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Where Do All the Dead Pigeons Go?

AllTheDeadPigeons_listing.jpgScott Turnbull is a Stockton-born theatre maker, actor and writer. His new show, Where Do All the Dead Pigeons Go? premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this month and gained some brilliant reviews. Before he performs the show here, Scott has recorded a very special vlog for us.

Try it at ARC

NeedleFeltFarm_listing.jpgWe wanted to increase the breadth and scope of creative activity accessible to all adults within Stockton and the surrounding areas, and came up with the idea of running a series of one-off workshops aimed at people who wanted to try something new.

Collaboration

UnderTheBed_listing_PWYD.jpgUnder the Bed comes to ARC on Thursday 29 September, and is presented by 154 Collective. We asked musician and composer Nick Lewis what it was like to make a show involving seven artists who weren’t all in the same room.

 

 

 

 

Utopia / Dystopia / Lego

Nuketown.jpgARC is a producing theatre. This means that we commission artists to develop new work and support them as they go out on tour around the UK. Earlier this year, we partnered with The Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter and Derby Theatre for Transit, a package of support for a ‘mid-career’ artist or company to produce a piece of theatre for small-scale spaces that is ambitious in size and content.

 

 

 

A chat with Grow Up Grandad's teenage stars

gug image2_6.jpgAhead of the return of Steelworks theatre’s Grow Up Grandad in September, we’ve been chatting to Eliza Dobson, 14, and Rose Allen, 13, the two young actresses who will be reprising the role of troublesome teenager, Poppy.

 

 

 

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