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El viaje de Matilde

Matilde's Journey

Find out about our past and future projects

We are in the process of adapting the show to video and 360. To find more about it go follow this link.

 

El viaje de Matilde

A Cuerpo's first show"El viaje de Matilde" (Matilde's journey) was funded by the Arts Council, Creative Leicestershire, Social Capital Funding, Nottingham City Council and Melton Borough Council.

It is an original script in Spanish written for UK children aged 6 to 11.

It toured to a range of schools and theatres within the UK in the past and we are now  intending to make it available to more audiences by using new technologies.


You can keep up to date with this project by following our Blog!

The Story

The main character is a cheeky eight year-old Spanish girl called Matilde.
Matilde leads a normal life, she lives in a small town in Spain with her family, goes to school and has friends...but she is not completely happy, as she dreams of travelling to the jungle and having lots of adventures.
Luckily Matilde's dad is an inventor and he is working on an instant travelling machine...Well, Matilde can't help herself and decides to build the machine herself...
As you can imagine things aren't as easy as they look and Matilde gets into one or two tight spots...so be ready to lend her a hand...or a foot!

Matilde's 360 video project

Our next project will be developing "El viaje de Matilde" through new technologies.

We are looking at adapting the show to video with added 360 video to fully immerse the audience.

These are very exciting times and we will keep you updated through the blog.

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Future projects

We have many more ideas and projects that we will be developing in the future.

 Quiz, live streaming, installations, videos and many more

 Follow our blog to keep up to date with all our news!

 

Testimonials

The above testimonials are for the theatre performance "El viaje de Matilde".
To read more testimonials click below.

"Amazing. It's not often you see something which is unlike anything you've ever seen...It was great to see the kids so engaged"

Marisa Blisset, Arts Education Co-ordinator, Nottingham