Newcastle Alphabetti Theatre
Until Saturday 31st October 2015
As with all 3 productions, the audience is stood up around the space as the performance unfolds. Jessica springs from her bed and draws the audience into her performance. As she stands up, and stares you in the face, you will become drawn into the performance. Under Matt Jamie’s direction this is not a passive form of theatre.
Meat Factory by David Raynor looks at meat production and convenience foods such as chicken nuggets. Rosie is Shirley Dobson OBE, one of the North East’s leading business women. Not shy to brag about her achievements she is looking for investment to increase production.
Rosie’s performance is as funny as it is shocking. As she stares maniacally into your eyes and offers you the food products you know something is not quite right. Director Ali Pritchard has created the most interactive of the three shows.
Bar Opens 6.30pm. Performance starts 7.30pm
Alphabetti Theatre, The Basement 18 Newbridge Street West Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AW
£8 / £6
Approx. 1 Hour 15 minutes (including 3 x 15 minute intervals)
Capacity is limited –booking is essential.
Please be advised that this a promenade production, where audiences will be watching the show on their feet.