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About burnthecurtain

An interactive, outdoor, promenade theatre company.

Burrington, Dolton and beyond.

The Bureau were out and about once again over the weekend. We would like to thank the people of Burrington, Dolton and some from further afield for their hospitality and participation in the Bureau of Extraordinance Survey. Also a big … Continue reading

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Out and about.

It’s been a little while since our last post. We have spent the last week in research and development for our next show – The Bureau of Extraordinance Survey. Taking in a few strolls around the North Devon villages of … Continue reading

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Eden Sunday audience pictures

Thank you for joining us, especially the young knights, some of whom were rather new to their steeds. We are still looking for Saturday’s!

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Leeds Audience Pics

Thank you to all that joined us on Don Quixote’s adventures. Here are pictures of our lovely audiences: Friday 6pm Saturday 11am Saturday 3pm Sunday 12pm Sunday 4pm

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East Street Arts – Leeds

We here at Burn the Curtain will be breaking new territory (for us) next week. We take a show to the north of England for the first time. The Adventures of Don Quixote will be taking place in Temple Newsam … Continue reading

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Don Quixote at Clay Trails

We are excited to be performing in Cornwall once again – our last show was Alice at Antony House back in 2010! Don Quixote by Bicycle will be riding into the county and performing at the Clay Trails, across two … Continue reading

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A brief snippet from France

Burn the Curtain have now fully assimilated back into the UK. Sadly we only got to do one of the four scheduled shows. This was due to the weather – very high winds meant that it wasn’t practical or particularly … Continue reading

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