...an urgent piece of theatre, athletically delivered to an audience of now, exploring 21stcentury British living. A multidisciplinary performance with an ensemble cast, the work will examine a culture of blame: from displacement of love via the internet, to no win no fee claiming sprees, rioting students, banker’s bearing the brunt, media influence and simply just, trying to blame it all... on someone... else.
Using a cast of performers all with varied physical and verbal disciplines [all of whom can dance and deliver text] we created a community, an average British suburb of an average British town – creating an allegory of modern life.
"South Cumburgh Green" was originally developed as part of a week long residency at City Moves, Aberdeen. It's second stage of development was delivered in association with Woodend Barn, and The Arches.
Photo credit: James Taylor-Wilson