Dates and Times
Thu 21 March 2019 at 7pm
Part of Sprint Festival 2019, CPT’s annual festival of adventurous new performance, running Tuesday 5 – Sunday 24 March.
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Presented by Tom Adams
Tom Adams wants to explore the nature of chance and control, free will, body and mind, learning and life experience and thanks you in advance for reading this far.
This is a first work in progress showing of concept where he will musically improvise with a new musical collaborator each night, alongside him reading from an audience chosen selection of essays Tom wrote when he was twenty-one. There will be audience interactive games, telling him and his new collaborator what to do musically.
If you have got this far, thank you. There will also be a theme of ‘being overwhelmed by life’ and wondering what happens now. It might appeal to students or just people who feel submerged by life. Life lessons will be learned.
From the maker of Still Score and Elephant and Castle.
About the company
Tom Adams is a performer and composer whose productions include Elephant and Castle in collaboration with Lillian Henley (1927 Theatre Company) and Kirsty Housley (Complicite), The Apollo 11 Campervan in collaboration with Andrew Glester (Physics World) and Still Score. His next commission is with ARC Theatre and Dan Scott involving a 30 foot wooden fishing boat and turning it into a theatre.