Category Archives: theatre

“Rage and pain and fear and hope and love”: the power of autobiographical theatre, by Bella Heesom

I would read your diary if you let me. I would love to climb inside your mind. Just crack your skull open, clamber in, and nestle down into the secret, squishy parts of your psyche and see the world through your eyes.

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The Wild West comes to Barnstaple Fringe Fest via puppets in SPAGHETTI! (Is a Western)

Puppetry for grownups – Go ahead punk, come and see the show! Challenges a puppet theatre pastiche of Spaghetti Westerns, which made its Barnstaple Fringe Theatre Festival debut on June 23, and will continue to June 25.

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Broken Air Putting the Art into Dying: solo theatre performance inspired by Cornish artist Peter Lanyon at Barnstaple Fringfest

The life and death of Cornish artist Peter Lanyon is the inspiration for Paul Attmere’s solo show, Broken Air Putting the Art into Dying, which is at Barnstaple’s Fringe Theatrefest.

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Human vulnerability highlight in clown form in Bianca Bertalot’s Cinco Coisas

Brazillian artist Bianca Bertalot is taking her new show Cinco Coisas, a solo clown show inspired by the five basic developmental needs of a child – Place, Nurturing, Support, Protection and Limitation,  on a South West tour.

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What’s the Matter? Physics, physical comedy and a search for Schrodinger’s cat at Barnstaple’s Fringe TheatreFest

South West theatre company The Last Baguette are bringing science to life with their new comedy: What’s the Matter? – coming to Barnstaple’s Fringe TheatreFest this summer.

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