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Tokyo Fugue

Recent Production

LONDON (23 AUG - 26 AUG 2018)

RIJEKA (4 SEP 2018)


​About|Tokyo Fugue

You are on a train. You are searching for someone.

You fall asleep. In your dream you are on a train.

You are searching for someone...


Tokyo Fugue is a mesmerising piece of physical theatre, set in the maze-like train system of Tokyo. The scenes unfold like the variations of a fugue, in sequences of meticulously crafted movement. With three bodies, three chairs, a collage of English and Japanese text, a lullaby, a fugue and some train sounds, Tokyo Fugue conjures up the dizzying experience of life in a modern metropolis. The audience is left breathless and wondering: what is it, after all, that I am chasing? At times poetic, at times comical, at times unsettling, this is theatre that speaks to the soul.

Audience Review was fantastic!! I had so many goosebumps, it was crazy. So moving and profound, and important.Thank you thank you thank you for making that!!

...the performance was truly wonderful. I enjoyed it hugely and was so impressed!!!

...Thanks for creating this and for all the work that went into it!

Superb show today- I am on the train and still thinking about it! Really really loved it and I could totally watch you all day long- some of the sequences were mesmerizing!

Cast & Crew

Kentaro Suyama

Tania Coke

Toshihiko Nishimura​

Directors: Kentaro Suyama / Tania Coke

Assistant Director : Junichi Matsumoto

Music Composer : Tania Coke

Texts : Kentaro Suyama / Tania Coke

Costumes : Kentaro Suyama / Tania Coke

Lighting Designer : Amy Daniels

Sound Operator : Chloe Kwok

Flyer Design : Kentaro Suyama

Video Images : Katsuyuki Miyabe

Subtitles & Projected Images : Kentaro Suyama

Tokyo Fugue European Tour

Thank you for supporting us!

The Universal Language of the Body 

In August and September we ran a programme of performances and workshops in the UK and Croatia, celebrating the Universal Language of the Body


Our aim was to raise awareness of the expressive power of the body and inspire people to use their bodies more creatively, both on stage and off. 


We are deeply grateful to the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation and the Japan Society who offered grants in support of parts of this project, and to those who so generously backed our crowdfunding campaign. 

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