In a family that is shrinking and a world that is growing bigger, three precocious childrenattempt to carve out a unique space for themselves and the memory of their parents.
‘Crocosmia’ is an explosion of fast-paced, visual storytelling following the Brackenberg siblings and their attempts to make sense of the world through cake puppetry, romantic slide shows and ingenious bulb experiments, all backed by their parents' vintage record collection.
'Can a vivid imagination be a substitute for real loss?'
Little Bulb Theatre's debut show received an array of five star reviews and three major awards at the 2008 Edinburgh festival (Fringe First, Total Theatre Award for Best Graduate Theatre Company and the Arches Brick Award), it has since been performed in numerous venues across the country including the BAC, London, Eden Court, Inverness, The Junction, Cambridge, The Gulbenkian, Canterbury, The Ustinov, Bath, The Tobacco Factory, Bristol and a variety of village halls. The show has also been performed in Canada in collaboration with Farnham Maltings and Theatre Passe-Muraille, and Perth, Australia for the AWESOME arts festival.
Written and devised by the company Directed by Alexander Scott Performed by Clare Beresford Dominic Conway Shamira Turner