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Can I Start Again Please
- Written by: Sue MacLaine
Sue MacLaine's contemporary performance piece about childhood trauma. Parallel narratives are told in the parallel languages of spoken English and British Sign Language.
Hetain Patel: American Man (Preview)
Visual artist and performance maker Hetain Patel returns with his fifth show for the stage. Following his critically acclaimed 'American Boy'. 'American Man' imagines a not too distant future where celebrity power and political correctness have reached new heights; where Barack Obama's post Presidential job is the new…
Igor and Moreno: Idiot-Syncrasy
An energetic performance inspired by Sardinian and Basque folk traditions, involving two radically different, though physically similar, performers, accompanied by a hypnotic soundtrack.
James Veitch: Dot Con
Suspicious emails: un-claimed insurance bonds, diamond-encrusted safety deposit boxes, close friends marooned in a foreign country. They pop-up in our inbox and standard procedure is to delete on sight. But what happens when you reply? James Veitch has spent the past year responding to as many scam emails as he can.
Mavis Sparkle goes in search of nature's biggest light show armed mostly with a mop bucket, tea and a hedgehog.
Reckless Sleepers: Negative Space
To begin, Reckless Sleepers built a room-sized wooden frame and lined it with plasterboard. For several weeks they started smashing it up, smashing it down, then piecing together the fragments of their destruction back together. The result is this show, Negative Space. From a blank architectural canvas, something…
Theatre 42: Nothing Is Coming, The Pixels Are Huge
In this uncanny graveyard of pixelated memories, this imagined future seems all too close for comfort Using two projectors and 250 cardboard boxes, five actors construct and play out fragments of 1,000 different lives. Rummaging through the building blocks of their existence, they recall and recreate them with the only…
Tue 25 Oct
£5–£8 / 01524 594151
Turned On Its Head: Sponge
Roll, squeeze and pop yourself through a new malleable kind of family dance show, set to a 1970s-influenced score, perfect for babies, young children and families. 'Sponge' is about all things spongy, a child's ability to soak information up like a sponge and the squishy, squashy texture that fascinates children and…
Turned On Its Head: Sponge
Commissioned and produced by Big Imaginations. Co-commissioned by Spark Arts for children. Roll, squeeze and pop yourself through a new malleable kind of family dance show, set to a 1970s-influenced score, perfect for babies, young children and families. Sponge is about all things spongy, a child's ability to soak…
What I Learned From Johnny Bevan
- Written by: Luke Wright
A solo theatre piece which takes the form of a lyrical monologue about friendship and class, written and performed by acclaimed contemporary poet and radio regular, Luke Wright. At university the whip-smart, mercurial Johnny Bevan saves Nick but 20 years on their dreams have disintegrated… can Nick save Johnny from himself?