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Signal Fires: Stories From The East
30th October 2020 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Norfolk’s fEAST theatre will join the UK’s leading touring companies as they come together for a national project bringing live performance to audiences at a time when physical touring is not possible. The aim of the project, Signal Fires, is a series of fireside performances that will connect audiences around the country with freelance artists and touring companies in a collective act of storytelling in a time of crisis for the theatre industry. The project is led by Headlong Theatre whose associate artistic director Holly Race Roughan said: ‘It has been incredibly inspiring and humbling to connect with so many different touring theatre companies, to be reminded of the sheer breadth and diversity of the UK touring ecology, the audiences we engage, and crucially what we now stand on the brink of losing. Touring theatre companies are vital for sharing stories across communities, so we can learn from each other and reimagine a future together.’
fEAST, who were forced to cancel their touring plans for 2020, will be inviting audiences to gather round to enjoy stories from the East of England outside Wells Maltings on the 30th of October and St George’s Theatre, Great Yarmouth on the 6th of November. In these socially distanced, Covid-safe, outdoor performances, seven actors from fEAST will perform scenes and songs from several of their best known shows and offer a glimpse of some new yet-to-be-performed work. The performance will take us on a journey through time and place from Yarmouth beach in the early 19th Century to Cromer and Norwich before the First World War via a 1943 US airbase near Wroxham and a medieval legend from our mist-shrouded saltmarshes.
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