The very first ‘ Three Minute Theatre Festival’ kicks off on Saturday 16th October at 1:00pm, followed by a second helping on Saturday 23rd in what has to be the Norths smallest, fastest, new theatre. Situated on the 3rd floor, it brings together an exciting collection of original work by writers from all over the North West.
The first programme offers a wide range of themes and styles; from a touching musical reflection on motherhood, to the horrors of the First World War,via the perils and humour of work, life, language, old age and a trip to the seaside.
Performed by the writers themselves, professional actors, and members of the Ghosts in the Machine Theatre Company, the ‘Three Minute Theatre’ is dedicated to keeping alive the spirit of creativity and the belief that Theatre is all around us and always will be; and it only takes a few minutes!
Programme for Saturday 16th and 23rd October:
‘No ordinary Day’ – A day at the seaside is not what it seems. Written & performed by Luther Alexander
‘Bathing Bernard’ – Forgetfulness can sometimes have its advantages. By Nigel Adams – performed by Josie Owens
‘One For Sorrow’ – Birds are never wrong. By Nigel Adams – performed by Leanne Rowley
‘Winning’ – Life is a race that we always can win; one way or another. By Lucy Lucy – performed by Anis Patterson
‘Another Day at the Office’ – Life is a bowl of paperclips…..Written & performed by Sarah Turnbull
‘Mom is a Poem’ – Love, identity and Motherhood. Written & performed by Jude Fowler & Oxana Poberejnaia
‘Proof That We Cannot Understand Each Other’ – A sudy of incomprehension. Written and performed by Oxana Poberejnaia
‘Trench Talk’ – Two men, a trench and a lost World. By Ron Day – performed by Joe Laverton & Adam Peat
‘Between the Cracks’ – Drugs, shrugs and guitar smashing. Written & performed by Donna Cameron
If you would like to get involved, or submit a Three Minute Play, please contact Victor Alexander: email@example.com
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