Dates and Times
Tuesday 28th September at 7:15pm
“A vital, nourishing seedbed for bold, new and emerging artists” – The Stage
Sprint is CPT’s annual festival of new and unusual theatre. Even more than elsewhere in our calendar, we throw open our doors – and our stages – to artists at the dawn of their careers, making brand new cutting-edge work. Click here to view the full line up.
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Presented by Maz Hedgehog
Let Me Count the Ways is a spoken word show about intimacy, boundaries and healing. It looks at how love – of others and of self – can help us face the difficult, complicated mess of life. Featuring sapphic witches getting day drunk in summer and queer femmes swapping highlighters, this show – written and performed by Maz Hedgehog and directed by Faye Draper – moves between rage and joy, sorrow and peace to ask: How do I love me? Let me count the ways.
First shown at the Hope Mill Theatre
Directed by Faye Draper
Music by Alpha Twang & Voiceover by Will Ijebor
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This performance contains references to self-harm.
The company don’t believe there are any health warnings in this performance.
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About the company
Maz Hedgehog is a poet and performer based in Manchester. She’s worked with organisations like Penguin and Blue Peter and performed at events from Edinburgh to Brighton. Fond of fairies and theatrics, Maz’s work is imaginative, lyrical and occasionally a little surreal.