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New Writing Performances - MA CCT

5th August - 8th August

Wednesday 5th August
Scape by Jules Horne, directed by Fiona Mackinnon
The Consecration of Connor King by Mike Cullen, directed by Rasa Niurkaite

Thursday 6th August
The Consecration of Connor King by Mike Cullen, directed by Rasa Niurkaite
Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always by Alan McKendrick, directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram

Friday 7th August 2015
Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always by Alan McKendrick, directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram
Scape by Jules Horne, directed by Fiona Mackinnon

Saturday 8th August 2015
Scape by Jules Horne, directed by Fiona Mackinnon
Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always by Alan McKendrick, directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram
The Consecration of Connor King by Mike Cullen, directed by Rasa Niurkaite


The Consecration of Connor King
by Mike Cullen
Connor King is a convicted serial killer, with a penchant for face masks. Made from the faces of real women. Or is he? Now he’s off the drugs, he’s not so sure. He has lost his serial killing mojo, could he be innocent? Or is he simply suffering from Serial Killer’s Block?

Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always
by Alan McKendrick
'Welcome to work at the benefits office.
First thing to know - it beats being on benefits.
Now here are some other things to know.'

An interlinked series of vignettes concerning (but not restricted to) such enchanting topics as frog economics, library arson, partying professionally, bartending as nihilism, a philosophy of pipe-in music and the ever-multiplying joys of the modern uniformed work experience within the gothic castle of capitalism.

Scape
by Jules Horne
Who's there to help Helen when the ground falls away? And who'll finally be the making of Alec? SCAPE is about finding strength from somewhere, identity, memory, and the community as a source of support and suffocation, continuity and chaos.
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Falling in Love with Frida

10th November

Caroline Bowditch presents her intimate and enticing show exploring the life, loves and legacy of painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), exposing little-known facts about the infamous woman, remembered for her art. Falling in love with Frida is the reclaiming of a disabled artist, a love like obsession, an enquiry into how we shape what we are remembered for. Affinities and parallels are drawn and the tale of 'the great concealer' is skillfully revealed through powerful yet fragile bodies.

I know you so well.
I know the things you like to eat,
The clothes that hang inside your wardrobe,
I know where you sleep, the music you lay down to.
I’ve sat in your garden and at your table.
I know you left your mark on everything,
Including their hearts.
They all fell in love with you.
I’ve never met you, but I’ve done it too.


After a sell-out run and a Herald Angel Award at the 2014 Fringe, Caroline Bowditch presents Falling in love with Frida, an intimate and enticing performance exploring the life, loves and legacy of painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954).

It is a reclaiming of a disabled artist, a love like obsession, and an enquiry into how we shape what we are remembered for and how much we can really control others’ memories of us. It exposes many little-known facts about the infamous woman, remembered for her art. Where affinities and parallels are drawn, happy distractions are employed and a tale of ‘the great concealer’ is skillfully revealed by and through powerful yet fragile bodies.

www.carolinebowditch.com

The show runs about an hour and will be followed by a 20 minute post show discussion.
The show will be BSL interpreted.
The show is for age 16+
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New Writing Performances - MA CCT

5th August - 8th August

Wednesday 5th August
Scape by Jules Horne, directed by Fiona Mackinnon
The Consecration of Connor King by Mike Cullen, directed by Rasa Niurkaite

Thursday 6th August
The Consecration of Connor King by Mike Cullen, directed by Rasa Niurkaite
Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always by Alan McKendrick, directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram

Friday 7th August 2015
Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always by Alan McKendrick, directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram
Scape by Jules Horne, directed by Fiona Mackinnon

Saturday 8th August 2015
Scape by Jules Horne, directed by Fiona Mackinnon
Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always by Alan McKendrick, directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram
The Consecration of Connor King by Mike Cullen, directed by Rasa Niurkaite


The Consecration of Connor King
by Mike Cullen
Connor King is a convicted serial killer, with a penchant for face masks. Made from the faces of real women. Or is he? Now he’s off the drugs, he’s not so sure. He has lost his serial killing mojo, could he be innocent? Or is he simply suffering from Serial Killer’s Block?

Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always
by Alan McKendrick
'Welcome to work at the benefits office.
First thing to know - it beats being on benefits.
Now here are some other things to know.'

An interlinked series of vignettes concerning (but not restricted to) such enchanting topics as frog economics, library arson, partying professionally, bartending as nihilism, a philosophy of pipe-in music and the ever-multiplying joys of the modern uniformed work experience within the gothic castle of capitalism.

Scape
by Jules Horne
Who's there to help Helen when the ground falls away? And who'll finally be the making of Alec? SCAPE is about finding strength from somewhere, identity, memory, and the community as a source of support and suffocation, continuity and chaos.
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