Your student loan is running dangerously low, your graduate overdraft is perpetually on your mind, or your creative start up really is just starting up. Think you can’t afford theatre? Think again.
There were humorous one liners and the beginning was very touching but Turf spun too far away into the ridiculous to be particularly entertaining.
The Soul of Wittgenstein, by Ron Elisha, is a sensitive and clever two-hander set during the Second World War. A patient and his hospital attendant develop a deep relationship based on learning facts and discovering life.
Snap to the future with tips from Culture Geek, a conference on digital transformation in the arts. Rebekah Ellerby looks into the future of digital marketing for theatre on a budget.
Helen McCrory’s Hester leads the National Theatre’s The Deep Blue Sea through calm and tempest. I found reverie and respect, hurt and pining, and pin-pointed elegance in The Deep Blue Sea.
The multi-textured piece had the “suggestive power” of life at its most ephemeral and day-to-day, with its meaningless cut offs and meanings beyond words captured superlatively by Lovett and nuanced by his musical company.
Basically what I want to get across is how daunting some theatre spaces can be when you’re on your own. And how that must multiply if you’re a theatre newbie – or even if you’ve just never been to that particular theatre before. Plus a top tip to say things to people who are by them self at a show.
There’s this base on Pluto. We’re stranded there. The world is set all wonky. Everything is very clean.
The National Centre for Circus Arts recently caught up with James Yeatman of Complicite and co-founder of Kandinsky who has been giving workshops to their Higher Education students on performance ‘devising’ techniques.
What a quiet triumph for Up in Arms. Hamilton’s production of German Skerries glows with a deep-felt respect and knowledge of a particular locale and its people.
Hamilton and Norris discuss theatre, and particularly touring, as “a way of connecting communities and sharing stories we’re passionate about.”