Tuesday 9th May at 10am & 7pm, Wednesday 10th May at 10am
Tickets - £7
Workshops will be held after the 10am performances
Always have been.
My ideas aren't neat.
My ideas laugh and argue.
They shout and fight.
And sometimes they hide.
What happens when the past and the future collide?
A new storytelling performance from Polarbear about the places in your brain where things hide and what happens when they come out to play.
Polarbear, AKA Steve Camden, is one of the UK's most acclaimed spoken-word artists and is author of young adult novels Tape and It's About Love. Written and performed by Polarbear. Dramaturgy by Yael Shavit. Designed by Bethany Wells.
A Battersea Arts Centre and Theatr Iolo co-production.
Monday 19th – Friday 23rdJune at 8pm in The Riverfront Basement
Tickets - £12, concessions - £10
In a dystopian future a city lays ruin as a half-chicken-half-man clucks, struts and clambers over piles of smoldering debris, as his gas masked companion sifts, shifts and lifts large chunks of rubble in search of lost relics, packets of m&m’s, and rare objetd’art.
Together this twisted pair run Apocalypso; the last bar on earth. Here the whiskey tastes like petrol, the toilet bowls give birth, and the party must never end. The bar is stocked, theend is nigh, and soon they’ll meet the man who caused it all. Tin Shed Theatre Co. invite you to join them at the end of the world for an evening of post-apocalyptic mayhem that is part theatre performance, part gig, part free-bar.
Blending cult-iconography, the spews of their imagination and pickings from modern politics, Tin Shed create their own bleak vision of the future, in an attempt to question the decisions of the today. Utilising their usual assertion of macabre humour they present something reminiscent of Mad Max surgically spliced with Waiting For Godot.
An immersive horror-comedy experience like no other.
Tickets - £13, concessions - £12, Earlybird - £10
Struggling to think, live and love beyond the stifling expectations of duty, class and convention, governess Jane Eyre and Master Edward Rochester take a dark journey towards sensual and intellectual liberation. Told through Jane’s eyes, English literature’s most celebrated autobiographical novel shocked the Victorians, and Charlotte Bronte’s gothic subversion of fairy-tale romance is now distilled for the stage – under its full title – by writer/director Elton Townend Jones. Performer Rebecca Vaughan embodies everywoman Jane – and several other characters – in this intimate study of love’s realities.