We have been making playful, imaginative theatre for everyone since 2005...

At Exquisite Folly Theatre we believe that imagination is one of the most important things we possess, and that we should use it no matter how old or young we are. Play and interaction are the keys that unlock the ability to be able to express that imagination and we make playful, interactive, site-responsive theatre for everyone.

The lovely Bug Ball
VAULT Festival 2019 and Underbelly Festival Southbank September 2019.

Produced and Directed by Amelia De-Felice
Music by Tom Ashbourne
Fabrication by Charlie Kelly
Original Lighting Design: Sherry Coenen.
Cast: Laura Mugridge,Shireen Mula, Josh Clarke, Stephanie Leigh Rose and Amelia De-Felice.
The Mystery of the Camberwell Beauty
The Mystery of the Camberwell Beauty

Image by Jody Kingzett
Written and directed by by Amelia De-Felice.
Cast: Genie Kominsky, Hannah Cheetham and Caitlin Wood.
Fabrication by Charlie Kelly.
Produced by Exquisite Folly Theatre and Theatre Deli for Southwark Council.
Don Quixote - A Knight on a Bike!
Summer 2019
Cast: Ceri Gifford, Hannah Cheetham, Adam Langstaff, Caitlin Wood.
Directed and adapted by Amelia De-Felice.
Music by tom Ashbourne
Fabrication by Charlie Kelly
prodcued by EFT and Marina Kroyer for Bikeminded.
Artwork by Harry Taylor
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol on bikes!
Scrooge: Simon Kane, Spirits: Josephine Arden, Marley: Amelia De-Felice
Adapted by Amelia De-Felice
Fabrication by Charlie Kelly, Images and Film by Tristan Bell
Presented by Exquisite Folly and Bikeminded
The Adventures of Santa Claus
Currently in Development. The show is an ASC friendly adaptation of L Frank Baum's story: The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus.

Original R&D team included: Josephine Arden, Laura Mugridge, Neil Frost and Nathalie Gibbs.

Adapted by Amelia De-Felice, designed by Ben Wallace and images by John O'Connor.
Ginger and The Alien.
Currently in development.
A play about a dad in crisis, his daughter and an unexpected visit from an unexpected visitor...

Original Cast: Guy Combes, Liam Wyatt, Nathalie Gibbs and Ffion Evans.

Written and Directed by Amelia De-Felice.
Image by Simon Spratling
The Ballad of Lord Stanley Oberwain
Autumn 2013 for Bikeminded and RBKC.

A victorian cycle-theatre lyrical ballad of lost love, family secrets and ghosts.

Written by Amelia De-Felice.
Performed by Neil Frost and Amelia De-Felice.
The Notting Hill Mystery
Autumn 2012, for Bikeminded and RBKC

A live murder mystery, ghost story piece of cycle theatre, set in the middle of the second world war.

Written by Amelia De-Felice

Devised and Performed by: Alex Clarke, John McKeever and Amelia De-Felice.
Alice in Wonderland
Summer 2012, InTransit Festival, Kensington and Chelsea.

We adapted this classic tale into a mega peice of promenade cycle-theatre that took in sites such as Bromtpn cemetary, holland Park and an ecology centre 

Adapted by Amelia De-Felice
Music by John McKeever and Vicky Andrews.
Performed by: Vicky Andrews, Alex Clarke, John McKeever, Simon Kane, Josie Hart, Adam Langstaff and Amelia De-Felice.
The Bicycle Murder
Autumn 2011 for Bikeminded and RBKC

This was our very first foray into cycle-theatre back in 2011. A victorian ghost story around eerie locations in Kensington,

Written by: Amelia De-Felice

Performed by: Ben Whitehead
Impromance
2011, Bromley Lit Fest and Ongoing.

An improvised romance novel on-stage, performed in a library!

Devised and Performed by Amelia De-Felice and James Lark.
Lady Bulgatrotsky's Circus
2005, Edinburgh Fringe, Laughing Horse.

Exquisite Folly's first ever show about the perils of being trapped in an enchanted circus...

Written and Directed by Amelia De-Felice
Performed by Jim McQuillan and Amelia De-Felice
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Ginger and The Alien.

Currently in development. A play about a dad in crisis, his daughter and an unexpected visit from an unexpected visitor... Original Cast: Guy Combes, Liam Wyatt, Nathalie Gibbs and Ffion Evans. Written and Directed by Amelia De-Felice. Image by Simon Spratling