There Be Monsters!

Glenn Noble (Director), Joshua Patel (Performer), Jessica Rowe (Performer), Gareth Price-Baghurst (Performer)

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchPerformance


An original outdoor promenade performance, adapted from Cervantes' Don Quixote (1605). Directed by Glenn Noble, Co-written by Jes Rowe, Gareth Price-Baghurst and Josh Patel. Dramaturgy by Richard Headon. with Masks and Design by Jonny Dixon, Original songs and music by the company.

Premiered at Summer at Southside, July 14th 2018.
Further Performances:
Just So Festival, Rode Hall Estate, Cheshire - 17th-19th August
Big Feast Festival, Stoke-On-Trent - 24th & 25th August
October Plenty Festival, Borough Market, Bankside, London -21st October
Emerge Festival, Cannock, Wolverhampton - 6th April
Mantle Arts, Coalville, West Midlands - 6th May
Wolford Wood, Moreton-in-Marsh - 25th & 26th May
Ryecroft Hall Park, Tameside, Greater Manchester - 8th August
Statfold Barn Festival, Tamworth - 11th August
All In The Mind Fest, Basingstoke - 14th September
Citadel Arts in the Streets, St Helens, Merseyside - 4th September

Co-Commissioned by Birmingham Hippodrome, Déda Derby’s Offsite Programme, and Appetite Stoke, and funded by Arts Council of England National Lottery Project Funds.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherThe Fabularium
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jul 2018


  • outdoor performance
  • adaptation
  • Spanish translation
  • Cervantes
  • theatre
  • folk music
  • folk song
  • Masks


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