Dates and Times
Mon 25 Nov 2019 at 7.30pm
Featured in our Autumn 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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An explosive night of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge. Expect brand new works-in-progress, never-before-seen ideas and some of the freshest work from the UK’s most innovative and exciting theatre-makers.
PLASTICA GALACTICA by Emma Gannon and Bryony Harris
With everything on stage being plastic Bryony and Emma have collected on beach cleans, they introduce you to Eco – Girl as they embark on their biggest mission yet… saving the world…
Plastica Galactica is here to expose how important YOU are when it comes to a plastic-free life and saving our home, Planet Earth.
Image credit (c) Jose Farinha
FEMALE FRIENDS by Rachel Mariner and Hannah Jane Walker.
Friendship extends your life, improves your health and holds community together. Yet friendship can be aminefield. Rachel and Hannah have been devastated when they have lost friends and find femalefriendships tricky. In this show, they will go past the superficial stereotypes of female friendships as“bitchy, toxic and competitive” and explore deeper truths about identity, intimacy and culture.
Annus Domini 1487 by Secretariat
Heathens are looming in the east. Satan’s 1000 year reign has begun. These are the end times. ‘Tis because the women are fucking (but not fucking me). Hexenhammer explores the redpill and incel ideologies through the lens of renaissance witch-hunters Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Spengler.
BOXTICKERS by Korupt Kabuki
Becky and Lucy are ‘individuals’. Becky likes cake and parks. Lucy likes cheese and canals. Lucy is non-binary. Becky is BAME. Becky and Lucy are BOXTICKERS. Together they explore marketing identity in a world were identity exists between the boxes.
WHITE GIRLS (WILL) KILL ME by Natasha Simone
A solo show interrogating the implicit and explicit ways in which some white feminists maintain the patriarchal and capitalist status quo.