‘Send Him My Love’ and ‘PLAYING WITH THE PAST’

Thu 25 Jul
- Fri 26 Jul
Doors 18:30Show 19:00
120
£3 - £5
MA Experimental Theatre Practice - FESTIVAL WEEK
 
This week presents and celebrates original, innovative, interdisciplinary performance work from the graduating students of Marjon University's Experimental Theatre Practice MA.
 
The participating students have spent the past year advancing their performance practice and broadening their critical knowledge of performance making. They have worked together on four individual projects within a collective, collaborative environment, exploring artistic agency and creative authorship through dialogue with others.  
Thursday 25th and Friday 26th from 7pm
Send Him My Love
by Seb Watkins 
A performance writing which attempts to fully embrace the inevitability of death, to imagine where and how we connect and remember between here and there.
 
PLAYING WITH THE PAST
by Harry Morris as Brief Relief.
Operating as a hybrid between a band and a theatre company, Brief Relief is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of live performance through improvisation. Each performance is a unique fusion of sound and storytelling.
Seating
Reserved seating is in place.
Seats B5 & B7 are wheelchair accessible, if you require these seats please add 'access member' (here) to your account and you will have access to these. Please let us know of any access requirements you may have, including whether you would like the seat removed.
Both rows A & B are level access.
If you have any specific access requirements (for example wheelchair access) please leave details in the comment box when placing your order or email our team at info@barbicantheatre.co.uk and they will arrange this for you.
Venue Info 
Barbican Theatre
Castle Street
The Barbican
Plymouth
PL1 2NJ
Situated behind the Mayflower Visitor Centre just off the main Barbican road (opposite the 'Prawn' and Mayflower Steps)
info@barbicantheatre.co.uk
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Tickets

Tickets are currently only available for collection from 1 hour before performances begin. They are not currently available for collection from the Box Office at any other times and postage is no longer available. Barbican Theatre recommends e-tickets which can be presented at the theatre on the date of your performance using a smart mobile device (or if you prefer can be printed out) E-tickets are more covid safe and are also much greener due to not being needed to be printed or posted.

Thursday 25th Jul 2024

7:00pm

Friday 26th Jul 2024

7:00pm