Wired Aerial Theatre is casting for different roles for the second production RIGOLETTO that will take place in Bregenz, Austria during Summer 2020.
We are looking for an experienced, keen and positive Production Manager to fill a new post within our small team, who will assist with the devising of all production and technical management elements and be responsible for managing the technical touring areas of the work as well as contributing to the creative development of Wired Aerial Theatre’s performance projects.
Last weekend Wired headed to Bournemouth for Arts By The Sea to perform To Me, To You...
As The World Tipped will be back in the UK this November at Wentworth Woodhouse. Prepare to gasp in astonishment and for a breath-taking aerial performance like you've never seen before.
Wired teamed up with New Balls Please in sunny Portugal, as part of a Superhuman academy. Our brilliant superhumans walked across a vertical wall on the side of a spectacular mirrored building, without holding onto any rope! Our 67 participant's developed their core strength all whilst enjoying magnificent views.
Feel alive, feel creative and learn how to expand your physical and emotional capabilities!
Wired Aerial Theatre are excited to announce a professional development opportunity with GECKO!
Over the May bank holiday The Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta returned to Liverpool for the fifth time for an unforgettable weekend on the waterfront. Wired alongside a whole host of fantastic organisations performed spectacular shows all weekend long, it was a fantastic event that saw people of all ages gather to enjoy the sunshine, activities, shows and culture.
Wired are excited to announce that over the May Bank Holiday weekend we will be performing our newly redeveloped production of To Me, To You..at this years Three Festivals Tall Ship Regatta in Liverpool.
On the 24th of March, Wired opened their doors for the public to join in on a range of free taster sessions as part of BBC Get Creative. BBC Get Creative is a fantastic event that raises both awareness and participation on all the great cultural activities that takes place right across the UK on a regular basis and encourages people to try their hand at something new and creative!
We are really excited to annouce that we are opening up our weekly company class to professionals and final year dance students. These classes are designed to develp fundamental skills specific to aerial dance. We caught up with our Dance Performer Viva Foster who will be leading the sessions to discuss passion, dance and her artistic journey.
Company Class will commence from 26th March.
Eagerly anticipated weekly bungee-assisted dance course is coming to The Higher Space after Easter!
Suitable for all levels of aerial experience and ability. Previous dance experience is beneficial...Not only is this bungee-assisted dance workshop crazy bouncing fun,but also....
Spring has officially sprung and that can only mean one thing....Easter Holidays!
Here at Wired, we’ve been working around the clock preparing for our upcoming Easter School. We are delighted to be offering four fun filled days, where we will be bringing The Higher Space to life with a truly magical performance.
To me, To you… is Wired’s new, playful small-scale aerial dance show, commissioned by Without Walls and Brighton Festival. We are delighted to bring some new faces on board for the show - so ahead of the premiere in Brighton, meet our wonderful cast!
This two-day intensive is an extension of the research period for Rock Bottom, within which emotions associated with the theme will be explored, finding ways to physically express personal narratives.
In 2017 our Artistic Director, Wendy Hesketh-Ogilvie and Stuart Waters, an independent dance artist, will be working on a new collaborative project. On 16th & 18th January they will be opening class in the mornings for local dance, theatre or circus artists.
We’ve recently had the pleasure of collaborating with Rigging Services to produce a bespoke tripod structure capable of hanging two performers. This structure also has the possibility to raise the performer up and down throughout the performance and can suspend a variety of aerial equipment such as Silks, Hoop, Corde-Lisse or Bungee.