2Tour Theatre on tour 2012/2013

Missing 1994’ a physical theatre piece that is devised & performed by Co-Artistic directors Paul Adams & Abi Crayon is touring to schools, colleges, universities & small scale venues throughout 2012 & 2013.

‘15th June 1994, it was a usual family day out in Blackpool for Suzie, David & their little girl Kaitlin, until the unimaginable happens…Kaitlin disappears. Her father David Foster takes audiences through his journey with his book titled ‘Missing 1994’. Watch as this story of hope unfolds from a life changing day of pain and confusion in 1994, to the relief of discovering new evidence which may lead to finding Kaitlin in 2012. Explored through physical theatre and projection with gripping scenes of love, pain and confusion’

The piece has been received extremely well at Preston Tringe festival with two intimate performances in early September, over the next few weeks ‘Missing 1994’ is touring to Glossopdale Community College & performing for Hyde Clarendon college.

For further details about the show & how to book for your school/college/university please click here.

If you are a small scale theatre venue or festival co-ordinator please click here for further details.

More public performance dates will be confirmed soon… watch this space!!

“Very good, never seen physical theatre before, very impressed, thanks!”

“Excellent exposition of physical theatre. Well done guys, good to see”

“Traveled all the way from Brisbane, Australia. It was marvelous to watch this production. Well done, hope to see you in Australia one day… Good Luck”

(Audience comments from Preston Tringe festival)


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'2Tour Theatre aim to inspire young audiences; influencing the future generation of theatre makers through movement based theatre.’
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