Strolling Bones

A frighteningly effective way of bringing original spooky fun to your audiences. Great for Halloween - but also other events where you want to create a sense of mischief.


Strolling Bones is a fun, walkabout performance from award-winning outdoor arts company Walk the Plank that gives any location an unexpected surprise and lots of spooky mayhem…perfect for Halloween, Day of the Dead, ghost tours or other themed events.

Surprising, slightly bonkers, and hugely social media-friendly, Strolling Bones always wows the crowds. Featuring up to 10 ‘skellie’ dancing puppets, Unicyclists and stilt walkers, the performance can be scaled-up, depending on your budget, to include a live band, a flash mob style ‘Thriller’ dance and a series of random pop-up moments. Each performance lasts approximately 30-40 minutes and can be performed up to 3 times a day/evening.

The basic troupe of walkabout ‘skellies’ can be enhanced with extras:

  • Small procession/parade
  • Flash mob dance routine/music/local band
  • Community engagement in elements of the show

Available to hire for the afternoon/evening, Strolling Bones is a highly flexible and site-adaptive show that can be tailored to a specific location and audience – and, of course, your budget. 

Wherever it’s staged, it’s a real crowd-pleaser that gets everyone young and old smiling, dancing and sharing on social media.

Booking now for 2020.    Starting from £6,000 + VAT, plus travel and accommodation, if required.

For more information or to book please contact Billie Klinger on 07774 213362

billie.klinger@walktheplank.co.uk

Film produced by Triple Dot Makers

“Strolling Bones was a runaway success during its debut as part of ‘Halloween in the City’ in 2018 – all thanks to its simplicity and the way people of all ages were drawn to these incredibly interactive skeletons in the most unlikely of locations.  We booked them again immediately for 2019.” 

Gary Williams, CityCo Manchester

Project Specification
Event
Celebrations
Project Scale
Small
Creative Content
Parades and processions
Site responsive performance