Table Manners is for a limited number of audience members, but there are a few spaces left for this year's showings. Full details below.
Friday, 15 May 2009
As part of my part-time role (somewhere in between senior lecturer and artist-in-residence) at Leeds Met University, I've been making a show with the final-year BA Contemporary Performance Practices students. This is the third year I've run this end-of-course module, and, being only slightly obsessed with the number 3, it does feel like this is the last installment of a trilogy of large-cast (for us at least) shows made in and for a particular space, Leeds Met's House 14 rehearsal room and performance studio. The first two pieces were Compendium in 2007 and A History of Objects in 2008, and this year's is called Table Manners. All three are theatre pieces that play with the performer/audience member relationship to a greater or lesser extent.