The Forest Fringe is set to challenge every convention in sight, from the role of the audience right up to what we can comfortably classify as theatre.
Wondermart continues Rotozaza's work with audio-instructed performance and develops the site-specific element introduced in Etiquette.
In Rotating in a Room of Images, participants spend the majority of the 15-minute production in pitch darkness, guided only by invisible hands and the spooky voice in the headphones.
Mad Forest by Caryl Churchill is an epic and daring play; and in Caroline Steinbeis' production the cast rises to the occasion with unbreakable energy and pinpoint focus.
Battersea Arts Centre’s Scratch nights have always been about risk-taking and experimentation, and with Freshly Scratched – one of the two parallel programmes in this year’s Scratch Festival – the venue’s staff are taking almost as big a risk as … Continued
This unconventional bio-drama is like a macabre inversion of the usual Christmas theatre outing.