Posts Tagged ‘People Zoo’

Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness!

People Zoo present their new production Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness! at Hope Mill.  Previous production The Trial wowed Manchester and ended up at PUSH2017.  This play, written in 2002 by Anthony Neilson, is very different, offering new challenges and opportunities.  As we enter the space at Hope Mill, the small red circular stage sits ‘in… Continue Reading →

The Trial

People Zoo bring Franz Kafka’s The Trial to HOME as part of the PUSH Festival.  After successful runs at the Greater Manchester Fringe and the Edinburgh Fringe, this was a production I’d looked forward to seeing.  And in almost every way it didn’t disappoint. Josef K. awakes on his thirtieth birthday to find he has… Continue Reading →

Senseless Romance

It’s a fascinating play, is Senseless Romance from People Zoo Productions, written by Gavin Shankland and directed by Joe Mellor.  The real time action takes place over a short time, but each scene is repeated again and again, with subtle differences, both revealing what is in each character’s mind and offering alternative outcomes depending on… Continue Reading →