Stillpoint Theatre


So here’s to fragile new beginnings. 2013 sees the emergence of a brand new piece that has been quietly seeding in the back ground since the beginning of 2012 where it began life as a Fuel Theatre residency at Dartington Hall. Called The Moon Project: home, we are scratching 10 minutes of new material at The Nightingale Theatre on the 8th of December, if you fancy a sneak peak.

Two people suffer nostalgia for impossible futures:
One yearns for home but can never return.
The other yearns for escape but can never leave.
You are invited – with us – to exhume the anatomy and cosmology of their colliding trajectories.
The Moon Project: home is about a car crash. It is about life (and love) after death.

Stillpoint have also been invited with artist Emma Kilbey to make a piece of spontaneous work for City Running in Bristol on the weekend of the 30th of November. This involves scouring the city for inspiration then presenting the piece later that very night. Exciting, challenging and sleep depriving indeed.

City Running is the brain child of Rowena Easton and is about exploring and documenting an urban environment. For more information on how it works go here.
If you are interested to participate the applications are still open so maybe see you there! City Running is being produced in Bristol by MAYK.

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