We have two great shows currently on virtual tours coming up at the beginning of May that we think you might like - see below for more info and how to access online. Enjoy!
Right Lines Productions Presents
Rapid Departure | Sat 2 May, 7.30pm
Live theatre (almost) from the comfort of your own armchair! Right Lines Productions thought it would be good to contribute to the online offerings by releasing a recorded version of Rapid Departure. And it’s FREE!
How it works:
1. At 7.30pm on Sat 2 Mayclick on the linkand the show will begin.
2. If you don’t make the exact start time, fear not, latecomers will be admitted! The show will start from the beginning whenever you click on the link.
3. Please pass this info and link onto friends and family anywhere in the world.
4. Right Lines Productions is offering this performance free of charge, but if you would like to make a donation to support the work of the company, please click here.
The surrounding area has been hit by a freak flood and the locals (the audience) are guided to the safety of the Village Hall, the designated Emergency Rest Centre. Environmental calamities are on the increase and extreme weather conditions can arise at any moment. The question is, how would we all cope? Plunged into the fraught world of the rural Rest Centre, the evacuees and officials grapple with the ever-deepening crisis both outside the Hall – and in!
Right Lines can always be relied upon to make a drama out of a crisis. In this evening of immersive comedy, our five characters are desperately trying to keep their heads above water as the Emergency Plan is swept away before their very eyes!
STYX By Second Body | Mon 4 May, 7pm (intro), 7.30pm (show starts)
How it works:
1. At 7pm on Mon 4 May visit our Facebook page where there will be a live intro to the show with Jethro and Max and an invitation to go and get yourself a whisky. The show then starts at 7.30pm.
An award-winning theatre-concert about memory loss, legacy and myth performed by an international supergroup of musicians. Seventy years ago, two lovers open the Orpheus music club in London. Elsewhere in time, Greek mythology's first composer turns to reach back for his lost love. STYX flows between testament and family legacy, the stories we tell each other and the music that bridges the two. Original songs, live sound-processing and personal recordings bring to light what it is to live and die with dementia, and the imprints that outlast the decay of our memories. Fringe World Weekly Award Winner 2019 ★★★★★ (FringeFeed).
A moving and outstanding experience unlike anything I have seen at the Edinburgh Fringe.[...] Incredibly beautiful and emotional theatre.
Rousing, soulful music, at once full of life and mourning.[...] STYX evokes a half-remembered song suddenly falling into a melody, with the people you love buried between the notes.