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Upcoming Performances

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Apr
7
2:30 PM14:30

Do You Mind? @ The Swindon Fringe Festival

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are unable to bring Sealfie to the Swindon Fringe Festival.

Do not worry! We won't leave you hanging! Instead, we are dragging Do You Mind? out of retirement and BACK to the Swindon Fringe Festival for the second time! So if you missed it back in 2016, you've got another chance to catch it this year!

Do You Mind? is a show about dating, trust and Generalised Anxiety Disorder that combines story-telling, puppetry and an old-school overhead projector to share one moment of honesty between one woman and a man she really fancies.

Double billed with Individual Medley by Katrina Quinn 

An afternoon of honesty, humour and learning to breathe.

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Do You Mind? - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016
May
28
3:30 PM15:30

Do You Mind? - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016

Do You Mind? brought to you by Bear Dog, uses storytelling, puppetry and an old-school overhead projector to present a moving piece about the experience of having Generalised Anxiety Disorder and how it affects the life and relationships of one woman, expressed through a single moment in her life.

 

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Buttons - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016
May
27
3:30 PM15:30

Buttons - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016

Joni is a puppeteer.

Dana is not.

Dana is a Jew.

Joni is not.

Buttons is a show about their journey to Auschwitz and the stories they discovered on the way.

Using a mixture of live performance, spoken word, shadow puppetry and object manipulation Joni and Dana attempt to recount the story of their ‘sort of’ holiday, whilst exploring the themes of memory, family and war.

 

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Do You Mind? - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016
May
26
6:30 PM18:30

Do You Mind? - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016

Do You Mind? brought to you by Bear Dog, uses storytelling, puppetry and an old-school overhead projector to present a moving piece about the experience of having Generalised Anxiety Disorder and how it affects the life and relationships of one woman, expressed through a single moment in her life.

 

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Buttons - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016
May
25
6:30 PM18:30

Buttons - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016

 

Joni is a puppeteer.

Dana is not.

Dana is a Jew.

Joni is not.

Buttons is a show about their journey to Auschwitz and the stories they discovered on the way.

Using a mixture of live performance, spoken word, shadow puppetry and object manipulation Joni and Dana attempt to recount the story of their ‘sort of’ holiday, whilst exploring the themes of memory, family and war.

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Buttons - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016
May
23
6:30 PM18:30

Buttons - Brighton Fringe Festival 2016

Joni is a puppeteer.

Dana is not.

Dana is a Jew.

Joni is not.

Buttons is a show about their journey to Auschwitz and the stories they discovered on the way.

Using a mixture of live performance, spoken word, shadow puppetry and object manipulation Joni and Dana attempt to recount the story of their ‘sort of’ holiday, whilst exploring the themes of memory, family and war.

 

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Do You Mind? at the Swindon Fringe Festival
Apr
6
7:00 PM19:00

Do You Mind? at the Swindon Fringe Festival

As part of the Swindon Fringe Festival

Do You Mind? brought to you by Bear Dog, uses storytelling, puppetry and an old-school overhead projector to present a moving piece about the experience of having Generalised Anxiety Disorder and how it affects the life and relationships of one woman, expressed through a single moment in her life. The same evening we have Rob Gee bringing Forget Me Not, which is primarily a whodunit, using many of the tropes and plot devices familiar to the genre. It’s also a one-person spoken word comedy theatre show that has a lot to say about how we treat and perceive people with dementia.

Tickets: £10

Tickets via the Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
              Phone: 01793 524 481
              Online: swindontheatres.co.uk
 

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