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In a post-holocaust future, people are divided at birth into the 'physically perfect' and those who are not. As the town of Waknuk lives in fear of the shadowy Fringe People, a group of children defy their elders and discover a unique connection; but can they harness their new power before they are discovered?
On 19th October 2013, 29 sheltering single mothers and children received eviction letters. Faced with the threat of skyrocketing rent of forced eviction, these women launched a campaign that pushed housing to the top of the political agenda. From the Houses of Parliament to the streets of Newham, this piece of documentary theatre is adapted exclusively from real-life testimonies to provide a truthful re-telling of a national issue and how one group of women refused to be marginalized. As ever-increasing cuts threaten social welfare, how does our country view housing in 2015? E15 explores the most prominent yet ignored issues in Britain today. This is the beginning of the end of the housing crisis.
A darkly comic look at the EU's founding ideals and what got lost along the way. A first sharing by Nasi Voutsas & Bertrand Lesca, co-produced by FellSwoop Theatre. Inspired by the ongoing crisis in Athens and all over Europe, your hosts for the afternoon - one Greek and one French - summon up the spirits and ideas of their favourite revolutionary leaders. Among a mess of food, wine and traditional tzatziki, two performers and a drummer speak, sing and dance against austerity.
April 1642. Sir John Hotham, Governor of Hull, is charged by Parliament to secure the arsenal at Hull and deny entry to King Charles I. If only it were that simple. With a Royalist siege outside the city walls and the rebellion of the mob within, Civil War seems inevitable and losing his head more than probable.