Posts Tagged ‘home’

MIF: Returning to Reims

The post show discussion at HOME of this MIF17 production is one of the best attended I’ve seen, testament to the power of the director, Thomas Ostermeier (of Schaubühne Berlin) and the author of the text that inspired the play, Didier Eribon.  Drawing parallels across France, Germany and the UK, Returning to Reims critically analyses… Continue Reading →

FLARE17: HOME double bill 8 July

The final performance of FLARE17 is at HOME and we’re treated to two impressive and completely polar performances. Moore Bacon! by Bosse Provoost and Kobe Chielens/de polen (Belgium) Moore Bacon! plays with the spectator’ s eye, creating form, texture and colour in the imagination as much as the reality of the stage. On the face of… Continue Reading →

FLARE: HOME Double Bill

FLARE opens in Manchester with the first double bill at HOME. ONE: BOG (Netherlands) ‘ONE is about all things: time, space, light, sound, organisms, objects, people, feelings and thoughts.’  A lamp mounted on a wheel at the end of a metal rod transcribes a circle on a white stage, periodically making the performer step over… Continue Reading →

Operation Black Antler

There was a moment in Operation Black Antler (from Blast Theory/Hydrocracker and HOME) where I and one of my undercover team finally get an introduction to one of the key people in the operation we are trying to infiltrate.  It’s been hard work persuading our contact to believe that we are sufficiently committed to their… Continue Reading →

Rose

HOME presents the first UK revival of Martin Sherman’s award-winning Rose, which premiered at the National Theatre in London in 1999. Directed by Richard Beecham, Janet Suzman takes on the role of the eponymous Rose, recounting her fractured life from her home in Miami. It’s a tough call for a single actor to engage an audience for… Continue Reading →