Theatre Scratch Night: March 2015, 7.30pm
At The Old Fire Station
A night of work in progress from theatre makers, including discussion and networking opportunities
Next month’s lineup is to include three works in progress and an update from OTM:
The Sinking of Eva (Reflections on a Tragedy)
Written by Natasha Campbell
The Sinking of Eva is a piece in poetry told through the eyes of a middle aged woman about her elderly mother’s decline into Alzheimer’s from pre-diagnosis through to death.
High as Sugar
Written and Performed by Tanner Effinger
High As Sugar is a one-man musical about a trans woman living in New York City in 1970. Inspired by the true life of recently deceased actress and Warhol superstar, Holly Woodlawn.
Oxfordshire Theatre Makers
An update on OTM, (the network for Oxfordshire-based theatre makers), how to get involved in our activities, and a chance to sign up to be a member during the interval.
Written by Bethan Kitchen
After graduating from University, Kayleigh is struggling to live at home without the solidity of student life. Remembering the romanticised tales of prison life her Dad told her as a child, she now believes getting arrested could be the ideal escape route from this frightening feeling of anonymity.
This March the night is free to attend (suggested donation of £3-5), however it would be great if you could sign up to attend here so we know who is coming.