We have an exciting new show coming up @ AE Harris next Thursday, a multi-media performance marking the 20th Anniversary of the siege of Sarajevo. It an extraordinary and under told story. Here is brought back to us via poetry, photography, music and personal testimonies.
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Following their visit to AE Harris with their show The Sun Shining On Her Hands Trip The Light return on Saturday 15th October with their new show Not Goodbye
‘Not Goodbye’ is a heart-warming comedy, fusing movement, dance and mime to tell the relatable story of a mother and her daughter, exploring the joys and frustrations of life that they share over a period of 25 years.
As daily pressures build and tragedy strikes their family, both women must find a way to communicate and understand one other in order to find a balance between support and independence. The piece conveys the familiar, funny and sometimes heartbreaking relationship between a mother and daughter by presenting a scrapbook of shared moments, using only dance, live and recorded music, mime and movement.
Tickets available online and on the door:
Students £5 (with valid student ID card)
This production is suitable for all ages
We are very happy to be hosting Outbox Theatre’s AFFECTION, a new devised show about bodies, intimacy and HIV.
Friday 30th September and Saturday 1st October at 7.30pm
This is 2016: More gay men than ever are contracting HIV, confusion surrounds what it is to be positive and undetectable, the government are denying medicine to the most vulnerable and at-risk.
Based on real-life stories, affection is not a victim piece. It is raw, funny and honest. Because it’s about time that we had another conversation about HIV.
More details and box office can be found HERE
We are very happy to be hosting 4 Birmingham Fest shows this year.
We have This is always the result from Brighton based Gus Watchman on 19th July, Hats Off To Laurel And Hardy by Lucky Dog on 24th July at 2pm, River’s Up by the Reactor Factory on 29th July at 7pm and Loving Monica by Blancmontage Theatre on 31st July at 2pm.
Details of all these shows can be found on the Birmingham Fest website
This Friday 11th and Saturday 12th March we are looking forward to hosting Trip The Light Theatre’s show The Sun Shining On Her Hands
Inspired by Georg Büchner’s ‘Woyzeck’ and using real-life accounts of gender discrimination, this explosive visual production explores the struggle to be recognized as an individual in our modern world.
Using dynamic dance sequences, original music and a marriage of modern and old text, The Sun Shining On Her Hands is a unique theatrical creation that will leave you wanting more.
“Great work from a new young company” Total Insight Theatre
Friday 11th and Saturday 12th March at 7.30 pm
From 11th to 21st November Fred present Romeo and Juliet at AE Harris.
FRED returns to Shakespeare this autumn with a fresh, energetic, and engaging production of ROMEO & JULIET. In a contemporary setting, FRED re-tells one of the greatest love stories for a new generation, and reveals a play of extremes. Love and violence. Tragedy and comedy. Euphoria and despair.