A Lost Art
Grab a pen and glimpse into a personal world of love and loss through the Lost Art of letters. 3 dancers and a beautiful soundtrack on your own individual headphones will remind you of the beauty of the handwritten word.
Palms Down is a brand new dance based theatre company founded in 2016. We aim to tell untold stories.
Presented by Palms Down, A Lost Art is a new work from developed by Felicity Kirwin.
The Inevitable Disappearance of Edward J. Neverwhere
Edward J. Neverwhere, a man made of newspaper, finds himself slowly disappearing as he loses the childhood friend who created him. Infinity presents an impossible love story that explores the part of our imagination we lose when we grow up.
Infinity Theatre tell impossible stories, set in impossible worlds.
DRINKS is an immersive theatrical experience that invites you to Laura and Dave’s housewarming drinks; they’ve finally got their foot on the property ladder and want to celebrate, even if it is a dump.
Also in attendance is their best friend Laurence but it soon becomes apparent that their friendship has changed and they're all moving in different directions. DRINKS explores the challenges of adult friendship and discusses the social pressure to settle down and build a home.
Come join the party and see things unravel!
“If we don’t treat this now, the damage will be irreversible”
Political theatre piece with world styles and original music.
‘Glaucoma’ is a devised and stylised piece by CapaTaro
In an intense exploration of youth and humanity, three
revolutionary women rebel against the establishment and
find themselves captive in a surreal minimalist prison.
Formed in 2015, CapaTaro consists of 4 World Performance graduates from East 15, who, after receiving an award from their university to create new, visceral and innovative theatre, started their journey as a dynamic, young, all-female company with a message to deliver.
☆☆☆☆☆ "An incendiary ‘call-to- arms’ of a production"
- Fading Polaroids
Using a blend of live and recorded voices, Callum recounts the
story of George Orwell’s short life through his fiercest writings on
poverty and socialism and, through the lens of these accounts,
examines the state of poverty and socialism in the modern
Callum Berridge is an actor and theatre maker living in Sheffield, UK. Orwell's Voice is his first solo show.
"This was mostly Dad's idea. I think. I can't quite remember. No heating, little water, no electricity. Lots of vegetables and warm coats."
Sandra has devoted her life to being environmentally friendly in every possible way. It's all she's ever known, after all. And it's the right thing to do.
Tonight, she's not so sure.
A unique immersive theatrical experience exploring childhood, loss and the emotional cost of trying to save the planet.
Quirk. make immersive theatre with a distinctly offbeat flavour. The Weatherman was initially developed with support from Arcola Theatre's Voices From The Future scheme.
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Chronos is a one audience member experience. You will have to to be comfortable moving through the site as an individual.
“The Queen, my Lord, is dead.” Six words that write off one of Shakespeare’s most vivid, intriguing creations. Can such an ending ever be justified?
Entita return to Basic Space festival following their celebrated world premiere last year. Fusing powerful original text with stunning visual theatre and an immersive soundtrack, Curtain'd Sleep throws Shakespeare into motion. Diving deep into the wings of Shakespeare’s worlds, staging the previously unseen to pose the question, “why do Ophelia and Lady Macbeth take their final breaths off-stage?”
"Perfectly demonstrates the magic of movement, space and storytelling working together, in a haunting and beautiful reworking of Shakespeare" ★★★★ ThriftyTheatre