And to close out our spring season, we bring you a psychological horror of a family dealing with their own tragedy. Physical theatre, shadow puppets, and an intimate soundscape delivered through personal headphones, come experience the world of Hush Now.
2-6 April, 7:30pm, Barons Court Theatre, £14/£10.
020 8932 4747. Cash only!
Hush Now is a supernatural tale of a family fractured by grief. A multisensory experience of physical theatre, puppetry & immersive sound, the play centres around Penny, a teenager haunted by her own guilt. She navigates the world in a new way since her father was taken from her, but as the pain she feels festers and grows, so does the monster that begins to torment her…
A few words from Kat Wootton, the director of Love, Shakespeare; part of Breaking the Mould, 25-28 June 2016 at The Rag Factory, E1.
Dreaming on a Midsummer’s Night want to remind you why this play is so unique and what they need you to bring to the performances:
Dreaming on a Midsummer’s Night is KDC Theatre’s first full-length, fully improvised play. In this video the cast discuss the strangest things to happen during the preparation process:
The cast of Dreaming on a Midsummer’s Night talk about their favourite part of the rehearsal process:
See the cast discussing how doing a long-form improvisation differs from their expectations.
Interviews with the cast of Dreaming on a Midsummer’s Night as they discuss their experience of performing a long-form improvisation.
Thanks to Ade Gbinige for this news update:
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Special thanks – Nick Turner