Dates and Times
Mon 4 Nov 2019 at 7.30pm
Handle with Care: a three-week festival interrogating trigger warnings, no platforming and the culture of the so-called ‘snowflake’
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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.
The line up:
Hexenhammer by Secretariat
Hexenhammer is a semi-light hearted examination of the redpill and incel online communities and ideologies through the lens of real historical figures Heinrich Kramer, renaissance witch-hunter and author of the Hammer of Witches, and Jacob Spengler, alleged co-author, friar and inquisitor.
Make/Shift by In The Works
Make/Shift is a story of found family and the socio-economic struggles of a generation that was promised the universe, but was gifted a broken world.
How To Beat Up Your Dad (The Musical) by Caravan Guys
This is not a musical nor is it instructions on how to beat up your dad. I don’t know your dad he might be really hard. old through a cocktail of performance, spoken word, music and storytelling, How To Beat Up Your Dad (The Musical) is a dark comedy about masculinity and all the wrong ways to solve your problems.
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.