Sunday, 22 April 2018

Theatre in the Mill

With details of performances starting from 25 April:

Theatre in the Mill to host two of the digital dozen, Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear by Gameshow + regular events

Don't Miss:
The Believers Are But Brothers

Co-directed by Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley

Wednesday 25th April – Saturday 28th April

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Javaad Alipoor's Fringe First award-winning play envelops its audience in a digital realm, exploring the blurry and complex world of extremists, journalists and fantasists.

Regular events:

Flip Night Yo

Wednesday 2 May, 6.45pm at Theatre in the Mill

2 audio samples.
1 hour to warp, mash, crunch and filter it using whatever software, kit and equipment you want to bring - power, table space and a fully stocked bar provided. Share your process and results with your peers.

More info

Sunday Afternoon Cinema: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Sunday 29 April, 4pm at Theatre in the Mill - Hosted by CameraShy, CIC 

Feature: In the Iranian ghost-town Bad City, a place that reeks of death and loneliness, the townspeople are unaware they are being stalked by a lonesome vampire.

+ Short film before the feature: Meshes of the Afternoon

There will be a quiz afterwards!

Tickets: £4.  Concession/Students: £3

Theatre in the Mill to host two of the digital dozen

This month Theatre in the Mill are thrilled to have two of the award winners of the annual digital dozen award presenting work at the venue.  The Columbia University School of the Arts Digital Storytelling Lab’s “Digital Dozen” and its Breakthroughs in Storytelling awards honour the year’s most innovative narratives. Both Duncan Speakman and Javaad Alipoor are amongst this year’s twelve winners.
This Friday and Saturday audiences can get a first glimpse of Duncan Speakman’s new work ‘Only Expansion’ commissioned by Theatre in the Mill which follows the award-winning ‘It Must Have Been Dark By Then’.

The following week we are presenting Javaad’s Alipoor's The Believers are but Brothers. A vital, timely and unsettling new work, Javaad’s performance is a compelling exploration of global politics, and the colonization of online platforms by the extremes. More prescient than ever we believe this is one of the most important pieces of theatre from one of Bradford's most exciting voices. For more details see opposite.

Coming soon:

Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear - Gameshow

Friday 4th May, 7.30pm

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Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear is a show about ‘men’ and ‘women’ and how we all relate to each other. Audiences listen on headphones to Hannah Ringham (co-founder of SHUNT) who draws you into a hypnotic world of immersive sound and music.

‘An hour that gyrates and reverberates with questions about how men and women interact’
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear teaser

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