Friday, 24 April 2009

Last Chance To See?

Well, for a while at least...  Next week Presumption is on at Leicester's fantastic new CURVE venue, with a post-show discussion on Wednesday.  This is the show's last scheduled outing for a while.  There will hopefully be some international work with it next year, but this could be the last showing in the UK.  It's our most performed show to date, following the three week run in London just before Christmas.  That run produced a real range of reviews, from raves to stinkers, which I liked.  But my favourite review was on Culture Wars, headlined 'A warm bath, run by another'.

Also on its possible final outing is 9 Billion Miles From Home, which we're taking to the greenroom in Manchester on Friday evening.  It's nice, as ever, to be going back to the greenroom, who we've been working with for 12 years now, for this possibly-last performance, as we know we'll be well looked after.  If you're coming down, there's a Seed Fund project, "Moi..?" by Gemma Neep at 7pm, which is free if you've got a ticket for us - which is a really nice initiative that the greenroom are running.  The 'durational ritual' part of our performance will begin at 7.30pm, with show time officially at 8pm, plus an after-show discussion.

These projects have both been around for a few years now, in their different guises, so it won't be an entirely emotion-free week, putting them [temporarily] away.

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