We are all married, bound by a contract.

But what are the terms of this relationship and can we talk about divorce?

Gecko’s latest creation is inspired by the complexities of human nature; the struggle between love and anger, creation and destruction, community and isolation. In a blur of wedding dresses and contractual obligations, their extraordinary ensemble of international performers guides audiences through a dystopian world in which we are all brides, wedded to society.

Combining movement, imagery and provocative narratives into Gecko’s trademark style, The Wedding brings these contracts into question with an emotionally charged and spectacular performance.

We want to believe in our journey but where are we heading?

Is it too late to stop, to go back, to fall in love, to start again?


Tuesday 27 February, 7.30pm


£17 (£15 under 26) 

Schools £10, teachers go free!

Panel Discussion

Following the show on Tuesday 27 February, Gecko will host a panel discussion that will explore two key themes from the show – integration and social cohesion, and affecting change in the community – and give you the opportunity to share your thoughts and questions with the team. The panel will include:

Gecko Artistic Director: Amit Lahav
The Wedding performer:
Katie Lusby
Ryan Harston:
an artist from Derbyshire who has been working with Gecko on physical theatre workshops to bring together young people from a local and migrant or refugee background.


“There’s a terrific ensemble at work in a show that bursts with the joy of union.” The Guardian