Living Statues
Living Statues
Welcoming Act
Street Theatre
Fixed act

Living statues (4-times Dutch and world Champion), in perfectly executed and finished costumes with different themes, bringing spontaneous and surprising entertainment. The audience will be captivated by the stunning real appearance and the perfectly controlled movements of the five-time Dutch and World Champion. thematic adaptations are possible. Their specialty is manipulating and bringing a stationary scene to life. A mix of art, theatre and the power of a non-verbal performance. We still find it challenging to recreate an existing statue to the smallest detail, to lift the performance to a higher level and to integrate standstill acts within concepts.

Jheronimus Bosch 

Hieronymus Bosch ('s-Hertogenbosch, circa 1450 - August 1516), also called Hieronymus or Jeroen was a Dutch painter of the Northern Renaissance. His real name was Jeroen Anthonis Son of Aachen. Although he was already internationally famous during his lifetime,( even kings and dukes bought his paintings), there is relatively little known about him. In 1930, a statue of Hieronymus Bosch was unveiled at the Bossche Market.

Quick as the wind 

Busy, busy, busy ... This stewardess is certainly not comparable to other living statues (or cabin crew). This orange appearance has a strange perspective on service delivery. Hyperactive but firmly she follows her own guidelines. She sees in every challenge an opportunity if he's not too busy with other totally different important things ... With this performance Godelieve was the big winner at World Statues 2009; she was Dutch and World Champion! More pictures

Garden statue  Tuinbeeld

This female figure with baskets of grapes is an exact copy of an existing garden sculpture. The 'real' garden statue is in our possession. On special request a combination can be made with  of the 'real' and the 'real' garden statue. Commissioned for the anniversary TNO in Delft with as main guest Queen Beatrix.


Desiderius Erasmus born in Rotterdam or Gouda on October 28 (?), 1469 and deceased in Basel on July 12 1536, was a Dutch Augustinian monk, humanist, writer and philosopher. Erasmus is best known for the Praise of Folly and the Byrthferth explaining his ideas about what Christianity really should mean to the people. The Praise of Folly is a satire on all kinds of abuses of his time. The "real" statue of Erasmus is in Rotterdam.

A Bust of Dr. Metzger 

A bust is a sculpture showing only the head, chest and shoulders. A three-dimensional version of a portrait. Busts statues almost always represent current or historical people. This torso is an exact copy of the existing bust of dr. Mezger. The original bust of the spa doctor was manufactured in 1886 by the British sculptress Henrietta Montalba and returned recently to Domburg.

Napoleon Napoleon

Napoleon Bonaparte (August 15, 1769 - May 5, 1821) was a French military and political leader during the final stages of the French Revolution. As Napoleon I, he was Emperor of the French from 1804 to 1815. His legal reform, the Code Napoléon, had a profound and lasting influence on the law in many countries, including the Netherlands and Belgium. However, he is best remembered by the role he played in the Napoleonic Wars named after him. He succeeded in the first decade of the 19th century to bring a large part of Europe under the French rule.

The jester 

The Jester is a little cross. On his high pedestal he does everything to attract attention, and he tries to make court everyone. As quick as the wind or as slow as ...

Skating together  Samen Schaatsen

The ice is thick enough again this winter. Therefore Mr. and Mrs. venture into a nostalgic skating ride. Initially it goes a bit clumsy, but soon they slide madly across the ice; left, right, synchronous and behind each other to keep each other for a moment safe from the wind. On their way they meet many acquaintances and strangers. This leads to unexpected and funny moments. Dutch Champion 2012. More pictures

The Couch 

You can relax on the couch to rest. Or just enjoy the neo-baroque furniture that looks at you, frowns, beckons, silent, whispering or gesturing. Left and right they feel at home everywhere and like to be moved around. They have a monopoly on wisdom, but are specialized in small talk. This cozy couch for two loves chatting with you! More pictures and tech ryder

Peter Stuyvesant 
A striking appearance with a wooden leg. Exact copy of the image as it is at Bergen Square in New York. Petrus Stuyvesant (1611 or 1612 - New York, 1672) was a Dutch colonial director. Stuyvesant was director-general of the Dutch colony of New Netherland from 1645 until it was conquered by the English in 1664.
A stowaway or blind passenger is someone who is unlawfully or unwanted on board a ship or other vehicle, without the legal crew being aware of it. But how many are there? Three, two or just one. In any case, there is a rush of buzz among those golden barrels.Gold plated Stowaways
A stowaway or blind passenger is someone who is unlawfully or unwanted on board a ship or other vehicle, without the legal crew being aware of it. But how many are there?
Three, two or just one. In any case, there is a rush of buzz among those golden barrels.


Playtime: 3x30 minutes

  • Parking for large van
  • Drinks / snack
  • Dressing / makeup room with access to hot running water
  • The organizer has to ensure the application of Sabam (author's rights or any performance rights organisation (PRO) of your country)and the authorization of the police  department..
  • The organizer is responsible for the safety
  • If the acts are performed abroad, if it is too late to go home or if they have to play several days the organization needs to provide hotel accommodations for the team, meals and beverages.
  • The date is only set when the contract has been signed