Troublesome crow confronted by angry acrobats in Barkingside performance
PUBLISHED: 11:55 08 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:55 08 May 2018
An acrobatic trio take on a troublesome crow which has nestled in the chimney of a derelict house in Barkingside this weekend.
Residents can find out how they fare in their bid to gain possession the building in a performance of The Crow House, commissioned by Vision Redbridge, in Ken Aston Square in High Road on Saturday, May 19.
The performance is inspired by silent films and uses a combination of circus acrobatics, puppetry, musical saw and harp playing as well as audience participation.
The audience is in for a choreographed frenzy of silks trapeze, hat juggling and slap stick as, one-by-one, three very different characters arrive to try and seize control of the house.
Through their cunning plans to each take over a room in the house, they begin to accept each other.
But they still have one problem remaining - the furious bird in the chimney.
The show is free to attend takes place at 12pm and 2.30pm.
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