Dates and Times
Saturday 2nd October at 7:30pm
*The Megan Show is a relaxed performance*
Part of our Shape Of Things To Come night: featuring eye-catching works-in-progress alongside short but perfectly formed new shows. Click here to view the full line-up.
Take advantage of our double-bill ticket offer (2 shows on one night for £12). Simply add the tickets for each Shape of Things to Come show into your basket and we’ll do the rest.
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In any Sprint festival, there’s a dizzying mix of the brand new, the hot-off-the-press and the not-yet-finished, coming at you in all shapes and sizes. Our ‘Shape of Things to Come’ nights feature eye-catching works-in-progress alongside short but perfectly formed new shows. Put ‘em together in a triple-bill, and you get a Saturday night to remember: three artists, three performances, and blazing new ideas taking shape before your eyes.
Presented by Second Circle Theatre
“I just wanted to show you that life was going to carry on as normal, it wasn’t going to be any chaos or upset or anything like that… and I look back now and I just feel cross with myself for thinking I could do it in a non-hurtful way. In a way that you weren’t going to be damaged..”
Flora and her sister Megan are making a show. It’s about their family. They’re scared of what you might think but they’re doing it anyway. Megan’s language hasn’t evolved like everyone else’s. So Flora decides to investigate and re-stage their parent’s divorce in order to help Megan get unstuck. Join them on a journey of bravery, self-discovery and fairy houses by the sea. Audiences should expect matching outfits, elaborate dance routines and the power of sisterhood – picking you up when you fall.
Combining storytelling, movement and projection this work-in-progress performance examines what our parents mean to us and how this support structure shapes the people we are today. It explores the importance of family, the challenges of self-expression in a neurotypical world and the many ways in which we experience loss.
Supported by Arts Council England, Cambridge Junction, TheatreDeli and Poplar Union.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This performance contains mild references to alcoholism.
The company don’t believe there is any health warnings in this performance.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing [email protected]
About the company
Second Circle Theatre is a female-led company creating shows in unique and intimate spaces. We make work about the people we care about, challenging what a night at the theatre should look like.
Previous work includes Meeting at 33, a verbatim show set in an alcohol recovery meeting.
Twitter: @SecondCircle_ | #FloraAndMegan