Events

CURRENT EVENTS

SCRATCH NIGHT

Live Theatre, Thursday 19th November 2015, 8pm

Be the first to see brand new work in progress performances and help shape their future development. After the performances we head downstairs to the Undercroft where you can chat with the artists over some home made cake.

The line up for November includes

Two Destination Language - Declining Solo - Kat's Dad is aging, and so is she. So Kat is piecing together a portrait of memories of other times and places, of tears and laughs and time spent together.

Matt Miller - Sticking - a solo spoken word show about moving away from home for the first time.

Alice Malseed and Sarah Baxter with a show about the city, about urban spaces and the spaces in the crack. A show that's so new it doesn't even have a title.

Rosa Postlethwaite and Hannah Walker - An Evening with Savvy B - a story about our desire to please, to be loved, to be memorable, and how a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc might convince us that tonight we were fabulous.

For more information and to book your tickets click here

 

PAST EVENTS

SCRATCH NIGHT

Live Theatre, Thursday 21st May 2015, 8pm

Be the first to see brand new work in progress performances and help shape their future development. After the performances we head downstairs to the Undercroft where you can chat with the artists over some home made cake and at just £5 you can't say fairer than that. Tickets can be booked here

PRODUCER GATHERING

Dance City, Thursday 8th January 2015, 2.30pm to 9pm and Friday 9th January 2015, 9am to 3.15pm

As part of This Way Up Dance City and The Empty Space hosted a two-day event for performing arts producers. The Producer Gathering included networking sessions, panel discussions and opportunities to start conversations with other emerging and experienced producers from across the UK. For a full schedule, information about events within the Producer Gathering click here.

SCRATCH NIGHT

Live Theatre, Thursday 29th January 2015, 8pm

January's line up included Kate Fox, Precious Cargo Collective, Greg Wohead and Eggman Theatre.