Current Projects

Hat Juggling

for Corporate and Cabaret Events

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A flurry of limbs and headwear, entangled within a most unusual manner of movement with a quiet sense of charm.

Ryan has performed various adaptions of his Hat Routine in all manner of styles and venues, including private dining events, large-scale site specifics, and challengingly confined festival tents.

Highly versatile, with gentle humour and unusual dexterity, this act is suitable for any occasion, and can be tailored to suit your needs.


Solo Research & Development

Ryan explores his own degenerative hearing loss as a celebratory source of Play and joyous perspective.

A show exploring cultural boundary and social identity when existing between two distinctly different worlds, and belonging to neither.

Not a commentary on loss or difficulty, but rather a half-mad ear-splitting laugh towards the awkwardness of all humanity.

Highlighting the connections that we all share, which require no words or logic, where the loudest actions are lost in translation, and the tiniest looks become deafening.

In this world of chattering heads and singing hands, we explore a dialect of love and humour, where we put our egos aside, and revel in the absurd.


Knuk Theatre

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Three office-bound individuals from three different worlds cut up their thoughts in three different ways! They even communicate in three different languages, much like the performers themselves,  in order to piece together a single story.

Mâché Ado About Nothing brings paper to life; creating puppets, masks, objects of play and even entire worlds from whatever lives in the recycling. The show makes use of large orbital drum fans, origami, stationary in conjunction with  movement, physical theatre and Circus to use the mundane as absurd vehicles of human expression.

Using clown, slapstick, multi-lingual text, and choreography, with a particular interest in the eccentric and absurd, Knuk is passionate in creating a play that can reach any audience of any nationality. We believe that the root of all communication comes from an innate sense of empathy, an in-built desire to connect and above all; the basic human need to belong.  We aim to explore what it is to expose, share, and create at its most instinctive level; where chaos and play blend together without thought.



by Wet Picnic

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Lord Monte and Lady Moneta Gredus cordially invite you to their annual ‘Family Ball’. An extravagant and exciting evening of pomp and ceremony. But this year tragedy has struck as Lord Monte has suddenly passed away! The family are in mourning but The Ball must go on.The audience are invited to a party like no other, where preparation is key and the underlying story is as old as get what you want, you have to play the game. Matches are made, families are aligned and the game is afoot. After all, when it comes to money...blood isn’t always thicker than water.

Taking an eccentric look at the themes of greed, power and family. The piece draws on influences such as Peter Greenaway, Matthew Bourne and The Adams Family, and uses Wet Picnic’s trademark style of audience interaction and eccentric play to create an extravagant night time experience.

Wet Picnic