London International Mime Festival 17


London theatre news: Tuesday 8 November 2016


International - Mime

Only about 2 months away now from the start of the 2017 version of the London International Mime Festival which kicks-off on 9 January and continues to 4 February 2017.
London International Mime FestivAL 2017

Image: LIMF


The London International Mime Festival (LIMF) promotes and celebrates contemporary visual theatre.


Next year, the 2017 version of the festival will be enjoying its 40th anniversary season.


It runs from 9 January to 4 February 2017, and shows are already listed on the festival's website.


Eight venues will be hosting shows in the festival - see below for links to their websites.


Keep calling back to our site for updates and other samples of work upcoming during the festival.


As a sample of what's going to be on offer, here's a preview of Stephen Mottram's The Parachute + Watch The Ball, destined for Jacksons Lane from 16 too 23 January 2016.



About the festival


Its directors are Joseph Seelig and Helen Lannaghan.


LIMF was established in 1977 by Joseph Seelig and Nola Rae MBE and is the longest running event of its kind in the world.


Over three decades the Festival has presented many of the most distinguished names in visual theatre: Jacques Lecoq, Philippe Genty, Lindsay Kemp, Jérôme Deschamps, Marcel Marceau and his company, as well as a new generation of performers including La Ribot, Aurélien Boryís Compagnie 111, Josef Nadj, Licedei, Complicité, Phelim McDermot and Improbable.


Venues


Barbican

Jacksons Lane

Lilian Baylis Studio

Platform Theatre

Shoreditch Town Hall

Soho Theatre

Southbank Centre

The Peacock


Dates


9 January to 4 February 2017


Links

MIME 2017

Our listing for MIME 2017


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