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Mike McGrother and Scott Turnbull invite four local artists to perform alongside them in this month’s Teesside Archetype. They will explore what makes us human… and Teessiders.

Musical, theatrical, comedic and thought provoking, what more could you want from a night at the theatre? Special guests include Ross Millard from The Futureheads, Local Film-maker Andy Berriman, Theatre-maker Umar Butt and Vocalist Milly Blue. Not only that, we have 2 choirs to sing us out – The Infant Hercules and The Ironopolettes. This one is gonna be a real banger! And if you fancy a sing along in the bar after – you’re in the right place!

Ross Millard (Musician) will be performing a work in progress from a forthcoming National Theatre musical project I’m working on with Maria Crocker and Lindsay Rodden. It’s set on Teesside in 2015 and is an ensemble story, but focusses on a girl who unexpectedly discovers photography as a way of expressing herself. She falls in love with the landscape, big sky and the everyday happenings in her community.

Milly Blue (Musician) will be showcasing her vocal skills and totally unique performance style with songs from her upcoming album ‘Elephant Baby’ which includes a song about Roseberry Topping.

Umar Butt (Theatre Maker & ARC Associate Artist) will be performing an extract from Alex & Eliza which made The Stage’s top 5 shows of Nov 2019.

Andy Berriman is a local filmmaker and writer. He will be pre-recording and premiering his comedy sketch – Manspreading. As if that’s not enough, Scott Turnbull will be performing a short excerpt from his upcoming show Tales from The Smog (which premieres at ARC). Then to top it all off, Mike McGrother on Fiddle, The Infant Hercules and The Ironopolettes choirs to sing us out. Join us to celebrate Teesside’s Creative Archetypes at ARC

This event also takes place online, see below for tickets.