Everything that ends involves some kind of goodbye.
Whether you are saying it to a person, an addiction or a place, every aspect of your life that you part ways with is acknowledged by that final farewell: “ok, bye”. We are going to devise a show around the very simple premise that saying “ok, bye” can mean thousands of different things: “I love you”, “I’m sorry”, “I never want to see your stupid face again” or just the end of a phone call. Using our signature combination of physical theatre and dynamic storytelling, we will open a dialogue with the audience about what it means to part ways. As a company we describe our style as theatrical tapas, because we take the best of everything we find and use it to make intimate, involving theatre: tales from our own lives, writing, improvisation, music and movement.
Director/Co-Creator: Vicki Baron
Artistic Director/Co-Creator: Kate Goodfellow
Producer: Sally Collet
Set Design: Jessica Sinclair Martin
Puppetry Director: Peyvand Sadeghian
Lighting and Sound Design: Abi Toghill
Music written and performed by: Andrew Armfield
Cast: Sam Cornforth, Oscar Scott-White, Kate Goodfellow
Press and PR: Chloe Nelkin and Tilly Wilson
7 - 11 March 2018, 19:45
Matinee Saturday, 10 March, 15:15
Duration 60 min | Venue: Crescent | Tickets £ 8