Theatre | Performance
PARADISE LOST (lies unopened beside me)

Date and Time

Tue 3 May 2016



£10, £8 conc, £2 Students/U18s


Ivy Arts Centre

Lost Dog

A re-telling of the story of the beginning of everything inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost – told through words, music and the easily misunderstood medium of dance. A show for anyone who has ever created anything (a child, a garden, a paper aeroplane) and then had to watch that wonderful thing spiral out of control.

Fronted by its highly individual, accomplished Artistic Director BEN DUKE (GSA Alumni), Paradise Lost recently hit the jackpot with 5 star reviews and capacity audiences for the coruscating dance/theatre production, which has been gaining momentum since its premiere at Battersea Arts Centre in May 2015. Premiered in May, Paradise Lost went on to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it was shortlisted for a Total Theatre Award (Innovation, Experimentation and Playing with Form category).

★★★★★‘A heavenly new take on Milton’ The Evening Standard
★★★★‘A triumphant gallop through the story of creation’ The Guardian

Co-commissioned by The Place and Battersea Arts Centre with further commissioning support from ICIA Bath University. Developed with support from The Point, Eastleigh and South East Dance. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Performance is suitable for aged 14+

For The Paradise Lost trailer, please click on the link below...