Sat 8 | 12pm | The Door
£5 | 90 min
After the success and positive feedback from last year’s debut lunchtime scratch session, we present three different ‘works in progress’ plus the winners of last year’s session. At the end, we invite audience members to leave feedback for the artists to help with the shows future development.
Taking place at midday on Saturday in The Door at The REP. Arrive early and grab yourself some coffee and a cake.
All the Voices
(UK/Greece/Germany, 30 min)
Back by popular demand as winners of last year’s Early Ideas competition, this eccentric sister-duo will be showcasing the toil of their awarded residency that began a week in advance of this year’s festival. The 15 minute run out last year was laugh-out-loud funny but what lies ahead is anyone’s guess.
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(UK, 15 min)
Phrases is an exploration of common sense, catchphrases and confusion alongside semi-improvised dance, both of which are interrogating fragmentation and structure. Lewys’s practice focuses on dance, but spans comedy, visual arts and devised theatre.
We’ve Got Each Other
(UK, 15 min)
We’ve Got Each Other is a full scale Bon Jovi musical which is entirely imagined by the audience and explores the pomp and circumstance of the modern juke-box musical. Paul O’Donnell is a solo theatre maker who aims to expose the ‘ordinary’ in a ‘spectacular’ fashion.
(Italy, 15 min)
Winner of the Presente/Futuro Festival at Teatro Libero di Palermo, Lucia Guarino presents a one-woman show that plays with the idea of moving from the private space to the public and that courageous moment of taking the jump from the virtual precipice of the unknown.
Part of the UK Artist Development Programme, supported by