Another chance to catch NSDF18 Award Winners
7 November 2018
Next week you have not one, but TWO opportunities to catch work that featured at NSDF 2018.
SARAH CARTON | HATCH | CAMDEN PEOPLE'S THEATRE
The performance digs under the skin of anti-heroine Jess, imprisoned for smuggling drugs on her lover's behalf. Blurring the boundaries of acted scene, poetry and live electronic music, HATCH flows through Jess's feelings of abandonment from her partner on the outside, explosive spoken word poetry and sensual moments of magical realism; intertwined in a collection of original songs and live electronic music.
Carton, a Resident Artist at The Roundhouse, is a singer, songwriter, music producer and theatre maker. HATCH is a developing political project and stems from Carton’s in-depth research and conversations exploring the current failings of the women’s prison system. The Camden People’s Theatre production of HATCH will be fundraising for Safe Ground, an organisation committed to improving access to educational activities in prisons and creating alternatives to traditional punishment and exclusion.
HATCH was incredibly well received after it's run at NSDF 2018, winning both the Camden People's Theatre Award & The Oberon Books Best New Play Award.
Show taking place at Camden People’s Theatre
58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY
Dates: Thurs 15 – Fri 16 Nov at 9pm
Ticket info: £12/ £10 (conc.)
Book tickets via www.cptheatre.com
POLTERGEIST THEATRE | LIGHTS OVER TESCO CAR PARK | NEW DIORAMA THEATRE
ALL OF THIS IS TRUE
Basically, Robert reported lights over the Tesco car park. Then he told us an alien was coming to stay in his spare room. With the help of some historical abduction stories, a latex alien mask, and a bucket of flying saucers, we’re working out whether to believe him. Maybe this is a good place to believe him?
Maybe you can help?
Poltergeist Theatre won the Samuel French New Play Award and Judges' Award for Outstanding Achievement in Devised and Ensemble Theatre at NSDF 2018.
Show taking place at New Diorama Theatre.
Dates: Thurs 15 – Fri 16 Nov at 7:30pm
Ticket info: £10
Book tickets via www.newdiorama.com