Big Bang Sprint #1

Dates and Times

Mon 11 March 2019 at 7.30pm

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Ticket information

£12/10 (conc.)

Book Tickets

Part of Sprint Festival 2019, CPT’s annual festival of adventurous new performance, running Tuesday 5 – Sunday 24 March.

Make the most of our Season Pass and book tickets for three different shows to receive a 10% discount.  Simply add the tickets for the shows into your basket and we’ll do the rest.

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.

The line-up:

Watch by Disposable Cultures
Joe is scared of time. He spends it by following his daily routine religiously, in an attempt to stop it slipping through his fingers. He’s afraid of interacting with the outside world, so he doesn’t leave his house. Watch is a multimedia piece on human alienation. Set in a dystopian future, it explores the human condition of being observed and manipulated by the future of modern day society.

Pseudo by Katarina Rankovic
“A fictional character occupies my voice and face for ten minutes, and hurriedly tries to persuade you that she is entirely autonomous and authentically person-ful in her own right. What is the life of a fictional character, and do you care?”

Few Words by Jessi Clayton and Amy Terry
An attempt at an adaptation of Kathy Acker’s Great Expectations. Expect queer women being displaced. Not that they’re ever placed. Expect women trying to find space. Expect women questioning whether they are queer, whether they are women, and whether they will ever be home.

Shades of Mediocrity by Good Friends For A Lifetime
Lily and Maeve are just like Simon & Garfunkel. Except they can’t write songs or play guitar. This is a show about being a woman artist and making art with your friends.

Image credit (c) Sophie le Roux

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