20th — 26th September
Over The Garden Wall is a shadow puppet show projected onto a washing line, inspired by stories from Liverpool neighbours.
Guaranteed fun, cosmic dancing and milky way madness, PhoneHome is a whirlwind of physical theatre, spoken word and live music that explores a unique perspective of lockdown and navigating the return to normality.
Using clowning and large-scale puppetry, we follow friends who have left their homes and are on an adventure to build a new one, meeting new people and discovering new places along the way.
15th — 17th October
The Weight of Repopulating a Nation is an autobiographical performance from Leianna Boodaghian that documents her journey as she uncovers her own story and her community’s.
A Greasy Spoon is a dark comedy set in an absurd heightened reality…a café in Liverpool.
Drawing on the raw essence of scouse charm, humour and grit, Stayin’ Alive by Victoria Oxley follows the story of Maggie as she confronts her mental health problems and the loss of her Grandmother.
Sirens, Men and Crabs is a surreal blend of clown and dark comedy that will turn Ancient Greece upside down.
BlackFest’s ‘Borderline Funk’ group are proud to present a verbatim piece of Theatre For Social Change based on the theme of protest.
22nd — 24th October
That’s What She Said explores the experiences of six young women on holiday in Ibiza, how they navigate the divisions that have been forged between women of different class, race and background.
12th — 14th November
This a meal, a ritual and a performance work in progress about what it means to be descended from African slaves.
How to Kill a Rose, by Felix Mufti-Wright, shines a light on the issue of domestic abuse within the transgender community.
Is there such a thing as an ordinary day when you are making a family? Will they face their fears in unity or will they crack under the pressure of their own separate expectations?
We consume information that’s broadcast daily from the lives of a thousand strangers… so why do I feel so alone?