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Scratch Night


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Scratch Night


For one night, three groups of artists will put on three pieces of theatre that are in development. During the night the audience have a chance to give their feedback on what they think about each piece. Helping the artists understand how to shape and build their new work and improve their practice.

Saturday 22nd November

The scratch includes:

Fred & Barney

Alice Malseed

This is a new show which explores place and parties. It might get messy. Alice Malseed is a performance maker who has made and shown work widely across the UK. This is her Belfast debut.

The Deconstructed Coffee

Chris Grant

Taking some inspiration from a lady who orders a coffee in its individual parts from him in the café where he works, Chris would like to present to you his scratch experiment The Deconstructed Coffee

In Your Eyes

Megan Armitage

Who I am is who I think I am. Or is it who you tell me I am? What if I want to be someone else? This is an exploration of identity and what shapes it. What if you want to shed yours? And will the outside world allow you to?

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BOOKS!

We'd like your old books for our next show. We'll take old ones, new ones, small ones, big ones, pop-up ones or anything you could spare. We really really need them! If you can help us out by donating a few books just email us or drop them down to our office any time you like.

VOLUNTEERS CALL

We're looking for volunteers for our upcoming project Le Café, a new devised play running from February into March 2015 initially. You can find out more about the project and info about volunteering for it here and on our Opportunities page.

NEW SERVICES

We're expanding the help and advice we can give fellow artists with a new Services programme. Have a look at our list of initial services, that we've aimed at a range of artists and tried to make as flexible and useful as possible. 

PLAYWRIGHTS' BOOTCAMP

The creation of theatre experiences is shared by a whole production team. Playwrights' Bootcamp is a new venture that lets a group of up to ten writers dive into theatre as a live and intensely collaborative medium.

 

Workshops that connect people with the tools and techniques to tell stories

Merchandise and material from some of Accidental's favourite productions.

Help and guidance on demand