
We are now privileged to be the only UK theatre company who can bring him here from Paris to offer a week-long workshop.
Small Nose Values:
At all times, in everything we do, we are: