The Catastrophe Trilogy

Lone Twin Theatre - All three shows on the same day

6 - 13 March 2010 / 14:00
The Pit


Tickets:
£30 (no further multi-buy discounts apply)

subject to availability
 sold out



A celebration of the human spirit’s ability to survive even the most testing of times, The Catastrophe Trilogy is a collection of works that share a common playful interest in the act of storytelling and are at once touching, comic and resolutely hopeful.

Alice Bell
A fictional character born into a fictional conflict, Alice seeks happiness in a divided land, finding love and companionship but at a terrible cost. Part DIY musical, part fairy-tale, Alice Bell offers a portrait of life as an act of hope.

Daniel Hit By A Train
This story is inspired by Postman’s Park, a Victorian memorial in the heart of the City of London commemorating true tales of lives lost through heroic acts. Each tragedy in turn is told, in all its comedic, vaudevillian glory as a testimony to our instinct to help each other.

The Festival
Told against a backdrop of the here and now The Festival is a simple story of love and expectation, of family and companionship, of the mundane and the extraordinary. Two lives cross at a festival of music and song, whilst a chain of events discretely alters a private world to devastating effect.

Performance times: Alice Bell (14:00), Daniel Hit by a Train (17:00), The Festival (19:30)
Running time:
70 mins each / intervals in between the shows

Age guidance 14+

6 & 13 Mar
Walk to Postman's Park, inspiration for Daniel Hit by a Train, with the Company (between Alice Bells and Daniel Hit by a Train)
Lone Twin Theatre in conversation (between Daniel Hit by a Train and The Festival)

Created and performed by
Antoine Fraval
Guy Dartnell
Molly Haslund
Nina Tecklenburg
Paul Gazzola

The company thank Cynthia Whelan for her work on Alice Bell and Daniel Hit By A Train.

Artistic Directors
Gary Winters & Gregg Whelan

Dramaturg David Williams
Musical Director Paul Dale-Vickers
Production Manager Rebecca Curtis
Executive Director Kate Houlden/Gwen Van Spijk
Company Manager Catherine Baxendale
Producer Sadie Cook
Lighting Design/Production Management Joe Mapson, Sarah-Jane Grimshaw, Mark Webber & Rebecca Curtis

The Festival is commissioned by barbicanbite10, London; Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Brussels; The Point, Eastleigh; Uovo Performing Arts Festival, Milan; and the Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster. Supported by The Royal Exchange, Manchester; the Corn Exchange, Newbury and The Basement, Brighton.

Alice Bell was commissioned by Sophiensaele, Berlin, with assistance from the British Council; Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Brussels; Farnham Maltings, UK; and Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster. Supported by The Tron, Glasgow; The German Federal Cultural Foundation.

Daniel Hit By A Train was inspired by the Watts Memorial in Postman’s Park, London (www.wattsgallery.org.uk) and was commissioned by Wiener Festwochen, Austria; brut Wien, Austria; barbicanbite, London; The Arches, Glasgow; Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster; Farnham Maltings, UK; and Leeds Met Studio Theatre, UK. Supported by The Basement, Brighton.

The Catastrophe Trilogy has been supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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