A season of experimental theatre begins at Lancaster University later this month.
Motherhood and memory are explored with live digital video link-up sduring Zoo Indigo’s Double Bill on October 22 at the Nuffield Theatre.
In Blueprint, performers call their mums via SKYPE to recall good times and forgotten moments, while in Under the Covers live video streams bring performers real-life babies from bedroom to stage.
Live music, performance and storytelling merge with film and animation in the same venue for The Animals And Children Took To The Streets from November 7-9. Co-presented with The Dukes, this international hit by award-winning company 1927 sold out The National.
Other highlights are Every House Has A Door (November 13-14); The Anatomy of Melancholy (November 19-20); and Blackouts: Twilight of the Idols by drag performer Dickie Beau on December 3-4.
Dancing onto one of Britain’s largest sprung stages will be Company Chameleon with a double bill on November 6 of Laila Diallo with Hold Everything Dear on November 26.
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