Metrospective: Leicester, October 4, 2007


METRO-BOULOT-DODO, Phoenix Arts resident arts organisation are celebrating their 10th year. To mark this event the three directors will share a number of anecdotes and an insight into their creative practice. From humble beginnings in a transit van to performing at The National Theatre, METRO-BOULOT-DODO will chart their artistic journey.

This event will offer an amusing and educational insight into the life of this innovative arts organisation. Alongside this
evening The City Gallery‘s Offsite Programme will be exhibiting a repertoire of METRO-BOULOT-DODO’s work in the upstairs Cafe at Phoenix Arts which will run until November 19.

METRO-BOULOT-DODO is a Leicester based arts organisation that consists of three talented artists who collaborate to create multi disciplinary arts projects for theatres, galleries, site specific spaces and the outdoors. Over the past ten years MBD has developed a reputation for consistently creating work that combines high production values with innovative and experimental presentation.

“They remind you just how intense and dramatic theatre can be” — Daily Telegraph 2006.

“This is cutting edge stuff brilliantly conceived and brilliantly executed” – The Stage 2006.

Metrospective
Thursday 4th October
Phoenix Arts @ 6.00 pm — 7.15 pm
£4 / £2 / £1 Students
Box Office: 0116 255 4854
Source of message:

Julie Smith
Marketing Officer
The City Gallery
Leicester City Council
Floor 12, A Block
New Walk Centre
Welford Place
Leicester
LE1 6ZG

T: 0116 252 7324
E: Julie.Smith2@leicester.gov.uk

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