[Cancelled] Tales from the Smog

Dates and Times

Tue 28 Apr - Sat 2 May 2020 at 9pm (BSL interpreted performance on Thu 30 Apr)

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Ticket information

£12/£10 (concession)

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Presented by Scott Turnbull

Time is running out for Detective Charlie SMOG. As he falls from the Swallow Hotel in Stockton High Street he considers love, life and whether he left £4.50 out for the window cleaner. Meanwhile, down below in Teesside 2049 a supernatural fog has descended and things are getting weird. Even weirder than usual… 

Twin Peaks meets The League of Gentlemen inTales from The SMOG, an absurd, sci-fi comedy-noir with live animation and spooky stories. And a multi-dimensional alien invasion that will make your eyes water and your nose bleed.  

Reviews

Teesside Surreal is A Thing. Scott Turnbull is its king”North East Reviews.

CONTENT TO CONSIDER

This performance contains mild and comic violence.

HEALTH WARNINGS

The company don’t believe there is any health warnings in this performance.

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About the company

Scott Turnbull is an Associate Artist at ARC in Stockton. He graduated from LIPA in 2009 after winning The Connexions Young Adult Achiever Award. In 2011  he won The Journal’s North East Actor of the Year award, for John Retallack’s adaptation of Apples and was voted ‘one to watch’ by the Observer

He has since worked extensively at Northern Stage and is a member of the Greyscale Theatre Company. He enjoys Saxophone and hang-gliding. 

Scott wrote his debut one-man show – Where Do All the Dead Pigeons Go? – with Ed Gaughan in 2016.  

“Witty and wonderfully weird” – ★★★★ Three Weeks  

“Extraordinarily moving” – What’s On Stage  

‘A bit Mighty Boosh, a bit Red Dwarf’ – ★★★ Fest Mag 

Ed is an award-winning comedian and writer whose Directing credits include Milton Jones, Josie Long, Pappy’s, Will Adamsdale and SpyMonkey.

Together they create interactive, funny and thoughtful shows with felt tip pens and overhead projectors. 

www.smoghouse.co.uk | Twitter : @PigeonKid2000 | Instagram: @smogdog2000 

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