St Anne's Arts & Community Centre

St Anne's Arts & Community Centre
Paternoster Row, Barnstaple, North Devon, EX31 1BH
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Broken

Welcome to Alice’s ongoing quest to “feel a little less sad”. Through the medium of stand-up, she will reveal all the various (and often ridiculous) methods she has used to drag herself through life thus far, in light of her feelings of depression.

Thu 29 Jun

£4–£6

Fri 30 Jun

£4–£6

Sat 1 Jul

£4–£6

The Grown-Up's Guide To Growing Up

After lifelong dedication to research, analysis of data, multiple dependable sources and reflection of first-hand experience we have come to the conclusion that we have yet to grow up. In fact, we believe it to be a small wonder that we've managed to survive for nearly 30 years at all. Everyone else has it…

Thu 29 Jun

£4–£6

Sat 1 Jul

£4–£6

Sun 2 Jul

£4–£6

It's My Funeral And I'll Throw Glitter If I Want To

After a (tiny) mental breakdown, Isobel has decided to take her upcoming death into her own hands and throw her own funeral! An intimate look at mental illness and the fear of dying alone, but in like, an uplifting, funny way.

Fri 30 Jun

£4–£6

Sat 1 Jul

£4–£6

Sun 2 Jul

£4–£6

Remedies - A Ballad Of Broken Britain

Brexit, benefits, broken homes and viagra are only a few of the issues examined in this new original play by Matt Roberts. Set within the four walls of a local pharmacy, this one room situation comedy/drama features two opinionated, strong-willed and polarised members of staff. As they witness the ailments and…

Thu 29 Jun

£4–£6

Fri 30 Jun

£4–£6

Sat 1 Jul

£4–£6

Sleeping Beauty

A theatrical and poetic re-imagining of a fairy tale that explores the themes of identity, intimacy and longing. The mysterious logic of Beauty's dream gives a unique view of the struggle between the visceral and the cerebral aspects of the self.

Thu 29 Jun

£4–£6

Sat 1 Jul

£4–£6

Sun 2 Jul

£4–£6

Wicked Old Sod - The Resurrection

The Watcher on the boundary. The Rebel. The Fool.The crazy old bag sitting next to you on the bus. Wicked is the dark dream of our broken hearts demanding to be reclaimed. Join her on her resurrection journey as she attempts to make sense of her travails through time and space.

Fri 30 Jun

£4–£6

Sat 1 Jul

£4–£6

Sun 2 Jul

£4–£6

Witch

Witch, written by Tracey Norman, focuses on the social history surrounding witch trials and a how a woman might become accused of being a witch in the early Elizabethan period. While the story itself is a fiction, it was heavily influenced by actual trial transcripts and everything which takes place in the play did in…

Fri 30 Jun

£4–£6

Sat 1 Jul

£4–£6

Sun 2 Jul

£4–£6

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