Thursday Showcase

Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award: The Finalists

11 October 2012 / 20:30
Shoreditch Town Hall.....


Tickets:
£10

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This showcase of new theatre features three works in progress and a drop-in installation, as part of the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award final, your chance to catch a glimpse of the strong vision and original ideas of a new generation of artists.

Curious Directive
These Bones of Mine
A 47 million year old fossil named “Ida” changed everything. These Bones of Mine migrates from a pit in Germany into the backroom of a fossil fayre. Walking across winter fields, Ida turns to Alan and whispers a secret into his ear, vibrating the smallest bone in the body.
A unique collaboration with Centroid 3D (Pinewood Studios) weaving live motion-capture technology, video, music and movement to unravel the true story of our fragile bones.

Future Ruins
Theatre on a Long Thin Wire
Inspired by composer Alvin Lucier’s infamous piece of music generated by a single vibrating copper wire, this production strips the theatre experience down to a bare room, an audience and a mysterious voice.

State of Flux
A Study Of Who
Directed by Heather Eddington, State of Flux is a dance company dedicated to the creation of fresh and original work. For this new sharing Eddington is collaborating with poet Anna Mae Selby and the lighting installation company, Nocte, to create a multi-layered performance.

Age guidance 12+

90 mins / no interval

Barbican Offsite: this performance takes place at Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London EC1V 9LT. Click here for map.






This event is part of:
Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award: The Finalists


The Clinic, by Shams and Ania Bas, originally advertised online and in our October Guide, will no longer take place. We apologise for any inconvenience.




 

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