2nd June 6pm
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
theatreLab presents an explosion of brand new theatre performance.
We have given theatre makers space to explore their creative ideas and a platform for their voice to be heard. This evening of original work in all stages of development promises to be an exciting and dynamic event as we watch the creatives of the future break new ground
'Take Care' is a social theatre performance created from the words of those involved in end of life care living across the country.
It explores the joy and pain of what it means to be a carer today.
Running time : 30 mins
HOLE IN MY SOCK
by Callum Lloyd
Joe is a creature of habit, but today he is stepping outside of his comfort zone to go on a date with Alice, a girl who he used to go to school with.
'Hole In My Sock' is an original piece of writing by Callum Lloyd.
Running time : 10 mins
by SOUTH WEST DANCE
Want to get away? Want to get back home?
Wish you could find a place that really felt like home?
Wherever your journey may start from, whether its travelling to somewhere across the world or making the world of difference to your everyday, this is a show that will take you through leaving, going and arriving, with all the brave to bonkers exploits of the journey.
Running time : 10 mins
WHAT YOU SAYING?
by 7or8 THEATRE COLLECTIVE
What if we could see what was going on in our heads?
What if our thoughts were animated and had personality?
What if my brain were a being, would it be me?
What You Sayin?’ explores our mind’s hidden humour, inner conflicts and utilises tight choreography, poetry and musicality to explore our individual relationships with our own mind.
Running time : 20 mins
REVIEWS FOR 7or8 THEATRE COLLECTIVE
‘One mind, and yet many voices. A constant discourse of hopes and fears, joys and sorrows, anxiety and, well, singing!’
‘The multitude of ‘voices’ that make up a day’s thinking are given human form by Charlie Cocker and Shiquerra Robertson, who bring sound, form and movement to a brain’s inner workings.’
‘The humour is superbly pitched, as both performers play out the thought processes that accompany the awkward mundanity of life…Charlie and Shiquerra display impressive comedy chops- mimicking and playing off each other with agility, timing and infectious energy.
7A Anglo Terrace