Page One Theatre’s first ever play The Bridge is written by Miles Mitchell and Chloe Stephens. A poignant and poetic tale to inspire children and adults alike.
Combining puppetry and projection The Bridge tells the story of Lucien, a lonely city rat who watches the pigeons from under Waterloo Bridge and wishes he could join them in the sky. One day he spots the most beautiful pigeon and follows her into the lights of the big city.
This performance was developed with support from the Unicorn Theatre’s Emerge programme, Grants for the Arts and Chelsea Theatre. The Bridge has so far been performed at the Rose Theatre for the International Youth Arts Festival, the Dugdale Centre for the Mimetic Festival and at Chelsea Theatre.
Written by Miles Mitchell and Chloe Stephens, devised by the company.
Director: Chloe Stephens
Performers: Miles Mitchell, Phoebe Haines, Fisayo Akinade, Charlotte Hawker, Simon Lyshon, Ajjaz Awad, Miles Yekinni, Rhiannon Wallace, Laura Dewey, Clark Edwards, Josie Dunn and Elliot Hadley
Associate Directors: Davina Freedman and Flossie Waite
Puppetry: Matt Hutchinson
Lighting: Aaron Dootson
Design: Emily Harwood
Sound: James Nicholson
Projection: Alice Dunseath
Movement: Stefanie Sommer
Illustration: Frann Preston-Gannon