The Bee is the latest production at Soho Theatre in London from the legendary Japanese playwright Hideki Noda. Famous for bringing Japanese plays to a larger international audience, Noda’s work has a contemporary style with a unique Japanese touch, making this play a fantastic spectacle that is suitable for everyone!
Japan Centre has a pair of tickets to give away so you can see this show in London and experience Noda’s exciting world of Japanese theatre. Read on for more details of the play and how to win tickets!
If you like Japanese manga and anime, then you will know that Osamu Tezuka, the “God of manga”, was one of the early pioneers of this exciting Japanese art form. Astro Boy, perhaps his most well known manga has been hugely popular in Japan since its inception in 1952 and often cited as the character that bought manga and anime to the mainstream. It is so popular that Astro Boy was even made into a computer animated Hollywood film in 2009!
A cult figure in Japan, Saburo Teshigawara began his career in Tokyo in 1981 after studying the unusual combination of plastic arts and classical ballet. In 1985 he formed his own company, KARAS, with Kei Miyata and started creating group choreographies alongside other visual art works. With KARAS he has performed in major cities all over the world and has been commissioned by many international ballet companies (Frankfurt Ballet, Paris Opera, Nederland Dans Theater).
Read on for a fantastic Japan Centre competition to win tickets to see this new performance.
It’s competition time again.
Japan Centre has teamed up with the Sadler’s Wells theatre to offer this great promotion for an upcoming play called “The Centaur and the Animal“. Starring Bartabas, the world-renowned horse trainer and art director in his first ever London performance, the story of a man and his horse.
Kabuki featuring Ebizo Ichikawa XI Friday 4 – Tuesday 15 June 2010 Sadler’s Wells Kabuki superstar Ebizo Ichikawa […]