NT Connections and PQA Swindon

Remote

by Stef Smith
Venue:
The Weston Studio
Price:
£5 each / Multi-buy offer: Buy a ticket for this and another show on the same evening for £8
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour

Seven teenagers’ lives all intertwine over the course of a single evening as they make their way through the park on a seemingly normal autumn’s night. Remote is a play about protest, power and protecting yourself.

  • 7:00pm
NT Connections and Stagedoor Learning

Like There's No Tomorrow - Stagedoor Learning

created by the Belgrade Young Company with Justine Themen, Claire Procter and Liz Mytton
Venue:
The Weston Studio
Price:
£5 each / Multi-buy offer: Buy a ticket for this and another show on the same evening for £8.
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour

Like There’s No Tomorrow is about climate change. Set in an imagined city, now, the people are choking on the fumes from the cars and the factories, produced by the slavish commitment of the masses to mass consumerism and mass consumption and yet they still vote for more and more - more cheap clothes, more cheap travel, and more disposable goods in a fast ephemeral life.

  • 8:30pm
NT Connections and St Brendan's

Superglue

by Tim Crouch
Venue:
The Weston Studio
Price:
£5 each / Multi-buy offer: Buy a ticket for this and another show on the same evening for £8.
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour

Superglue tells the story of a group of climate activists gathering at a woodland burial ground to say goodbye to a friend who died during a protest. As they gather, they erect banners and they talk about their pasts and their futures, about peaceful action versus violent action, about how society dismisses them and undervalues their cause.

  • 7:00pm
NT Connections and St Gregory's

Like There's No Tomorrow - St Gregory's

created by the Belgrade Young Company with Justine Themen, Claire Procter and Liz Mytton
Venue:
The Weston Studio
Price:
£5 each / Multi-buy offer: Buy a ticket for this and another show on the same evening for £8.
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour

Like There’s No Tomorrow is about climate change. Set in an imagined city, now, the people are choking on the fumes from the cars and the factories, produced by the slavish commitment of the masses to mass consumerism and mass consumption and yet they still vote for more and more - more cheap clothes, more cheap travel, and more disposable goods in a fast ephemeral life.

  • 8:30pm
NT Connections and Strode College

Find A Partner!

by Miriam Battye
Venue:
Weston Studio
Price:
£5 each / Multi-buy offer: Buy a ticket for this and another show on the same evening for £8.
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour

Find a Partner! is about the sometimes catastrophic methods we use to find that elusive thing, love. This is Love Island scrutinised through a Black Mirror style lens as a group of young people compete to publicly couple up and fall in love forever, or die.... quite literally.

  • 8:00pm
NT Connections and Boomsatsuma

Cable Street

by Lisa Goldman
Venue:
The Weston Studio
Price:
£5 each / Multi-buy offer: Buy a ticket for this and another show on the same evening for £8.
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour
Warning:
Themes of fascism and some use of anti-Semitic language

Cable Street is about two girls growing up in London’s Jewish east end in the 1930s. Leah and Kitty are blood sisters, best friends and more...but they get caught up in the political turmoil caused by Oswald Mosley’s fascist Blackshirts.

  • 7:00pm
NT Connections and Boomsatsuma

Like There's No Tomorrow - Boomsatsuma

created by the Belgrade Young Company with Justine Themen, Claire Procter and Liz Mytton
Venue:
The Weston Studio
Price:
£5 each / Multi-buy offer: Buy a ticket for this and another show on the same evening for £8.
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour

Like There’s No Tomorrow is about climate change. Set in an imagined city, now, the people are choking on the fumes from the cars and the factories, produced by the slavish commitment of the masses to mass consumerism and mass consumption and yet they still vote for more and more - more cheap clothes, more cheap travel, and more disposable goods in a fast ephemeral life.

  • 8:30pm