"Build less bombs, feed more people and give your laughter to empty streets."
We enjoy writing , performing and sharing our music. no genres just MUSIC
Our lyrical themes are Anarchy, Politics, Love, Ignorance, Truth and Compassion
John Mason - Vocals, Guitar
Isaac Sutherland - Guitar, vocals
Oscar Mannoni - Drums
Bado Reti - Fretless bass guitar
A dynamic exploration of the ways in which modern methods of communications affect us all, using dance, physicality, aerial acrobatics, tight-wire walking and original music.
Does the ability to communicate anytime, anyplace, really help us to connect? How much stress and tension do you feel at times because you’re expected to be constantly “connected”?Does instant connectivity help our attempts to make meaningful relationships with our surroundings and our fellow humans? Or does it reinforce feelings of isolation and inadequacy as we reflect upon and react to connections made and lost?
A Paper Doll Militia Production
Created by Sarah Bebe Holmes and Bado Reti
Choreography: Sarah Bebe Holmes
Original music and sound design: Bado Reti
Set and costume design: Christine Urquhart
Lighting design: George Tarbuck
Technician: Malcolm Rogan
Technical assistant: Joshua Baker
Photo by Christine Urquhart
Egg is an original aerial theatre production about fertility, sexuality and choice, telling the true story of a woman who gave her eggs to a friend to have a child.
Egg combines visual theatre and movement with a script written by Sarah, reflecting her own personal experience. Original music composed and performed by Bado Reti is interwoven with the show creating the soundscape within the story and the set. Animations detail the often-misunderstood internal world of a woman, while the aerial acrobatics energize the clear PVC plastic set. Egg follows both the medical side of the process and the complex legal and ethical implications of surrendering the rights to your genetically linked child.
Bado has been writing poetry for decades in his native Hungarian. He's currently working on assembling a collection of his English translations using his own artwork for illustration.