London International Mime Festival


Taking place each January, its programme spans the spectrum of contemporary visual performance including live art, physical and circus-theatre, mask, puppetry, movement and object theatre.

Festival type International, Mime

Region London

Artistic directorHelen Lannaghan and Joseph Seelig OBE

About the festival


London International Mime Festival (LIMF) was founded in 1977 by producer, Joseph Seelig, at the instigation of mime-clown, Nola Rae.


It is the capital's longest established international theatre season.


Taking place each January, its programme spans the spectrum of contemporary visual performance including live art, physical and circus-theatre, mask, puppetry, movement and object theatre.


For 2021, the 45th year of London's annual festival of contemporary visual theatre, the festival will be screening free-to-view videos of shows from past editions of LIMF, by very kind permission of the artists, running an extended workshop series with live and online classes, plus we'll be hosting a series of talks.


Dates


Frequency Annual

StartsMonday 18 January 2021

EndsSunday 31 January 2021

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Contact details


Address:
Somerset House
Strand
London WC2R 1LA


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