Mimbre are a London based performance company founded in 1996. They specialize in out door performances that fuse acrobatics with theatre and dance. Touring extensively over four continents they are one of the Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations (NPO).
To date the company have commissioned and collaborated on three soundtracks with Ted, ‘The Bench’, ‘Until Now’ and ‘Lifted’
"Ted's music always adds an extra dimension to our performances, with his beautiful scores, musical story telling and tunes that wiggle their ways into both people's bodies and minds”Lina Johansson
Lifted - Trailer from Mimbre on Vimeo.
Mimbre : In the Park from clive lyttle on Vimeo.
Extraordinary Bodies is the UK’s leading integrated circus company and the partnership of leading show makers Cirque Bijou alongside leading arts and diversity practitioners Diverse City. Creating bold, radical and joyous large-scale performances with increased awareness of the integration of D/deaf, disabled and non-disabled artists working equally together.
Alongside co-writer Dom Coyote, Ted composed and played in the live band for the production of the companies debut show ‘Weighting’. In 2018 he wrote the score for the touring piece ‘What Am I Worth?’
“ Ted has been a vital part of the creation of the company, composing the music for all of our shows to date. His music and songs are unforgettable - they create the emotion of the piece and stick in an audience’s head long after they leave. He is a unique artist.”Claire Hodgson leading director of Diverse city/ Extraordinary Bodies
Award winning composer/ theatre maker Dom Coyote mixes alternative music and theatre, as well as being an associate artist with the internationally acclaimed Kneehigh ensemble.
Dom and Ted first collaborated on the Extraordinary Bodies show ‘Weighting’. They then went on to work on Dom’s show ‘Songs for the end of the World’, an award winning “gig-theatre” experience full of songs, sci-fi and a dystopian future.
In 2016 Dom, Ted and artist Ruth Shepherd were asked to devise a play for the education department of the National Theatre. ‘The Storyfishers’ was an interactive adventure for children and their grown up’s, “a joyous medley of stories, songs and silliness”.
Ted has also co-produced Dom Coyotes first solo album ‘Earthbound’
In 2015, Ted and theatre designer/ maker Amy Pitt, were commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre to develop a children’s interactive installation for 2 to 5 year olds. They made a “kaliedaphone”, a gigantic musical kaleidoscope that the children could lay or sit underneath to look up at the revolving visual image.
In 2016 the piece was brought back to be part of the ‘Town Hall Cherubs’, the BAC award winning Christmas show.
“Deeply imaginative and entrancing”TIME OUT
‘The Border’ by Afsaneh Gray, was produced for the educational touring theatre company, Theatre Centre in 2019.
Ted was commissioned to write the soundtrack including the opening and closing songs.