The HandleBards are the world’s first cycling theatre company. Before touring their “seriously silly” production of Romeo and Juliet around the world, they pedalled it 1500 miles around the UK by bicycle, with all the necessary set, props and costume in tow. Now, the show is back by popular demand



Join The HandleBards’ all-female troupe at The Museum of the Order of St John in London for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ like no other. And what’s the play about? Well – Rosalind and Orlando have been forced into exile in the Forest of Arden. As


Tickets for this performance can be purchased here. Join The HandleBards’ all-female troupe at HMS Frigate Unicorn in Dundee for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ like no other. And what’s the play about? Well – Rosalind and Orlando have been forced into exile in the Forest


Tickets for this performance can be purchased here. Join The HandleBards’ all-female troupe at Halton Mill for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ like no other. And what’s the play about? Well – Rosalind and Orlando have been forced into exile in the Forest of Arden. As


Tickets can be purchased here, or by calling the box office on 01308 424 204. Join The HandleBards’ all-female troupe in the beautiful Millennium Green at Bridport Arts Centre, Torrington for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ like no other. And what’s the play about? Well – Rosalind


Tickets can be purchased here, or by calling the box office on 01805 624624. Join The HandleBards’ all-female troupe in the beautiful grounds of The Vicarage Garden, Torrington for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ like no other. And what’s the play about? Well – Rosalind and


Tickets can be purchased here, or by calling the box office on 01805 624624. Join the HandleBards’ all-female troupe in the beautiful grounds of Tapely Park for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ like no other. And what’s the play about? Well – Rosalind and Orlando have