The Disappearance Residency at the Bike Shed Theatre 10-20th April

Disappearance
Join Hannah Silva and company for poetry, debate, discussion and the premiere of a new piece of theatre ‘The Disappearance of Sadie Jones’.

“Silva uses techniques like cut-up and collage, sound poetry and physical theatre to create something that’s unique but nods to older forms like shamanism, pre-religious ceremonies, Dadaism and the kind of games that children play with language.” Radio 3, The Verb

APRIL 10-20th:

10th 7:30pm: Words Words Words: Poetry in performance with Hannah Silva, Jack Dean, Clive Pig and Jane Slavin

11th 7:30pm: Pressing an Ear against a Hive: David Lane discusses the role of the dramaturg and reveals the working process behind ‘The Disappearance of Sadie Jones’

12th 7:30pm: View a rough and (hopefully) ready run of The Disappearance of Sadie Jones followed by a wide ranging discussion on the joys, trials and tribulations of making theatre.

13th & 16th 7:30pm: The Disappearance of Sadie Jones (work in progress)

17th & 18th 7:30pm: The Disappearance of Sadie Jones (previews)

19th 7:30pm: The Disappearance of Sadie Jones

20th: 2pm and 7:30pm: The Disappearance of Sadie Jones

Tickets £5-£10: 01392 434169
The Bike Shed Theatre, 162 Fore Street, Exeter, EX4 3AT
www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk

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The Disappearance Team:

Writer & Director: Hannah Silva
Actors: Stephanie Greer, Alan Humphreys, Lizzie Crarer
Designer: Fiona Chivers
Light: Gary Bowman
Dramaturg: David Lane
Associate Producer: Milan Govedarica
Supporters: Jerwood Charitable Foundation and the Arts Council

Developed through residencies at Beaford Arts, CPT and the Bike Shed

 

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