“Look Mum, no hands” a Double Bill of ‘Gods are Fallen and All Safety Gone’ by Selma Dimitrijeic and ‘Spacewang’ by Tom Wells
‘Gods are Fallen And All Safety Gone’ By Selma Dimitrijeic
‘Spacewang’ By Tom Wells
Directed by Jane Railton
For this production we are delighted to welcome local composer Sophie Hadlum who will be playing some of her cinematic classical piano pieces as a prelude to the plays.
‘Gods Are Fallen And All Safety Gone’ by Selma Dimitrijevic
The unusual title of the play is taken from John Steinbeck’s novel East of Eden and is an investigation into what happens when we discover that our parents are awed human beings, and that at some point, sooner than we think, they are suddenly going to disappear from our lives. An intimate and funny exploration of mother and daughter relationships.
‘Spacewang’ by Tom Wells
Nora, aged 14ish, has come to the beach to test out her new equipment. Her words reveal a chaotic life of school truancy, alcohol, shop-lifting and an obsession with making contact with extra-terrestrial aliens. As she talks we learn more about the reasons behind her problems and why she has felt compelled to come to the beach on this particular evening.
Journeys With ‘The Waste Land’
Spon Spun Exhibition
Nightmares and Nibbles
Halloween at The Weaver’s House
Emerge Festival 2018: Tess
Emerge Festival 2018: Things We Chose to Save
Emerge Festival 2018: Landscape (1989)
Emerge Festival 2018: The Welcome Revolution
The Exploded Circus