‘after/before’: live performance online@thespaceuk

Saturday 8th August 2020: 7 – 9 pmonline@theSpaceUK LIVE Too long alone in lockdown Alicia is struggling with her feelings of loss and detachment; when she wakes from a vivid dream she is confused and disorientated; is she awake or is she dreaming? And is her sense of isolation just part of the dream? When…

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Callout – tell us about your experience of the lockdown

What has been your experience of Coronavirus and the lockdown (both positives and negatives)? What impact has it had on you emotionally and financially? Has it affected your physical and mental health? Have you been at work or self-isolating? Do you work on the frontline? Out of Kilter Theatre are looking for your stories/reflections on…

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New cast member for Small Histories Edinburgh shows

We are pleased to announce that Anna Chell will be joining the cast of ‘Small Histories’. Anna will be performing the parts of Jessica and Sandra and is replacing Kailey McGowan who, for personal reasons, won’t be available for our Edinburgh performances.

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Edinburgh run for ‘Small Histories’

After a successful short run of performances in June/July 2019 we are delighted to announce that Small Histories will be performed at the Edinburgh Fringe. Performances will be 10th to 15th August 2020 in Space 3, part of the Space on the Mile venue.

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Powerful play about broken women and shattered dreams triumphs at Burnley Youth Theatre (Burnley Express Review of ‘Small Histories’: 10th July 2019)

A powerful play depicting the shattered dreams of strong yet broken women proved to be a triumph for a former Burnley actress. Small Histories – an elegant exploration of love, dreams, identity and family – showcased the talents of Salford-based performer Kailey McGowan. Kailey cut her teeth in the drama world by playing in shows…

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Things of Darkness – review by David Chriscole

Dark tales excite me, and coupled to a fantastical and surreal story, I instinctively knew it was going to be pretty darn good. I was not at all disappointed to enter the capacious arena that is Hope Mill Theatre, to see a sparsely populated performance area. In fact, quite the opposite was true. On entering…

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