Friday, 20 May 2016

Threshold Schwa at Theatre in the Mill, 21 May 2016

Coming up at Theatre in the Mill, as part of Bradford Literature Festival, you can look forward to Threshold Schwa:

Coming up at Theatre in the Mill - Bradford Literature Festival present: a discussion on theatre from leading experts in the industry, new work from Iain Bloomfield & a guest appearance from Harry Leslie Smith

Don't miss: Bradford Literature Festival at Theatre in the Mill

Sat 21st May, 7.30pm
Original songs, reworkings of classic texts and beautiful story-telling combine to make this an evening of warmth and contemplation of the meaning of welcome.
Mon 23rd - Tues 24th May
Exploring power that feels invulnerable and asking you, the audience, to play a crucial role. The beginning of an attempt to remake how we make and the start of a much bigger journey.
Ralph Dartford, Kirsty Taylor - Come Sunday

Sunday, 29th May, 7:30 pm

Join A Firm of Poets for a performance of twenty-four poems spanning midnight to midnight on the seventh day. From Manningham to New Orleans, Melbourne to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, everything changes come Sunday.
Arts Debate Whose Story? Whose Narrative?

Sun 22nd May, 2 - 3.15pm

Bradford Literature Festival have brought together leading voices and experts from the theatre world to discuss the UK’s theatrical landscape. With Iain Bloomfield, Kully Thiarai (National Theatre Wales), Alan Lyddiard (The Performance Ensemble), Jenny Sealey MBE (Graeae) and Neil Darlison (Arts Council England)
Ambreen Razia - Diary of a Hounslow Girl
Thursday, 26th May, 7:30 pm

Told through the eyes of a 16-year-old British Muslim Girl growing up in West London. From traditional Pakistani weddings to fights on the night bus, this is a funny, bold, provocative play.
Sing & Louder Sing: 509 Arts (with Ziauddin Sardar & Harry Leslie Smith)

Sun, 22nd May, 3:30 - 5.30pm

Men, Ageing & Mortality. Exploring men’s experiences of change – physical, emotional & attitudinal, as they move through their 7th, 8th & 9th decades
Bashar Farhat, Emma Frankland, Sarbjit Kaur, Yasir Mirza - Transition: Embracing New Identities and Language

Saturday, 28th May 7:00 pm

A unique two-part event combining panel discussion and performance, exploring the way we experience shifts in our identities and the many forms that process can take.

Also coming soon to Theatre in the Mill: 

Transit - ZENDEH

Saturday 11th June, 7.30pm
A new performance exploring the impact of the shooting down of Iran Air Flight 655 on one father daughter relationship. 

ZENDEH is an award-winning national touring theatre company with a reputation for making high quality, modern and relevant new work exploring themes such as migration, justice and gender equality.
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