Nearly there yet: Move On

Work in Development, Ideas Stage Work

"Sorry, sorry, I’ll be out of your hair in a minute." So begins ‘Move on’, in which a highly skilled British circus performer has been forced to take a job cleaning theatre dressing rooms in Budapest. As the piece unfolds, his frustration becomes clear. Confined, misplaced, overlooked, misunderstood – and unable to fully express himself in this tiny space (as we are constantly reminded) he complains to an audience of one: “I wish you spoke English, it would make my situation so much easier to explain”.
Developed with Director/writer Umar Ahmed.

Current state of project

Created with financial support from Lab:time and support from Stratford Circus, Proteus Theatre.
At the time of writing, no. In March 2017 I will have conducted an initial week of R&D supported by Lab:time and Stratford Circus.
Further R&D March 2017. Full rehearsal May-June 2017. Touring June 2017 onwards.

Looking for
Co-commissioning, Development Time, Funding Advice, Production Support, Rehearsal Space, Residency Advice, Space in Kind

Min width
Min depth
Min height
Full tech spec
Lighting plan
Get-in / get-out
Requires tech support for get-in
Performers / crew on tour