Archive Events

The Little Prince comes to Matson

🗓 Saturday 1 February, 2.30pm
📍 Robinswood Primary School, GL4 6HE
🎟 Pay what you like

A GL4 event, in partnership with Strike A Light


Sneak peeks

Gorgeous costumes, funny characters, inspiring ideas

What to expect

Bring the whole family on a MASSIVE, INCREDIBLE journey across the entire universe of stars, ideas and dreams – somehow magically crammed into the school hall at Robinswood Primary!

Suitable for ages 5-105 – babies welcome, too! 👶

Find out how the Little Prince leaves behind his own tiny asteroid and comes face to face with the baffling world of grown-ups…

Once on planet Earth, the Little Prince is welcomed by a mysterious snake and a wise and friendly fox before encountering the lone pilot. Together, they discover the power and beauty of friendship and the complexity of love.


“St-Exupéry’s enigmatic tale delivered with quirky charm. Prendergast is touchingly excellent in the title role”
The Observer

“Charming, imaginative and playful”
The Stage

Awesome people who are making this event possible 🎉🙏


Made by Protein Dance
Directed by Luca Silvestrini

Archive Events

Artists 4 Artists hip-hop showcase

🗓 Tuesday 17 March, 7.30pm
📍 Gloucester Guildhall, GL1 1NS
Tickets: £12/£7 – discounted floor seats: £5!


The Guildhall’s music hall, usually used for gigs and bands, will be transformed into a hip-hop dance floor

A masterful evening demonstrating the wealth that hip-hop has to offer from three UK rising talents. A triple bill of energy, passion and grit that’s not to be missed.

Happy Father’s Day by Dani Harris-Walters is a solo work and a reflective coming-of-age piece with a comedic edge.

Fig Leaf by Joshua ‘Vendetta’ Nash explores toxic masculinity in British people, opening the debate around where true masculinity and strength lies.

Man Up by Kloe Dean explores the stark realities of male suicide and the parallel emotional journeys for those left behind.

For audiences of all ages
75 minutes (including 15 minute interval)

“captivating in performance – craft, intelligence and no shortage of integrity”
Ian Abott, Writing About Dance

“Happy Father’s Day is a fully-fledged theatrical triumph…It was all performed with the engaging and uninhibited charm of a seasoned professional”
Graham Watts, Chairman of the Critics’ Circle: Dance Section

“Nash’s fiercely intelligent FIG LEAF harnessed the heightened aggression of krumping to grapple with toxic masculinity”
Donald Hutera, Breakin Convention 2019

Presented by Strike A Light and Artists 4 Artists
Choreographers: Dani Harris-Walters, Kloe Dean, Joshua ‘Vendetta’ Nash
Photos by Sophie Bradbury, Carmen Klammer and Camila Greenwell


Outdoor VR Dance in Matson

A GL4 event, in partnership with Strike A Light


From The Light Of The Fire, Our Dancing Shadows
🗓 26-27 June, various times throughout the day
📍 The Green, Matson, GL4 6LL
🎟 Free!

What to expect

VR headsets, gold coats and a massive gantry are landing in Matson. Dance through outer space in the middle of the green on the estate! 👨‍🚀

Our Dancing Shadows explores two sides of the same experience, one in VR and the other watching on. It uses the latest VR technology to enable people to collaborate in the same virtual world at once, untethered and outside.

You can choose to watch the dancers and/or be a dancer yourself. If you choose to dance, you’ll take to the stage wearing a VR headset. You do not need to have experienced VR before in order to be a dancer, or have any experience of dance. It is not a competitive environment. If you choose to be a dancer in the VR experience you will find yourself guided through a gentle, poetic VR world.

Awesome people who are making this event possible 🎉🙏


A Kaleider Production, written and directed by Seth Honnor with Andy Wood and All Seeing Eye.