Dates and Times

Mon 25 March 2019 at 7.30pm

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Featured in our Spring 2019 programme. Browse the full season here

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.

Presented by Barrel Organ

LIVE is back. A scratch night curated by Barrel Organ; presenting experimental and non-traditional work from under-represented artists that specifically acknowledges the presence of the audience and plays with the ‘liveness’ of theatre.

Expect a night of bold, experimental and uncompromising work that tackles a wide range of issues, agendas, and ideas.

Previous nights have included work from Ellie Stamp; Council XI; Jules Orcullo; Claire Gaydon; YESYESNONO (Total Award Winner’s 2017 with 5 Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist); This Noise; Joseph Morgan-Schofield; and many more!

The line up:

Siapa Yang Bawa Melayu Aku Pergi? (Who Took My Malay Away?) by Royong
A Malay man has come to teach the people about Jawi, the Arabic script that was previously used by his Malay people, as he laments the loss that of his culture and identity as a Malay.

Sam (working title) by Ross Hunter
With the help of an audience, can a playful approach to history help a grandson get to know the family he’s never met?

Things We Leave Behind by Simon Panayi
A show about thawingly human moments and our unthinkable, cascading global impact.

Shame Spiral Joyride by Joanna Greaney
Shame Spiral Joyride is a one-woman cabaret musical lecture party written and performed by Joanna Greaney about her shameful life as a bisexual, Irish, Catholic (of course) woman and how she survived – with the aid of song, dance and her therapist.

About the company

Barrel Organ is a UK-based touring company founded in the West Midlands that works collaboratively to create politically engaged theatre. We are proud to be associate artists at Camden People’s Theatre.

Our style is inherently, self-consciously theatrical. We draw attention to the context of theatre and highlight the audiences’ relationship to their surroundings. We create pieces that engage with the audience and ask them to interrogate various aspects of twenty-first-century culture.   | Twitter: @Barrel_Organ | Instagram: barrelorgantheatre | #LIVE10

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