Several individual acts from The Animated Blake are particularly suited to being performed separately in other contexts.
Blake's most famous poem, set to music by Jah Wobble, is illustrated by glow-ball juggling patterns shining in the night. The capstone of the show, and a true crowd-pleaser.
A Poison Tree
This routine is a completely new take on the old eat-the-apple standard juggling trick. Jealousy leads to a ruinous end. William Blake's poem is set to dramatically powerful music by Mike Westbrook.
The Everlasting Gospel
A rant by Blake against the established church concerning the true nature of Jesus's gospel. Preached by James Jay while he swings smoking incense burners. Not for all audiences, but a great number for open-minded urban art-house crowds.
Love and Harmony
This poem and several others like it, showing the sweet side of William Blake, are great for weddings and other joyful occaisions.