I am performing some new work in progress material from the final part of my trilogy: Who Knows Where.
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The ever-exciting PILOT lands for the first time at Warwick Arts Centre with China Plate taking the reins as Co-Pilots for an event that is fast becoming a West Midlands institution.
Tuesday 25th January
Warwick Arts Centre
Tickets £5 (£4 concessions) on the door.
Box Office: 024 7652 4524
PILOT nights are a motley assortment of new, untested shorts from some of the UK’s most innovative theatre companies. Each last between 10 and 20 minutes and together present a glorious mix of comic, touching and peculiar performance. The bar is open all night local band Abie’s Miracle Tonic will be playing in the interval.
China Plate will be taking down the tree, putting out the empty bottles and promising to take more exercise as they squeeze themselves into the cockpit to steer PILOT into the New Year. All your festive excesses will be forgiven as we look towards brave new beginnings with a sense of hope.
Join us for another night of brand new work and as always – join us in the bar afterwards and meet the artists.
The first line up of 2011 will be:
Who Knows Where by Ed Rapley
Mess by Caroline Horton
I Promise To Swim The Channel (or the story of how I might) by Francesca Millican Slater
AND HELL FOLLOWED WITH THEM by Drunken Chorus
Karinthy: There Is No Art Without Science by Millions and Pliers
Post Present Future by Cross Collaborations
With music from Abie’s Miracle Tonic