London International Mime Festival at The Barbican

What is it? Tickets to two International Mime Festival show at the Barbican – exclusively discounted for Time Out Readers. Why buy? Trust us: forget about blokes in stripy tops wearing facepaint. Returning to London for its forty-first year, the International Mime Festival is back with a thick slice of the contemporary mime scene: bold, experimental and anarchic. There are dozens of events scheduled in venues across London – but two are the biggest are this pair of shows at the Barbican. The Barbican has kindly sent this exclusive deal into our lucky (white-gloved) mitts – we’ve got a run of tickets to both shows for just £18, which saves you up to 35 percent off the normal prices. This is your chance to see what all the fuss is about – but both shows only have four-day runs. Get booking sharpish! What are the shows? ‘Mother’ Wednesday January 24 to Saturday January 27 The Olivier Award-winning Belgian company Peeping Tom have created a strange, surreal, occasionally nightmarish universe in their latest show: a reflection on motherhood. Gulp! ‘300 el x 50 el x 30 el’ Wednesday January 31 to Saturday February 3Toneelhuis/FC Bergman’s peculiarly named show takes the story of Noah’s Ark and expands on it to tell a wordless tale of a village whose inhabitants are consumed with fear at the prospect of a flood. This is valid for one ticket to London International Mime Festival at The Barbican Please note your booking is only valid for your selected option. Tickets are allocated by the box office and not by Time Out. Customers purchasing multiple tickets in the same transaction under the same name will be sat together. This booking cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.


Barbican, London

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