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  •   Thursday May 18th sees the inaugural collaboration between Croydon Bicycle Theatre and the Croydon Cycle Fest. The Bicycle Theatre team, in collaboration with the London Cycling Campaign’s Croydon Cyclists, will be creating an original performance ride for two Norwood primary schools. This will be followed by an afternoon of pop-up performances at the Bicycle Theatre stall in the Cycle Fest’s ‘Active Zone’ in Queen’s Gardens. From the earliest Crystal Palace races, to the female record breakers of the ‘40s, Croydon’s cycling heritage will be brought to life, before heading onwards, towards an unknown, but not […]
      Thursday May 18th sees the inaugural collaboration between Croydon Bicycle Theatre and the Croydon Cycle Fest. The Bicycle Theatre team, in collaboration with the London Cycling Campaign’s Croydon Cyclists, will be creating an original performance ride for two Norwood primary schools. This will be followed by an afternoon of pop-up performances at the Bicycle Theatre stall in the Cycle Fest’s ‘Active Zone’ in Queen’s Gardens. From the earliest Crystal Palace races, to the female record breakers of the ‘40s, Croydon’s cycling heritage will be brought to life, before heading onwards, towards an unknown, but not […]

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  • November 20th saw the Croydon Cyclists first theatrical bicycle tour.  A version of the article below was first published on the website of the Croydon Citizen on November 23rd 2016. Croydon is the most haunted borough in London. Fact. And with this spurious piece of data we we’re off. Where exactly in Croydon do these phantoms live? Who are these poor lost souls, doomed to wander our streets in eternal sorrow? How can we share these fantastical stories with our fellow townspeople in a fun, yet terrifying, way? Or rather, I was off, dragging the rest […]
    November 20th saw the Croydon Cyclists first theatrical bicycle tour.  A version of the article below was first published on the website of the Croydon Citizen on November 23rd 2016. Croydon is the most haunted borough in London. Fact. And with this spurious piece of data we we’re off. Where exactly in Croydon do these phantoms live? Who are these poor lost souls, doomed to wander our streets in eternal sorrow? How can we share these fantastical stories with our fellow townspeople in a fun, yet terrifying, way? Or rather, I was off, dragging the rest […]

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