Innovative and original theatre

Innovative and original theatre

Saturday, 10 November 2012

November the Fifth - Next Week

For  the few remaining tickets for what is going to be an amazing show please see below...

South Street
November the 5th

Tuesday 13 & Wednesday 14 November, 7.30pm

Guy Fawkes - Hero or Villain?

Was he a simple stooge or did he know what he was doing?

Was he brave or foolish?

Why did the Gunpowder Plot take place?

November the Fifth tells the tale of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot. It is a story that has great resonance today in this age of extremist belief, corrupt governments and religious terrorism. Follow the journey of Guy Fawkes from his beginnings as a mercenary to a dedicated follower of the Catholic cause.

This new adaptation of Chris Lambert’s 2001 musical is brought to life by Exiled Theatre and Theale Green students in an exciting blend of music, drama, action and comedy.

Tickets £7, £5 concessions

Subject to booking fee

You can also phone 0118 9606060 for the Box Office

Saturday, 3 November 2012

The Watchman - Pictures and Audience Response

Very pleased with this very different show, it went very well and the audience were buzzing, some excited, some went in again, some were wonderfully confused...
There follows some comments...
"Very different, the interactivness was enjoyable"
"Loved it, not like anything I've seen before."
"Very atmospheric! A lovely exploration of hopelessness."

"Excellent technical performance, very emotional"
"Amazing set"

"Amazing set, crazy sounds, really good"

"Very unusual, not seen anything like it before, actors very good."
"Very interesting and intriguing"
"A very interesting piece, asked so many questions, has made me think about the nature of theatre and where/how it can take place."
"Very strange and very creepy."
"Excellent creation of atmosphere - liked the interactiveness."
"Very good and well acted, enjoyed it and the audience participation."
Thanks so much to South Street Arts Centre and Sitelines for the oppportunity.
Special thanks to Andy Kempe at Reading University for letting us use their space.