Friday 26th April
19:00 | Theatre | £9 (£5 Concession)
Belleville Rendezvous (a work in progress) - Blood Of The Young
Directed by Paul Brotherston
National Theatre of Scotland company-in-residence Blood of the Young (Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of), Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound) come to play with a modern classic of French cinema.
Blood of the Young’s take on this rip-roaring adventure story - full of bikes, gangsters, dogs, and one kick-ass Granny – comes with a live soundtrack of French pop covers as well as the company’s usual blend of irreverent comedy, dynamic physicality, and inventive staging.
A History of Paper by Oliver Emanuel & Gareth Williams
It starts when she puts a rude note through his letterbox. Hello Number 4, this is Number 6. Please could you shut the **** up? Ta. He posts an apology and – because he loves paper – an origami rose. She is delighted. They meet, fall in love and get married.
Then one day a letter arrives that will change them, and the world, forever…
A musical love story about a man and a woman and the little bits of paper that can mean so much.
A curated evening of spoken word, poetry and live music across the building.
Love The Sinner - Imogen Stirling Poetry
Poetry navigating a cityscape of the extraordinary and un-extraordinary – exploring sin within a self-betterment obsessed society.
Were you put off poetry at school? Give Hotchpotch Presents… a chance to show you how exciting it can be.
Plus a ZIPPED secret act to be revealed on the night.
View the full Rep Stripped lineup here