Back On Track (2008)
The audience saddles up and joins the caravan for a provocative and playful insight into the post-oil future of transport!
Kilter’s hospitable characters pedal 30 members of the public into a world imaginatively forged from the inspiring stories of the old railway path between Bristol & Bath. A message arrives from a distant land, a cellist hitches a ride in a trailer and we all stop to wave at the last steam train!
Theatre of the Unforgettable. Russel Dean, Director, Strangeface Theatre
Kilter defies theatre. Kate Cross, Artistic Director, the egg, Theatre Royal, Bath
Do yourself a favour and book a ticket. Scott Morrisson, Friends of the Earth
It was art that put us right at the heart of its meaning – cycling through beautiful countryside, I remembered the things that are truly important and how we are running out of time. Jane Connolly
I haven’t been on a bike for 25 years but will definitely be visiting the bike shop when I get home.
Fired my imagination. Left me with a warm feeling… and slightly wobbly legs! Thanks!
It is not often I laugh so hard it is uncontrollable – absolutely superb.
Entertaining in a brilliant way and moved to tears at points.
An exhilarating sense of community.