Dates and Times
Sun 6 - Mon 7 Oct 2019 at 5.30pm (Sunday) & 7.15pm (Monday)
Featured in our Autumn 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Presented by Tale Be Told Theatre
On Hold is a take on the housing crisis from the viewpoint of families living in temporary accommodation.
This intimate show – brought to CPT as part of The One Festival of Homeless Arts, and performed in the round – combines personal accounts from the cast with verbatim testimony from families living in temporary accommodation. These are broken up by moments of clowning & surrealism, echoing the ridiculous hoops families must go through as they have their lives put ‘on hold’.
This darkly comic play lifts the lid on what it means not to have a home to call your own. It reveals the human truth behind the statistics of the housing crisis.
Created using Arts Council England funding
Age rating: 16+
About the company
Tale Be Told Theatre use interactive theatre to highlight social issues, tackling the stories of people and communities in crisis, providing a platform for human truth behind brutal statistics. Our work is shaped by and for communities and we strive to create experiences that are accessible to all.
The One Festival of Homeless Arts brings together works of art in many forms, from theatre and film
to sculpture and photography, all of which have been created by artists who are or have been