Snigel is a curious snail who loves bubbles! From the minute Snigel wakes up to when they fall asleep, bubbles are what they think about. Join Snigel on their journey to find out where the bubbles come from.
A new collaboration between performance artist and choreographer Caroline Bowditch, designer and technician Laura Hook, musician and sound designer Zac Scott.
Glasgow based, but Australian born, performance artist and choreographer, Caroline Bowditch, describes herself as a performer, maker, teacher, speaker and mosquito buzzing in the ears of the arts industry in the UK and further afield.
Her body of work includes: ‘The Long and the Short of it’, as Scottish Dance Theatre’s Agent for Change (2008-2012), ‘Leaving Limbo Landing’ for the Cultural Olympiad in 2012 and in 2014, ‘Falling in Love with Frida’, which was awarded a prestigious Herald Angel award, and continues to tour locally and internationally.
Caroline is a founder member of Weave Movement Theatre (Melbourne) and The FATHoM Project (Newcastle), Artist in Association with Paragon Music (Glasgow), and was Visiting Professor at Coventry University. She has led international residencies in Italy, Switzerland and Germany is regularly invited to be mentor local, national and international artists at all levels of their artistic development. In 2017, Caroline will be Associated Artist with Dance 4, Paragon Ensemble and Imaginate.
Commissioned by the Northern Festivals Network, with support from the Arts Council England and by Unlimited Impact, funded by Spirit of 2012. With additional support from Creative Scotland, Tramway, Scottish Opera and the Theatre Royal Glasgow.
A promenade performance for Under 5’s and their adults. Available to tour now.
Recently commissioned by Northern Festivals Network performing at the following for 2017:
27 – 29 July – Kendal Calling, Lake District
18- 20 August – Just So Festival, Cheshire
16 – 17 September: Ramsbottom Festival, Ramsbottom
27 – 28 May – National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh as part of the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival.
22 – 23 July – Bristol Harbour Festival, Bristol