Equestrian arts show heading to Much Wenlock

Equestra, a world-class equestrian arts company, is bringing its first-ever show to the region. It is led by show director Gallien Gautier, who has performed with some of the best equestrian arts companies around the world, such as Cavalia.

Gallien, along with a team of exceptional performers, has choreographed a brand-new show called Aura. This fully immersive and theatrical production celebrates the incredible bond between humans and horses. The show will feature amazing stunts, trick riding, liberty, and classical dressage, performed by celebrated equestrian performers Mia Rodley, Greg Caruso, Florine Desort, Sienna Harrison, Edward Creamer and Mathieu Bianchi.

Gallien says, “With Aura, we hope to evoke the emotions of our audience, sharing the unique bonds we have with our horses through a theatrical performance.”

To complement the energetic performances, the show will also feature live music by the talented group Saxon Fire, providing a dramatic soundtrack that enhances the overall experience. With spectacular lighting and stagecraft, the production promises to be visually stunning and emotionally captivating. Equestra’s show debut in the UK is certainly something to look forward to.

The performances will take place at the Cavalier Centre in Much Wenlock, with three shows to choose from: Friday, December 1 at 7pm and Saturday, December 2 at 2pm (a relaxed performance designed for a more informal and sociable environment), and 7.30pm.

Visit www.equestra.co.uk for more information.

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