1623 and Derby Theatre present
Friday 6 December 2013
8pm at Derby Theatre Studio, Westfield Centre, Derby DE1 2NF
A scratch / work-in-progress performance and discussion.
"Where have I been? Where am I?"
: King Lear
Join us for an evening of theatrical and digital experimentation as we share a scratch / work-in-progress performance, inspired by participatory research, that brings together Shakespearean text, new writing, digital art and live performance.
Between July and November, we've been exploring King Lear in the context of dementia with medical experts, professional carers, people living with dementia and their families, and members of the public. Find out more about the research by clicking here.
For the first week in December, our development team are turning the research into a new piece of theatre that we'll share with you on 6 December. We'll also share our research findings and ask you for your comments after the performance.
Come and be part of this exciting new project!
Julia Damassa storyshaper
Emma Fitzpatrick researcher
Gerry Flanaghan actor
Steven O'Key assistant
Christopher Lydon producer
Darius Powell digital artist
Grace Scott actor
Emily Sly assistant
Ben Spiller director
Jane Upton playwright
To book, click here or call Derby Theatre Box Office on 01332 593939
Tickets £5 per person
1623 and QUAD present
Mondays 16 December 2013 and 20 January 2014
6.30-8.30pm at QUAD, Cathedral Quarter, Derby
Shakespeare Night is our monthly discussion event.
"Let's talk; it is not day"
: Romeo and Juliet
Discussions are based on plays, sonnets and adaptations of Shakespeare's work within the context of QUAD's season themes
Unconventional, unpredictable and fun, Shakespeare Night is open to everyone from beginners to seasoned Shakespeareans
To book, click here or call QUAD Box Office on 01332 290606
Tickets £3 per person per session