Noh Reimagined festivals unwraps the art of Noh, the iconic theatrical tradition that originated in fourteenth-century Japan, offering open and creative platform that encourages genre-defying, cross-cultural collaborations through Noh, connecting tradition and contemporary life, arts and more, suggesting new ways of looking at our world.
In the past three editions of Noh Reimagined festival, we have featured.
- 12 top-level Noh performers from Japan.
- 40 British artists, including composers, performance artists and visual artists, as well as academics and neuroscientists.
- 9 commissioned pieces world premiered as part of the festivals.
In total over 4,500 people attended the live events and many more engaged through the Noh Reimagined digital contents including Kings Place podcast and BBC Radio 3’s special program.
Noh Reimagined festivals takes place at iconic Kings Place, London.
Noh Reimagined 2022 (24-25 June) – Spirits of Flowers
Noh Reimagined 2018 (29-30 June) – Sublime Illusion
Noh Reimagined 2016 (13–14 May) – The Contemporary Art of Japanese Theatre
The 2020 festival was cancelled due to the Coronovirus.