Multiverse Arcade: work in progress by Unfolding Theatre

May 04, 2018

Multiverse Arcade: work-in-progress 

Add your voice

by Unfolding Theatre 

10am -2pm 

Gateshead Central Library, Prince Consort Road

 

FREE EVENT - Book an individual time slot to meet with the company and add your voice via link below

Join Unfolding Theatre’s work-in-progress on new piece, Multiverse Arcade

Multiverse Arcade is inspired by a question asked to young people at Eton, “What are you going to do when you’re in charge?” 

Visit a pop-up arcade to hear young people’s visions of the future, frustrations with the present and to add your own voice.

Age Guidance: All Welcome 

Third Angel presents The Small Celebrations and Other Films

May 04, 2018

Third Angel presents

The Small Celebrations and other films

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

12 noon -10pm

FREE EVENT (12 noon - 5pm)

or included in ticket price for Wallflower (5pm-10pm)

To mark Third Angel's 21st birthday the company commissioned new performance films from some of the brilliant artists they have worked with as mentors and collaborators over the years: Action Hero, Rash Dash, Massive Owl and Hannah Butterfield. This looped screening will include all of The Small Celebrations films plus new film work from Third Angel, and a couple of old favourites.

 

A varied and thrilling programme of comedy, music, dance film, distorted film noir, documentary and obsessive attention to detail. Each film is 10 minutes or under, so you can drop in at any time, and stay for as long or short a time as you like.

 

Age Guidance: All Welcome at parental discretion. One instance of swearing and references to drugs. 

Festival Welcome

May 04, 2018

Festival Welcome

With Festival Director Kate Craddock and Northumbria University MA Theatre and Performance Students 

3pm-4pm

St Mary's Heritage Centre

FREE EVENT

Join us for a warm welcome to GIFT 2018 which will include an opportunity to hear about the programme, to meet some of the artists involved, and to witness a short performance created by MA Theatre and Performance students from Northumbria University specifically for the event. 

Age Guidance: All Welcome

Quarantine presents Wallflower

May 04, 2018

Quarantine presents Wallflower

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

5pm-10pm

£12/£10 (plus booking fee) or included in Festival Pass

****'A magical experience…' Theaterkrant, Netherlands 

 

★★★★ ‘Lo-fi, freewheeling and rather brilliant’ Evening Standard, London     

 

Can you remember every dance you’ve ever danced? 

 

The people on stage in Wallflower are trying to remember every dance they’ve ever danced.  Some of them are professional dancers, some are not. Some might tell you that they can't dance at all.  

 

There are memories of dancing alone all night at a party; of whirling across the stage at the Paris Opera Ballet; of silently, slowly revolving with a new lover on a canal boat at night; of a repeated tic - a bodily habit that feels like dancing; of walking alongside their mother; of racing with a dog across a beach; of dizzily spinning children; of weeping and dancing; of hitting the mark for Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker....  

 

Wallflower is a 5 hour dance marathon.  Spanning a lifetime of music, fashion, politics, friendships, parties, love and loss, it’s a show about how dancing can shape our lives.  

 

Every dance is added to an ever-expanding archive, a vast record of hundreds of memories exhibited alongside the performance that begins with dances from early rehearsals and always ends with the last dance... 

 

Manchester-based Quarantine are a unique voice in British theatre, internationally acclaimed for their experiments with everyday life. Current work includes English, a collaboration with National Theatre Wales about language and identity, which premieres in June 2018; Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring., an epic quartet of three live performances and a film about the human lifecycle and our relationship with time; and our monthly project No Such Thing, where, for the last six years, we buy strangers a curry in exchange for a conversation.  

Wallflower  was developed with in-kind support from The University of Aberystwyth and  HOME, Manchester, as part of our relationship as Associate Company.

Age guidance: 14+

Wallflower After Party

May 03, 2018

Wallflower After Party!

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

 

10pm-12 midnight

Included in Wallflower Ticket or Festival Pass

 

Following Wallflower at BALTIC, audiences and artists are invited to celebrate the opening night of the festival at the Wallflower After Party where we will build a playlist of dedicated tracks and dance to our own remembered dances.  

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