The Mill this September

Having previously thrilled audiences with hit shows The Thing That Came From Over There and What The Dickens, we are excited to welcome back Gonzo Moose with Once Upon a Time, a comedy fairy tale adventure bursting with physical comedy, absurd jokes and magical illusion.

“A riot from start to finish” Venue Magazine

Coming to The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury, on Tuesday 17th September, this is an adventure to be enjoyed by the whole family.

Following this we introduce Chris Michael, a professional visual comedian with his latest production The Immigrant, a hilarious and heart-warming slapstick comedy inspired by Charlie Chaplin’s original film.

This delightful show tells the story of people starting a new life in the West today. It is based on hundreds of accounts of what it is like to come to live in a strange country and trying to fit in when you stand out. Chris Michael has captured the spirit of the original film and re-worked the content to tell a story of modern times.

“Beautifully timed buffoonery…skills honed to perfection” The Oxford Times.

The show contains no dialog so is fully accessible for deaf or hard of hearing audiences and those with English as a second or additional language.
The Immigrant, coming to The Mill Arts Centre on Wednesday 2nd October.

Award-winning Box Tale Soup present Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw, a disturbing story of horror and corruption. Edinburgh Fringe 2018 sell-out show.

5 Star “..beautifully crafted..” Fringe Guru

The Turn of the Screw comes to The Mill on Thursday 17th October.

Head to our website or call 01295 279002 to book tickets or find out more.

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