Quietly Spoken Chaos

Dates and Times

Tue 15 - Wed 16 Oct 2019 at 7.15pm

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Ticket information

£12/£10 (concession)

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Presented by Grace Gibson

Inspired by a personal catastrophe,  Quietly Spoken Chaos  is a new show about holding it together. Created by theatre-maker Grace Gibson, this piece blends music with movement and performance to playfully look at England’s “stiff upper-lip” and what can happen when we avoid saying how we really feel.  

After a New York transfer of How to Drown a Fish (**** Broadway Baby ), originally created as a part of CPT’S Starting Blocks, Grace returns to CPT to premiere her second show and to get things off of her chest.  

Show contains conversations involving blood. 

Supported by Arts Council England, Tank Theatre NYC, Theatre Deli, Young Vic, ARC Stockton, Shoreditch Town Hall and CPT. 

About the artist

Grace Gibson is a theatre-maker based in London. She is an Associate Artist of award-winning theatre collective groupwork, and most recently performed in The Afflicted (Summerhall). Last year her solo show How to Drown a Fish toured nationally and later transferring to New York. She directed Within Reach (Young Vic, Taking Part) and was the Associate Director of See Me Now, which was performed as a part of the British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2017.

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