How to Build a Lighthouse / Working On My Night Moves

How to Build a Lighthouse / Working On My Night Moves

The Yard · 18 FEB - 22 FEB

Part of NOW Festival 2020

Overview

BEN TARGET
How to Build a Lighthouse // 7.30pm
Tales of belonging, goodbyes, forgiveness. life that spans oceans.

Critically-acclaimed artist and Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Ben Target presents a tender show for the soft-hearted. A show about goodbyes, loneliness and never being able to feel at home. It’s time to say goodbye to your baggage with storytelling, origami tutorials and thumping rock anthems.

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JULIA CROFT AND NISHA MADHAN
Working On My Night Moves // 9pm
A mesmerising dreamscape of tinfoil astronauts, dispersing atoms, The Wizard of Oz and Enya, inverting, making and remaking the entirety of time and space.

Winner of a Total Theatre Award 2019, Julia Croft and Nisha Madhan are breaking the rules, the patriarchy and the space-time continuum. Working On My Night Moves is the search for multiple feminist futurisms, a reaching for outer space and a fever dream. With science fiction, quantum physics and dubstep mash ups, this is a quest for utopia.

Date & time

Opening 18 Feb 2020
Tue 18 Feb - Sat 22 Feb, 7.30pm

Venue

The Yard
Queen’s Yard, Hackney Wick E9 5EN London, UK · Get Directions
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