Kensington & Chelsea


Marie Forbes & Sophie Nüzel:

The Little Witch


Marie Forbes & Sophie Nüzel

Where: A secret witches coven in Cremorne Gardens Lots Road SW10

When: Sunday 20 July | Performances at 11:00, 13:00, 16:00, 19:00 | Each performance one hour

Tickets: Booking required | Tickets £7.50 Full price | £5 Concession | £20 Family ticket (2 adults 1+ children)

The Little Witch is only 127.5 years old, and that's not at all old for a witch. She spent about six hours a day doing exercises in witchcraft, but she just couldn't get her spells right. And then she got into deep disgrace at the Walpurgis night party! She has got a year to prove herself. And so the journey begins.
An immersive site-sensitive dance theatre piece performed for and by people of all ages. Join The Little Witch on a magical journey, where the performers invite you to step into a dreamworld that unfolds before your eyes. Moving through forests and fields, winds and storms, you’ll see what it takes to be a good witch. Weird and wonderful creatures appear from the shadows, songs and soundscapes echo through the landscape.

The wonderful story of The Little Witch by Ottfried Preussler provides inspiration for a mystical and enchanted performance trail. In a rich mix of dance, theatre and live music The Little Witch explores themes of age, identity and belonging.

The Little Witch for InTRANSIT is also part of Big Dance 2014.

About the Artists

Professional, community and student dancers aged 11-75 years old from across London come together in this cross hub collaboration choreographed by Marie Forbes and Sophie Nüzel, with support from The National Theatre and the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
Directors Marie Forbes and Sophie Nüzel
Composer Domenico Angarano
Designer Georgia Jacob