Companies that performed on the 13th February 2015
Prams in the Hall
Main Hall – Breast Is Best – From selling newspapers to feeding babies, Prams In The Hall introduce several characters wrestling with the taboos, embarrassment and desire caused by the female chest.
“Breasts are a scandal because they shatter the border between motherhood and sexuality.” (Iris Marion Young)
Caldy Walton (Choreographer & director)
Scene Dock – Peer over the balcony and catch a glimpse of the three people moving, shaking and tumbling their way through a world beneath you.
Kitchen – “Chrysalis” is a piece about eating disorders. Hopefully educational and certainly messy, it features clown-like playfulness, homemade crumble and a dash of dry ice (if you’re very lucky). Not suitable for children
Dressing Room – Come and explore the magical and absurd in Noggle Noggle Land, where party outfits are made from sausages and upside down maps lead to dead ends and mysterious corners. And, perhaps, the grown-ups may find that the drinks have a kick after all.
Not suitable for children
Downstairs Flat – We have been exploring ways to move an audience through different spaces, from the Athenian world to the forest of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In our version of the play, Athens is a corporation run by Theseus; whilst the forest takes inspiration from Tipi Valley and Beltane festival.
Catharina Cronenberger Golebiowska
Upper Hall – Mars One Extended is a series of installations and astronaut performances inside a transparent Martian capsule accompanied by future livestreams.
Travelling – Arrivals-Departures: Station 1 – We are departing. We are arriving. We are moving on. We are moving in. We are moving away. We are moving around. We are always on the move.
Dogs of War
Upstairs Flat – Time Will Tell – An open book exploration of the story of Stanley Halls based on true facts and accounts discovered in local archives, area-specific theatre company Dogs Of War invites you through an immersive memoir of one London’s most forgotten legends.
Cellars – Interactive theatre ‘101: My Guilt’ offers audiences genuine choice. Consider this your call to the basements for jury service, but be warned: anything you say may be used against you. Not suitable for children