Bric a Brac Productions has been taking a break from touring because Artistic Director Liz Hart has recently become Mother of two small children and is developing her education and making work. However, Liz has been developing a new solo performance piece for adult audiences called Mummy Monster. This is about one woman’s journey from a seeming state of balance into a monstrous state where she is no longer fully in control. The show explores the times when you as a parent “lose it,” and is an honest look at the pressures of parenting.

Mummy Monster is a powerful and exciting site-specific kitchen show that tours to community venues and private homes. It is also a frank, funny and ferocious studio theatre show combining visual, physical and comic theatre. You can find out about the show here.

To develop Mummy Monster Liz has been working closely with her sister company Lady Strong’s Bonfire. This new company is Co-Produced with Tomasin Cuthbert and Tessa Bide and you can read more about it here.


Bric a Brac Productions and The Cyclown Circus Band presents The Magic Trumpet
A show for big and small people, inside or out.Have you ever wondered what your Granny’s been up to all those years?! In The Magic Trumpet, a little girl uncovers the stories and memories of her explorer Granny …read more
Bric a Brac Productions presents Richard’s Love
A playful blend of masks and shadow puppetry.In Richard’s Love, Bric a Brac Productions takes you into a magical and muddled world to tell the tale of shop girl Sarah, her unlikely hero Richard and her tricky Mother, who is determined to stand in the way of their love…read more
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    Bric a Brac Productions is Liz Hart and a changing and talented band of performers and musicians.
    Made primarily for intimate theatre spaces, Bric a Brac shows have also found their home on the city streets and wastelands, in café bars, hospitals, village halls, barns and tents… Try and find us a space we won’t play!...

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    “You could literally take anyone from a 2 year old to your maiden aunt, and they would all find it a delight… An escape from the drudgery of 21st century life in to the magic of fairy tale.”
    - David Calder, Bradon Forest School on “Richard’s Love.”