UPCOMING SHOWS 2013:
THE LIBRARIANS
Thursday 21st November: Queenborough Library 10.15 and 11.30 
                                            Sheerness Gateway Library 14.15 and 15.30
Friday 22nd November: Sittingbourne Library 10.15 and 11.30
                                       Faversham Library 14.15 and 15.30

Saturday 23rd November: Rochester Library 10.30 and 11.30
                                          Chatham Library 13.30 and 14.45
Funded by Idea Test and commissioned by Transported.
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THE LIBRARIANS
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
Something unusual is happening in your local library in November.
Our contrarian ‘Librarians’ will be popping up at libraries in Kent and Medway in November 2013. This 20-minute performance will pop out of the shelves and surprise regular library goers, librarians and new visitors a-like.
‘The Librarians’ roam the library, shelving, organising and sometimes flying amongst their beloved books. The books take on a life of their own and lead the audience into the library to explore what lies within the pages. Expect dance, comedy, poetry and lots of literacy fun.
This piece has been funded by Ideas Test (Creative People and Places - Swale and Medway), commissioned by Transported and is in partnership with Kent County Council and Medway Council.
PERFORMANCES 2013Thursday 21st November: Queenborough Library 10.15 and 11.30 
                                            Sheerness Gateway Library 14.15 and 15.30
Friday 22nd November:  Sittingbourne Library 10.15 and 11.30
                                         Faversham Library 14.15 and 15.30

Saturday 23rd November: Rochester Library 10.30 and 11.30
                                           Chatham Library 13.30 and 14.45
This group of fanatical dancing birdwatchers draw family audiences into an alternative world of birds with the wondrously silly yet insanely informative ‘Bird Cabaret’.
We follow the life of birds, from birth and hatching to dinner time and the afterlife, through a number of nonsensical dance numbers including; the Flamboyant Flamingo salsa, the Perky Penguin shuffle, a Scavenging Vulture battle and the delectable roast chicken striptease.
And have you ever seen a canary do the cancan? Well now you can (can) with our fantastically feathered finale which wows audiences using the colour yellow and some rather high leg kicks to boot.
We use dance, clowning and the spirit of play in this comic and high-energy street theatre show.
Check out the website for more info: www.nerdybirdies.co.uk
This project was supported by Arts Council England, Transported, PANeK, South East Dance, Kent Wildlife Trust.
The Weirdy Beardies: a playful and unusual act – combining dance, comedy and audience interaction into one hairy street theatre show. A highly skilled troupe of physical performers bring their unique brand of furry mayhem to everyday public spaces
Since their birth in 2011, the group have toured across the UK to nationally renowned festivals and events, including Winchester Hat Fair, Fuse Medway Festival, Paralympic 2012 celebrations, The Place (LCDS).
Their associate director is Matt Feerick
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Pestiferous creates work which is funny interactive, playful and gently subversive. The work brings audiences and performers together from all walks of life and in everyday spaces for truly unique experiences that are uplifting, surreal, curious and joyful.
CONTACT US
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[w] www.nerdybirdies.co.uk & www.weirdybeardies.co.uk
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THE COMPANY
Artistic Director: Mary Eddowes
Company Performers: Nanette Archer, Corey Baker, Sarah Blanc, Isabelle Cressy, Charlotte Dubery, Mary Eddowes, Carl Harrison, Jessamin Landamore, Sioda Martin, Stephanie McMann, Kim Noble, Lucy Ridley,  
Associate Artists: Matt Feerick, Tom Roden, Bob Karper, Lucy Bradridge, Lucy Sharratt, Philip Bosworth, Steve Denton,