WATCH

BEEN & GONE

Page 37 of 41 pages      ‹ First      <     35     36   37   38     39     >      Last ›  
Happening

July 10th

7.30pm

Dining Room

PAY WHAT YOU CAN ON THE DOOR

Short Cuts

Happening

Replica Dance Company - Choreography Liz Richards

The piece moves through 3 distinctive sections, exploring an emerging relationship of two survivors and their struggle to deal with the situation.

How can so much happen in a small space of time? An unexpected happening. A relationship forced upon these strangers due to a change, a difference, a force. This moment of change leads them to an awkward journey where the ill-eased relationship is possibly more important than living.

Choreography: Liz Richards
Dancers: Hannily Bendell, Thomas Pickard

At Night in Praha

July 10th

7.30pm

Dining Room

PAY WHAT YOU CAN ON THE DOOR

Short Cuts

At Night in Praha

Debbie Bridge/Kate Willoughby

‘The most awful things happen at night in Praha’ – under German occupation. But the heart is never defeated.

This 15 minute play is based in an apartment in Praha around 1940.

Written by: Steve Capra
Directed by: Alex Raskovic

Short Cuts

a platform for work in development

Short Cuts offers the audience a chance to see work in process and be part of a guided and relaxed feedback session in response to the artists’ questions. Tonight’s edition of Short Cuts presents excerpts of two exciting new works still in development.

The Second Annual Sussex Poetry Festival

July 1st

1pm

2.30pm

5pm

8pm

9.30pm

10pm



July 2nd

1pm

3pm

7pm

9.30pm

10pm


Dining Room

Tickets:
£20/£15 weekend pass
or £6/£4 for a single afternoon or evening event

Please contact Keston Sutherland and/or Sara Crangle for more information:
skcrangle@gmail.com


The Second Annual Sussex Poetry Festival

Featuring over twenty poets from England, France, Germany, Italy, Scotland, and the USA

The Second Annual Sussex Poetry Festival will be held at the Nightingale, starting at 1pm on Friday July 1st and ending just before midnight on Saturday July 2nd.

The festival features readings of contemporary avant-garde poetry (as well as some excellent music) and is truly international in scope with over 20 poets arriving from England, France, Germany, Italy, Scotland, and the USA. The entire event is sponsored by the Centre for Modernist Studies at Sussex and the English Association.

Tickets are £20 for the weekend (£15 concessions), or £6 for a single afternoon or evening event (£4 concessions); they are purchasable at the door.

Testing Grounds

June 18th

7.30PM

Tickets:
£6.50 / £8.50

BUY TICKETS

Or call Brown Paper 24/7 on 0800 411 8881

Subject to availability there may be tickets on the door 30 minutes before the performance

Testing Grounds

Emma Bennett / Mamoru Iriguchi / Marcel Sparmann / Ladies of the Press

From Copernicus to Galileo; from the electron-microscope and the x-ray; from cinema to home-television and the internet - the discovery of new looking-devices and their implications in popular consciousness have been instrumental in drastic paradigm shifts across human history. They continue to transform the way we think about ourselves, our relationships to each other, to nature, the world, the universe… at every level and scale - rendering the world in evermore fascinating and mysterious detail, whilst concealing reality beneath layer upon layer of images.

Discovering new ways to see and imagine can permit us to zoom-in to the minutia of everyday life and peer beneath the surface of our commonly held assumptions – and to zoom-out, feel from a much bigger cultural frame and learn from what was previously overlooked or beyond our habitual field of view. In this way revealed forms become attitudes, bridging the gap between the unnoticeable and the obvious, and the hidden struggles between defiance and resignation.

The three new artist’s works commissioned for this edition of Testing Grounds share the quality of constructing a looking device - literally and metaphorically. So how does one achieve this kind of metonymic lens from the ephemeral time-based gestures inherent to live art and performance art?

Bound

June 13th

8:00PM

Tickets:
£6.50 - £8.50

BUY TICKETS

Or call Brown Paper 24/7 on 0800 411 8881

Subject to availability there may be tickets on the door 30 minutes before the performance

Bound

Bear Trap

Six actors, five chairs, one table and an ocean…

Compelled by the threat of bankruptcy, fishing trawler 'The Violet' and its mismatched crew are forced out into treacherous weather. Battling each others egos, their 'lives' ashore and a relentless storm. Will they lose more than a way of life? Set in Brixham, Devon, Bound is the bracingly physical tragic comedy from Bear Trap Theatre Company. After a highly successful run at the Edinburgh Festival 2010 and headlining the Holden Street Theatres at the Adelaide Fringe 2011, Bear Trap takes the critically acclaimed Bound on a National Tour of the UK.

Awards include: Fringe First, Herald Angel, Herald Little Devil, the NSDF and Methuen Drama Emerging Artists Competition, the Holden Street Theatres Award, the Adelaide Advertiser Critics Choice Award and Best Theatre Performer (ensemble).

★★★★

The Telegraph

★★★★★

The Herald

★★★★

The Scotsman

www.bear-trap.co.uk

FACEBOOK

VIDEO

Page 37 of 41 pages      ‹ First      <     35     36   37   38     39     >      Last ›