Beneath the Streets: Lost and Found 2015

Beneath the Streets: Lost and Found. A collaboration between Hijinx and Punchdrunk Enrichment

Jacob's Market, Cardiff, 26 June - 3 July 2015 

We've all lost something: glasses, keys, memories, love, loved ones, our way... Are these things gone forever or have they found a home elsewhere? Hidden in Cardiff is a world of lost things. In the shadows, behind closed doors, we await you.

Following a sold-out run in 2014 and nomination for 'Best Production in English' at the 2015 Wales Theatre Awards, Hijinx and Punchdrunk Enrichment reunited in 2015 to present the sequel to 'Beneath the Streets' in a new location. Beneath the Streets: Lost and Found was a site specific, immersive production set in Jacob's Market, Cardiff and featured a large cast of actors with and without disabilities.

Here is a short film about our partnership with Punchdrunk Enrichment on this hugely exciting project:

'Beneath the Streets: Lost and Found' was generously supported by Arts Council of Wales and Wales Millennium Centre.

Have a look at a gallery of production images from the show here.

Thanks to Jonathan Dunn for the film and Malwina Matusiewicz and Simon Gough Photography for images.

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