Quirky Bird Theatre presents
That Face
by Polly Stenham

23rd May
7.30pm (2pm matinee0


Quirky Bird Theatre presents
That Face
by Polly Stenham

23rd May - 7.30pm (2pm matinee0

£11.50
Concessions: £9.50

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That Face tells the story of a family.

Mia is at boarding school. She has access to drugs. They are Martha's. Henry is preparing for art college. He has access to alcohol. From Martha. Martha controls their lives. Martha is their mother.

Quirky Bird Theatre bring Polly Stenham's searing debut 'That Face' back to the Alma, after launching their national tour here over a year ago.

Originally produced at the Royal Court in 2007 it received outstanding reviews and was nominated for several awards. Polly Stenham received both the Charles Wintour Award 2007 and the Critics Circle award 2008 for most Promising Playwright.

'Remarkably confident and exuberantly theatrical. Crammed with ferocious cruelty and pitch-black humour' The Times

Quirky Bird Theatre previously presented Stenham's second play Tusk Tusk which won seven awards at the All England Theatre Festival 2016. Awards included Best Young Actor, Best Director and Best Play. Their work has been described as 'flawless, innovative and full of creativity'.

This production has been rescheduled from the March dates, due to the snow.

Ticket prices include a £1 admin charge.



http://www.quirkybirdtheatre.com/

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  MoonDog Productions presents
And Then They Came For Me
by James Still

24th - 26th May
8.00pm


MoonDog Productions presents
And Then They Came For Me
by James Still

24th - 26th May - 8.00pm

£11.00
Concessions: £9.00

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‘…one of the most important events I have seen…’ Damian Todres, Wells Cathedral School

‘…it was stunning and has left an incredible impression on me. I've been to Auschwitz twice and to Anne Frank's house twice too and yet your production added a new layer of emotion and connection to those unimaginable events.’   Peter Kyle, MP Hove & Portslade

And Then They Came for Me is a unique experience…a multimedia play that combines videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Eva Schloss and Ed Silverberg with live actors recreating scenes from their lives as teenagers during WW ll.

Ed was Anne Frank’s first boyfriend.  Eva was the same age and lived across from Anne in Amsterdam until she and her family were arrested by the Nazis and sent to concentration camps. More than 1.25 million people were killed in Auschwitz-Birkenau where Eva and her family were sent.

Suitable for age 11 to 111!

Part oral history, part drama action, part remembrance, this play brings to life what happened after The Diary of Anne Frank ends. The ensemble-driven play breaks new ground and has been acclaimed by audiences and critics in world-wide productions.

‘After the war, people said it would never happen again, and people didn’t want to talk about it—it was something that happened, let’s forget about it, now we live in a different life. What’s happening now in Bosnia and what’s happening in many other places…we’re still doing the same thing and again the world just looks on.’  -Eva Schloss

 IF YOU DIDN’T SEE IT THE FIRST TIME, THE MOVING AND EXCELLENT MULITMEDIA PLAY IS BACK! AND IF YOU DID SEE IT, COME AGAIN AND BRING FRIENDS!

Tickets include a £1 admin charge



http://www.moondogproductions.co.uk

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  The Little Things Theatre presents
A Dog's Brexit
by Josie Hunt

28th May
3pm & 6pm


The Little Things Theatre presents
A Dog's Brexit
by Josie Hunt

28th May - 3pm & 6pm

£8.00
Concessions: £5.00

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Have you heard of this curious word?
This word Brexit, it’s really absurd.
Perhaps you’ve heard it in conversations,
On Facebook, TV or radio stations.
It sounds pretty nonsense, we don’t understand,
I can try to explain, but I might need a hand.
Quite simply. It’s British and exit as one.
British. Exit. Brexit. Done?
Maybe it’s simpler to show you a land far away,
Bowwow Town where the dogs like to play…

A Dog’s Brexit is a Dr Seuss meets Animal Farm-esque portrayal of Britain’s exit from the EU, filled with dogs, rhyme, songs and non-biased explanations that aim to speak directly to children.

This play is an opportunity to re-live the events that led to Britain leaving the European Union, in a light-hearted and pun-filled way! The Little Things aim to stay neutral in the argument, presenting a variety of views, offering children and their families the opportunity to reflect without necessarily having to 'pick a side’

The dogs of Bowwow Town are all part of the BU, aka the Bowwow Union. The kennels trade and dogs move from kennel to kennel, but this luxury comes at a price: a lot of doggie-dollar and BU rules to deal with. And so the day comes when some British Bulldogs decide they want to leave the BU. In an attempt to be re-elected, the Top Dog announces a BU ruf-erendum, where the British Bulldogs must vote in or out. And so the campaigns begin!

Join Barney Bulldog and his family, as they squabble and disagree about which way to vote, in a Dog-Eat-Dog world where the news and media is an unavoidable influence…

Recommended age 7+

Please ring the Alma on 0117 973 5171 to get family tickets (£21 family of 4 / £26  family of 5)

All tickets include a £1 admin charge



http://www.thelittlethingstheatre.co.uk

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  Dom Pipkin presents
Smokin' Boogie
by Dom Pipkin

5th June
8pm


Dom Pipkin presents
Smokin' Boogie
by Dom Pipkin

5th June - 8pm

£12.00

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One of Europe’s most authentic and spirited blues and jazz piano players, Dom Pipkin brings his acclaimed one man show on the road with a rollercoaster ride through the rich world of New Orleans, featuring astonishing stories and some truly breathtaking piano.  

Brothels and barrelhouses, love, sex and tragedy, chasing the ‘rushin’ lady’.  Voodoo spells and Mardi Gras Queens, the colourful lives of Jelly Roll Morton, Professor Longhair and the drug-fuelled funk and psychedelia of Dr John & James Booker are conjured up in all their rawest setting; a man, a piano, a glass of bourbon and panama hat. 

Pipkin has performed extensively in New Orleans, and shared stages with international icons Allen Toussaint, Dr John, and Screamin’ Jay Hawkins.  His experiences are real and resonating.   His work has ranged from teaching Jonathan Ross the piano to privately entertaining the film director Stanley Kubrick.  He's recorded and toured with Paul Weller, Paloma Faith, Ray Davis, Morcheeba, David Byrne, Guy Barker, Ella Eyre, John Newman, Pee Wee Ellis  and Laura Mvula; and is in constant demand on the capital’s club scene. So come and join him in the intimate Alma Theatre as he recounts his tales, and plays you sweet Jazz and Blues.

Running time 2hrs 15

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http://www.dompipkin.co.uk

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  Words Incite Deeds presents
A Broad Abroad & I am Ross Smith
by Emily Ferrier & Ross Smith

8th & 9th June
8pm


Words Incite Deeds presents
A Broad Abroad & I am Ross Smith
by Emily Ferrier & Ross Smith

8th & 9th June - 8pm

£11.00
Concessions: £9.00

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A Broad Abroad

The international, internet, interdependent relationship of two creative Canadian sisters living in The USA and the UK today. Half the cast is onstage in front of you, the other half is brought to you via the magic of the internet Via FaceTime. WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE. 

Incorporating today's incredible forms of communication and told through stand-up, sketches and physical theatre, A Board Abroad challenges the way we view theatre in our technologically advanced world, and the way we relate to one another today.

I am Ross Smith

Ross Smith’s Journey to the top spirals out of control when a group of lad’s he has never met invite him for a weekend in Hamburg because he shares the name of their flaky friend. Anything could happen, maybe nothing will. But saying no isn’t an option.





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  The Dot Collective presents
Brainville at Night
by Alexander Moschos

12th & 13th June
8pm


The Dot Collective presents
Brainville at Night
by Alexander Moschos

12th & 13th June - 8pm

£12.00
Concessions: £10.00

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Step into the belly of the Blue Whale, where the dancers are hot and the music is cool. You’re handed a drink sent over by a mysterious woman at the end of the bar and she invites you to take a trip on her own unique rollercoaster.

Brainville at Night is a stylish and involving adventure into the film noir-ish world of Ingrid’s memories and imagination. So what if the doctors tell her that she lacks insight and the ability to empathise? Nothing is going to stop Ingrid. Labels like "fronto-temporal dementia" never meant anything to her anyway. Whatever happens, she carries the love, excitement and romance of her life within her.
 
Brainville at Night is a new play written by former carer and award winning Swedish playwright Alexander Moschos. Alexander was interested in exploring what most people don’t think about when they hear the term ‘dementia’, the spirituality of it and what happens to positive emotions and feelings. It’s a stylish and involving adventure into the film noir-ish world of Ingrid’s memories and imagination.

The Dot Collective is delighted to bring their acclaimed production of Brainville At Night to on a regional tour following a sell-out run at the Old Red Lion Theatre 2014. Featuring music, movement, projection and a fantastic ensemble cast, Brainville At Night is the most original love story you will see this year. Directed by Off West End award winner 2017, Matthew Parker (Artistic director of The Hope Theatre, London) with an ensemble cast.

‘A brave, positive work about dementia’ – The Guardian


“tremendously powerful and heartfelt…. Hugely uplifting” ****Female Arts

“An emotional and thought provoking piece of theatre. Highly entertaining”****
 
“An intriguing production with an impressive cast”
**** UK Theatre Network

“Excellent”
**** Everything Theatre


http://www.thedotcollective.com

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  TICTAC Theatre presents
Nature Knows Best
by Nick Discombe

14th - 16th June
8pm


TICTAC Theatre presents
Nature Knows Best
by Nick Discombe

14th - 16th June - 8pm

£9.00
Concessions: £7.00

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This compilation of three short comedy plays, written by Devonshire playwright Nick Discombe, portray a day in the life of three different animal couplings.

In Sheep Mount an ewe and a ram escape their depressing lives on an enclosed farm in Devon, to roam free on Dartmoor. The defiant ewe, Zoe, hopes to rescue her relationship with her ram, Wayne despite his roving eye. And Wayne is happy to oblige after many horrid scientific treatments from the farmer.

Sea Gull Heaven gives us a look into the life of two gulls that have been living out their days at a tip where there are easy pickings for food. But due to city dangers and a wasteful life they wish to get back to nature, so fly to the coasts of Dawlish where they aim to cleanse their spirits.

Seahorse Ride changes our perceptions as we see conventional roles within a relationship switch. The male of the species carries the children and gives birth to them and he is not all too happy about it.

The performance that runs at approximately 1 hour.

TICTAC Theatre, using interchangeable set and props and physical theatre skill, perform each play in turn, portraying these animals as we recognise them, whilst in a way that’s very human so audience's can relate to them and experience life’s relationships through natures eyes.

Directed by Jacquie Crago; voice coach for National Theatre productions ‘One Man Two Governors’ & ‘Warhorse’. An actor and director, Jacquie has also been Head of Voice at Oxford School of Drama, Voice Co-ordinator for Birmingham School of Acting and a Vocal Coach for the RSC.

REVIEWS

Simple, effective and very funny'

'Delightfully Funny'
(Buxton Fringe Reviewer & Everyman Theatre)

For the script

'Touching, modern, yet Aesop like' (National Theatre)

For TicTac Theatre:
'Brilliantly performed by TicTac Theatre'
'Physical comedy was choreographed extremely well'
'The performance was executed with precision, comedic timing and chemistry between characters'.
'They made it look effortless'  
'Absorbing performance'
By a variety of reviewers inc: Express & Echo Newspaper, Remote goat, Daily Fringe, Backseat Mafia, Africanewswire



http://www.tictactheatre.co.uk

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  Remainia Productions presents
The Anti-Brexit Love Show
by Various

19th - 23rd June
8pm


Remainia Productions presents
The Anti-Brexit Love Show
by Various

19th - 23rd June - 8pm

£11.00
Concessions: £9.00

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A satirical and sometimes silly revue some of it set to music.
Supported by Bristol for Europe

On June 24th 2016, nearly half the country woke up to the biggest collective depression since the announcement of World War 2 in 1939.  Almost a year later and they were scratching their heads in surprise at the result of a General Election that should have been in Tereasa May’s bag.

To Brexit or not to Brexit and how to Brexit has been a main theme taxing the brains of all political parties since.  It has perplexed some politicians so much that they have been heard to proclaim to the nation at large that ‘Breakfast means Breakfast’ - to the bewilderment of Leavers and Remainers alike. 

Nevertheless, it was the Remainers who felt largely overlooked in the tabloid-induced febrile atmosphere that ensued when they were decried as ‘Remoaners’ and High Court Judges were denounced as ‘Enemies of the People.’

This show came about because a group of Remoaner writers decided to have a bit of therapeutic fun by taking a satirical look at the B word and invited a bunch of very talented performers to take part in the resulting Anti-Brexit Love Show.

Enjoy!

Running time 1hr 15

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  Thereby Hangs a Tale presents
Conquistadors
by Haniel Long

27th June
8pm


Thereby Hangs a Tale presents
Conquistadors
by Haniel Long

27th June - 8pm

£8.00

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Two astonishing stories of the 16th Century Spanish invasion of the Americas as retold in the 1930s by the poet Haniel Long, and performed live for the first time.

Accompanied by original live music created for the production and played by double-bass player, Gavin Irvine, the performers include Bristol-based Argentinian actress and street dancer, Magdalena Ruiz.

‘Thought-provoking and surprising’ (Swindon Fringe audience member)
‘A bright spot in the history of man’ Henry Miller

Malinche (1939) – the Nahua woman, interpreter and lover of the conquistador, Hernan Cortes, tells her story of the bloody conquest of Mexico with insights into the exploitation of women that resonates today.

The Marvellous Adventure of Cabeza de Vaca (1936) – the conquistador narrates his epic and disastrous expedition to find gold in Florida and his amazing salvation. ‘This is the story of what men can and cannot do when they must do something or die’

All tickets include a £1 admin fee



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  Street Urchin Theatre presents
A Play about Theresa May
by Amie M. Marie & Coner Swords

29th June
8pm


Street Urchin Theatre presents
A Play about Theresa May
by Amie M. Marie & Coner Swords

29th June - 8pm

£9.50
Concessions: £6.00

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This political clowning piece, heavily inspired by Dario-Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist, focuses not only on Theresa May but her Cabinet and other politicians of note.  Taking delight in their gaffs, misconducts, and views on Brexit, A Play About Theresa May pokes fun at the established order of society and aims to re-frame political discussions while making merry with the lunacy that is 2018.
 
Street Urchin Theatre devises politically-immediate pieces, influenced by theatrical tradition but never bound by it. In this piece they use the art of clowning to express a frustration with the obscure, confused political climate and to ask the audience to look again at politics, with fresh eyes and a lighter heart.
 
Street Urchin Theatre is a new UEA/Norwich company, aiming to create vibrant performance art, stage plays, and street shows. Our aim is to bring the joy and catharsis of theatre to the widest range of people – while maintaining a high political literacy.



http://www.streeturchintheatre.com

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  Instant Wit presents
Instant Wit!
by The Improv Geniuses

28th April & 30th June
8.00pm


Instant Wit presents
Instant Wit!
by The Improv Geniuses

28th April & 30th June - 8.00pm

£10.00

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Instant Wit!  The best in improvised comedy.

Fresh and inventive, each show throws up new nuggets of hilarity crafted by a company of the highest calibre.  It's a pick-me-up tonic with unexpected twists and a dash of sauce.

There'll be sketches, songs and general silliness - and all of it based around audience suggestions.  And if you're too shy to shout anything out?  Well don't worry, you'll have the chance to write things down in the interval.  We're the ones who'll look daft, not you!

So now's the time to indulge yourself of you've always had a secret yearning to see something really bizarre on stage.  A country and western song about a musical cat flap? Julius Ceasar on a camping holiday with Cleopatra?  Well, why not? Your wish is our command.  Good suggestions get flying packets of custard, the best a bottle of wine.

Many people have seen improvised comedy on the t.v. - but remember, this is not recorded and edited, but totally live, making it trickier for the actors but more exciting for the audience.  So, if you like your comedy fast-paced and with a slightly unusual edge, this is definately for you.

We're proud to use some of the best local talent, with our performers regularly appearing at the Tobacco Factory, Theatre Royal Bath and Bristol Old Vic.

Instant Wit - a bunch of very unusual suspects who are forever on the run from the comedy police!

"These are conspicuously skilful performers - everyone is exhilarated on stage and off!" - The Guardian

 "Extremely funny, on occasion hilarious... Very clever and skilful with their improvised comedy sketches.  They got the audience involved at every oppourtunity - they even made up a song about a round of sausage sandwiches I had had for breakfast!" - Bristol Evening Post



http://www.instantwit.co.uk

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  E.A.T Company presents
Burying Your Brother in the Pavement
by Jack Thorne

3rd - 7th July
2pm & 7.30pm (in Rep.)


E.A.T Company presents
Burying Your Brother in the Pavement
by Jack Thorne

3rd - 7th July - 2pm & 7.30pm (in Rep.)

£11.00
Concessions: £9.00

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A play about grief and looking at someone that little bit more closely.

Tom’s brother Luke is dead. This has upset a lot of people but it hasn’t upset Tom. Or, rather, it has upset him, but in ways he can’t explain and other people can't understand. You see, Tom and Luke were never friends. In fact, Tom didn't really like Luke at all.

So it’s an odd decision - to try and bury Luke in the pavement of the Tunstall Estate where he was killed. But to Tom, it sort of makes sense, in a stupid-weird kind of way. As he sleeps out on the pavement, he comes across planning officials, tramps, undertakers, police officers, sisters, mothers, estate agents, ghosts, pavement elephants, sky dragons and a strange lad called Tight who wants to sell him a Travelcard.

This production is part of E.A.T's new repetoire season, which also includes A Girls Guide to Saving the World.

The matinee on the 3rd July will include a 20 minute post-show discussion

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http://www.elvinacting.com

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  E.A.T Company presents
A Girl's Guide to Saving the World
by Elinor Cook

3rd - 7th July
2pm & 7.30pm (in Rep.)


E.A.T Company presents
A Girl's Guide to Saving the World
by Elinor Cook

3rd - 7th July - 2pm & 7.30pm (in Rep.)

£11.00
Concessions: £9.00

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A frank and funny new play about friendship, feminism and what it means to be successful.
 
Jane and Bella are best friends. They’re starting a revolution. But they’re falling out of step.
 
Toby dreams of babies, buggies, and home improvement. But he can’t even father his cat.
 
And that boy keeps telling Jane to take what she wants. But what is that, exactly?
 
Three thirty-somethings attempt to make sense of their own uncertain worlds. Even if it means losing sight of each other in the process.

This production is part of E.A.T's new repetoire season, which also includes Burying Your Brother in the Pavement.

The performance on the 3rd July will include a 20 minute post-show discussion

All tickets include a £1 admin fee



http://www.elvinacting.com

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  50 Quid Productions presents
The Goat (or Who is Sylvia)
by Edward Albee

10th - 14th July
8pm


50 Quid Productions presents
The Goat (or Who is Sylvia)
by Edward Albee

10th - 14th July - 8pm

£11.00

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A middle-aged couple are rocked when Stevie discovers that Martin has been having an affair...with a goat...called Sylvia.

Martin had everything, a great career as a very successful architect, a great marriage, but is he throwing it all away? What could also be the effect on his son, Billy?

Albee delves deep into the world of taboo and what we find sexually acceptable. It leaves the audience questioning their own morals in this very thought provoking piece.

Running time 1hr 40

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  Apples and Snakes presents
Silence
by Rachel Rose Reid

18th July
8pm


Apples and Snakes presents
Silence
by Rachel Rose Reid

18th July - 8pm

£11.50
Concessions: £8.50

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In 1911 a box marked ‘Old Papers, No Value’, was discovered. Inside lay hidden a manuscript, unfolding the  Roman de Silence, an Old French story in octosyllabic verse, dated to the first half of the 13th century.

Years later, contemporary story-teller Rachel Rose Reid found the same story, hidden away on a bookshelf. Rediscovered, Reid carried ‘Silence’ with her for the following years and, after struggling with a crippling depression she knew the story was calling to give it a new life.

The narrative begins with the outline of political marriages, and chivalric romance, but we find ourselves thrown into the consequences of the King's sudden and thoughtless prohibition on women inheriting land. 

We follow the life of a heroine, Silence, who is raised as a boy to protect her future.  Brimming with gender politics, 'Silence' shines a light on events erupting in 2018 headlines, His/her pronouns flip constantly as they struggle to be themself in a society obsessed with public image and gendered roles.

For all its punch the plot is full of dry wit and wry humour, it’s a story that feels current and relevant for today’s audience.

Reid’s tour, the first part of a trilogy, retraces the journey of this manuscript. The tale emerged from 13th Century Cornwall and discovered centuries later  in Wollaton Manor, Nottinghamshire. Reid’s revision of this text, supported by Arts Council England, tours the United Kingdom retracing this journey.

Reid was raised on a hybrid traditional storytelling and the spoken word scene, with a passion for reclaiming the arcane and making it contemporary and vibrant.  Her credentials range from creative projects such as Woody Guthrie for Billy Bragg to Charles Dickens for Radio 3, but ‘Silence’ enables Reid’s storytelling to delve deeper into a key passion; finding old narratives with fresh visions of women, recognising that few women's stories have been recorded with as much care as men's.

Silence asks some challenging questions of its audience, could England & King Arthur's lineage both depend on a quest for female freedom? Was the story suppressed in 1911 as not to ignite Suffrage protest?  Who was the author? And what can we learn from this historic epic today?

 

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http://www.silencespeaks.strikingly.com

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  Middle Weight Theatre Company presents
amendments. A Play on Words
by Matt Roberts

19th & 20th July
8pm


Middle Weight Theatre Company presents
amendments. A Play on Words
by Matt Roberts

19th & 20th July - 8pm

£9.00
Concessions: £7.00

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John Chesterton works in a world where being politically correct is paramount.

Fear of oppressing or injuring the feelings of an increasingly sensitive populus is widespread, and any language deemed inappropriate or discriminatory becomes strictly forbidden by the company heads.

At an alarmingly swift pace, words vanish and phraseology begins to disappear from people's vocabulary, consigned unceremoniously to the companies 'no' list.

And while all around him conform, John seems to be the only one asking: if this censoring continues, will he soon be inhabiting a world where there is nothing left to say?

Bad language may or may not be used throughout this production…”

What's in a name?”
Thirty seconds later, we still didn't know; but the Middle-Weight Theatre Company was founded in Exeter, Devon.
 
Middle-Weight Theatre Company return to The Alma Tavern and Theatre with an Edinburgh Fringe Festival preview: ‘amendments: A Play on Words’ Regular attendees of the Festival, Middle-Weight Theatre Company made their debut with, original comedy ‘Sound Bite’, (Exeter, Bristol, Edinburgh Fringe 2013).

Having kept an open eye throughout their travels, Matt and Tom welcomed the crucial talents and equal partnerships of Al Wadlan and Jemma Gillard, in co-running the company in early 2015.

Running time 1 Hour

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http://www.middleweighttheatrecompany.com

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  Edward Day presents
Super Hamlet 64
by Edwards Day

25th - 28th July
7.30pm


Edward Day presents
Super Hamlet 64
by Edwards Day

25th - 28th July - 7.30pm

£13.00
Concessions: £11.00

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What if you woke up one morning and realised that your life was actually a computer game?

Your Dad's just died, your Uncle's married your Mum and is hell bent on world domination, while the person you have a crush on turns out to be a samurai sword wielding super hero. Oh, and your Dad's now a singing ghost.

Inspired by films like Scott Pilgrim Vs The World and with references to almost every videogame ever made, Super Hamlet 64 is fast paced retelling of Shakespeare's most famous play, full of retro animation, spoken word, live music and comedy songs.

Videogame design is all about giving the player the illusion of meaningful choice. Hamlet is about a boy trapped by tragic circumstances, unable to choose anything.

Coupling Shakespeare's soliloquies with modern poetry, and exploring ideas of adulthood, ambition, gender and our fragile relationship with technology.

Praise from reviewers:

"Day never ceased to impress, like a man possessed at times, effortlessly switching between characters...the best original play I have seen." ***** - Theatre Bath

"Day's antics are joyfully creative, whether he's flinging an imaginary banana in a round of Mario Kart or apologising to unseen enemies as he bounces on their heads" - Fringe Guru

“Gamers love the gaming jokes, Shakespeare lovers adore the Shakespeare jokes, and non gamers enjoy the mix of video projection, physical comedy and spoken word.” - Buxton Fringe

 

Edward Day is a trans/non-binary spoken word artist, animator and theatre maker from Swindon. He trained at Lecoq and Alra has performed in a wealth of Shakespeare and physical theatre, with notable roles including Bottom, Malvolio, Queen Elizabeth, Hamlet, Prospero and King Lear.



http://www.edwardday.co.uk

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