warnmcr: alternative facts and secret secrets...


Now doris day has been and gone, things are looking a little calmer, so this weekend venturing east will take you to Lauren Silver's Surprise on Sat 25 Feb at Theatre in the Mill, Bradford; or in Leeds: Rachael Young's OUT at Live Art Bistro (also on Sat 25 Feb) and Daniel Bye's Safe House at the HUB on Sun 26 Feb.

Next week (w/c 27 Feb) the only place to be in parts Mancunian is with Word of Warning at the Lowry for Proto-type Theater's A Machine on They're Secretly Building on Wed 1 Mar.  Also, later in the week HOME has Paul Auster's City of Glass (4-10 Mar).

Further afield, Axis, Crewe is busy with Proto-type Theater on Tue 28 Feb and Kieran Hurley's Heads Up on Thu 2 Mar; while Liz Rothschild's Outside the Box is at the LBT, Huddersfield on Fri 3 Mar. LEAP 2017 begins in Liverpool with Gary Clarke's COAL (Wed 1+ Thu 2 Mar) at the Unity Theatre.

The following week (w/c 6 Mar) is truly bonkers: SICK! Festival (8-25 Mar) kicks off with, in Week 1: Hiraeth (with our own Afreena Islam, Toni Dee Paul + Jamil Keating); plus Liz Agiss, Ridiculusmus and Sophie Willan.
Liverpool is also in full festival flow with LEAP 2017 (1-12 Mar) including  Stop Gap Theatre, Mary Pearson, Hetain Patel and Project O.  Also in Liverpool, Reckless Sleepers are at Liverpool Hope University. Liz Agiss (part of LEAP) and Katy Baird are at Edge Hill University; Matthews + Burtin are at Sale Waterside and Sophie Willan is also at Bradford Theatre in the Mill.

Hoping to see you at The Lowry for some secret secrets...



best

Tamsin

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Performance Programme Spring 2017

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.

warnmcr: now we are five...

My ears are still ringing from last night's otherworldly experience of FK Alexander becoming Judy Garland under the watchful eye of Andy Warhol at the Whitworth.  Unbelievably and quite fittingly, that was Word of Warning's 80th event and today is the fifth anniversary of our first ever public outing!

Back in the real world, the next couple of weeks activity seems a bit spread out:

This weekend sees the final epic Prince-celebratory blast of Queer Contact; while Jackie Hagan's Jumble Soul (wip) continues at Sale Waterside tonight, Fri 17 Feb; and Adam Pownall's Getting Better Slowly is also at the at the HUB, Leeds on Sun 19 Feb.

Next week (w/c 20 Feb) Lancaster Arts has Matthews + Burtin' The Best of Both Worlds  on Tue 21 Feb and a double bill of wips from Paper People Theatre + Theatre 42 on Wed 22 Feb; while on Thu 23 Feb Axis, Crewe has Michael Pinchbeck's Concerto.  Looking east, on Sat 25 Feb Theatre in the Mill, Bradford has Lauren Silver's Surprise and in Leeds, Live Art Bistro has Rachael Young's OUT; then on Sun 26 Feb the HUB has Daniel Bye's Safe House.

The following week (w/c 27 Feb) Axis, Crewe has Kieran Hurley and Proto-type Theater, who also join WoW at The Lowry; Liz Rothschild is at the LBT, Huddersfield and Paul Auster is at HOME.

I'm off to let last night's shenanigans fully sink in - have a good weekend!

best

Tamsin

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WORD OF WARNING
Performance Programme Spring 2017

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.

warnmcr: somewhere over the Warhol...


Blinking and just a bit bleary after a whistlestop trip to Bristol for IBT17 and an overnight drive, I can't quite believe that it's Friday all over again...

This weekend, tonight Fri 10 Feb, sees the opening of Queer Contact 2017; with Trans Creative and Le Gateau Chocolat's Black (both on Fri 10 + Sat 11 Feb); plus up in Preston there's Glen Neath + David Rosenberg Fiction on Sat 11 Feb at the Media Factory, Preston.

Next week (w/c 13 Feb) in parts Mancunian, Queer Contact keeps up the pace: on 14-16 Feb there's Milk's Joan; plus, there's a real crescendo on Thu 16 Feb with David Hoyle's Diamond and, of course (the biggie for us) is FK Alexander's (I Could Go On Singing) Over The Rainbow alongside a certain iconic pop art show at the Whitworth (6-9pm). 

Elsewhere Jackie Hagan's Jumble Soul (wip) is at Sale Waterside on Thu 16 and Fri 17 Feb; while further afield, Edge Hill University has a bumper week with Reckless Sleepers' Negative Space on Mon 13 + Tue 14 Feb; and Jamie Wood's Oh No! on Thu 16 Feb. Adam Pownall's Getting Better Slowly is also at the LBT, Huddersfield on Tue 14 Feb and at the HUB, Leeds on Sun 19 Feb.

The following week (w/c 20 Feb) Lancaster Arts has Matthews + Burtin and Theatre 42 + Paper People Theatre;  Axis, Crewe has Michael Pinchbeck; Theatre in the Mill has Lauren Silver; and in Leeds, Rachael Young is at Live Art Bistro and Daniel Bye is at The HUB.

Looking forward to seeing lots of you, somewhere over the rainbow...

best

Tamsin

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WORD OF WARNING
Performance Programme Spring 2017

Thu 16 Feb, 6-9pm. Free | Thursday Lates at the Whitworth during Queer Contact 2017
(I COULD GO ON SINGING) OVER THE RAINBOW
FK Alexander

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.

warnmcr: queering the pitch...


February has dawned, the is dust settling on the mind-altering world of Grantium and I'm finally starting to remember what a world post-NPO application is supposed to look like...

This weekend, tonight Fri 3 Feb you can catch RITE at Islington Mill; or in St Helen's, Heart of Glass has Laurence Clarke's Independence Day at The Citadel; while in Bradford, Theatre in the Mill has Rebecca Atkinson-Lord's The Class Project.

Next week (w/c 6 Feb) on Tue 7 and Wed 8 Feb Mark Thomas's The Red Shed is at The Lowry; on Wed 8 Feb Made in China's Tonight I'm Gonna To Be The New Me is at the Continental in Preston; on Thu 9 Feb Wendy Houstoun's Pact With Pointlessness is at Edge Hill University and Ridiculsumus's Give Me Your Love is at Axis, Crewe; and on Sat 11 Feb Glen Neath + David Rosenberg Fiction is a the Media Factory, Preston.

Meanwhile Queer Contact 2017 also gets going with Trans Creative and Le Gateau Chocolat's Black on Fri 10 and Sat 11 Feb.

The following week (w/c 13 Feb) Reckless Sleepers and Jamie Wood are at Edge Hill University; Adam Pownall is at the LBT, Huddersfield and the HUB, Leeds and  Jackie Hagan is at Sale Waterside.  Meanwhile Queer Contact has Milk; David Hoyle and of course, joins forces with Word of Warning and the Whitworth for FK Alexander's (I Could On Singing) Over The Rainbow.

In the meantime, I'm off to Bristol for a quick blast of In Between Time.

best

Tamsin

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WORD OF WARNING
Performance Programme Spring 2017

Thu 16 Feb, 6-9pm. Free | Thursday Lates at the Whitworth during Queer Contact 2017
(I COULD GO ON SINGING) OVER THE RAINBOW
FK Alexander

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.

warnmcr: pushing your buttons...


Unbelievably, that's pretty much it for January. Thanks to Massive Owl, Word of Warning is up and running for the year and the time for post-festive-hibernation is well and truly behind us...

This weekend PUSH concludes with Debs Gatenby's A Place Called Happiness and (the hÅb/STUN/Divergency supported) Cheryl Martin's Who Wants To Live Forever - both tonight Fri 27 and tomorrow Sat 28 Jan.  Meanwhile, over in Leeds Matt Allen's Real is at Live Art Bistro, Leeds on Sun 29 Jan.

Next week (w/c 30 Jan) seems a bit quiet but on Fri 3 Feb you have a choice: St Helen's Heart of Glass has Laurence Clarke's Independence Day at The Citadel  on Fri 3 Feb; while Theatre in the Mill, Bradford has Rebecca Atkinson-Lord's The Class Project.

The following week (w/c 6 Feb) more venues get going in earnest: there's Mark Thomas at the Lowry; Made in China in Preston; Wendy Houstoun at Edge Hill University; Ridiculsumus at Axis, Crewe plus the start of Queer Contact 2017. Added to all that, the travelling livearterati will be high-tailing it to Bristol for In Between Time.

For all those in the final throes of NPO - I share your pain - we too are counting the minutes to PUSH THE BUTTON.  See you on the other side!

best

Tamsin

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WORD OF WARNING
Performance Programme Spring 2017

Thu 16 Feb, 6-9pm. Free | Thursday Lates at the Whitworth during Queer Contact 2017
(I COULD GO ON SINGING) OVER THE RAINBOW
FK Alexander

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.

warnmcr: playing our trump card - WTF..?!


So, as January marches terrifyingly onwards, TV schedules fill with dystopian Twilight Zone futures, and some of us can no longer see the wood for the NPOs, this weekend PUSH continues at HOME with Mighty Heart's Now Is The Moment We Learn Hope on Sat 21 + Sun 22 Jan, while we'll be heading to the Royal Exchange for Project O's O on Sat 21 Jan.

Next week (w/c 23 Jan) of course sees the start of WoW's Spring - with Massive Owl's Castle Rock at the Lowry. It's pay what you decide and booking *very fast*, so act fast to pre-book your place! At HOME, PUSH concludes with Debs Gatenby's A Place Called Happiness and Cheryl Martin's Who Wants To Live Forever - both (26-28 Jan); and over in Leeds Matt Allen's Real is at Live Art Bistro, Leeds on Sun 29 Jan.

The following week (w/c 30 Jan) Laurence Clarke is at St Helen's Heart of Glass, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord is at Theatre in the Mill, Bradford and From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads is at The Lowry.

Hoping to see loads of you on Wednesday at Massive Owl's Castle Rock...

best

Tamsin

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WORD OF WARNING
Performance Programme Spring 2017

Wed 25 Jan, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
CASTLE ROCK
Massive Owl

Thu 16 Feb, 6-9pm. Free | Thursday Lates at the Whitworth during Queer Contact 2017
(I COULD GO ON SINGING) OVER THE RAINBOW
FK Alexander

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.

warnmcr: getting a push on...


The icy fingers of January are firmly gripped around us now, though mercifully with a 13 degree leap in internal temperature the dress code in the WoW office has now moved from sheepskin and woolly knits to Hawaiian shirts and flip-flops... (do they even do those in black?)

In the awakening world of the performative, this weekend you can catch Sohail Khan's O.P.L.A at Live Art Bistro in Leeds (tonight Fri 13 Jan). The main event in parts Mancunian is the beginning of HOME's PUSH Festival (14-28 Jan  - download schedule here).  Performances kick off on Sun 15 Jan with Louise Wallwein's The Island, The Sea, The Volunteer, The Refugee (repeated 18,19 +21 Jan).

Next week (w/c 16 Jan) PUSH continues with Powder Keg's Morale Is High (Since We Gave Up Hope) (16-18 Jan); From The Mill Theatre's I'm Standing Next To You (Mon 16 + Tue 17 Jan) and Mighty Heart's Now Is The Moment We Learn Hope on Sat 21 + Sun 22 Jan.  Meanwhile, possibly in more directly WoW style, Project O's O is at the Royal Exchange on Sat 21 Jan.
Elsewhere, in Liverpool at the Brink, Psychology Fringe on Wed 18 Jan sees an evening featuring Josh Coates, Henry Maybury and Ridiculusmus; while for the theatrically-minded Bowie fan, From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads is at The Met, Bury 0n Thu 19 Jan and at Slung Low's HUB, Leeds on Sun 22 Jan.  

The following week (w/c 23 Jan) sees the conclusion of PUSH with Debs Gatenby and Cheryl Martin; and over in Leeds Matt Allen is at Live Art Bistro, Leeds. 
The place to be however (with no hint of self-promotion) is at the Lowry on Wed 25 Jan for the launch of Word of Warning's Spring Programme with Massive Owl's Castle Rock - it's pay what you decide but do make sure to pre-book your place!

best

Tamsin

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WORD OF WARNING
Performance Programme Spring 2017

Wed 25 Jan, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
CASTLE ROCK
Massive Owl

Thu 16 Feb, 6-9pm. Free | Thursday Lates at the Whitworth during Queer Contact 2017
(I COULD GO ON SINGING) OVER THE RAINBOW
FK Alexander

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.
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warnmcr: frosty the Wo(W)man...


So as we shiver our way into 2017, things that we have learned to date in the baltic, 10º WoW office: knitting is your best friend and the temperature rises 2º for every extra body added. Nevertheless we are keeping warm by gearing up for another year of performative shenanigans which will see us host our 80th event...

Word of Warning's Spring 2017 kicks off on 25 Jan with a peculiarly David Lynch twist on an 80's classic; continuing in Feb with a warholian take on the ultimate torch song. In March we blow the whistle and lift the skirt of politics - then cap it all off with an April Fool of small-people proportions.

Before all that, THIS weekend, unusually in this normal January bastion of panto, the rest of the world is starting to wake up, with the Royal Exchange stealing a march on all the rest.  So if you're feeling performance starved, check out Daniel Bye's Going Viral at the Royal Exchange, tonight Fri 6 + tomorrow Sat 7 Jan.

Next week (w/c 9 Jan) not wanting to be left behind, HOME is also getting a move on with the PUSH Festival (14-28 Jan), though you might also want to pop across to Live Art Bistro in Leeds for Sohail Khan's O.P.L.A on Fri 13 Jan.

The following week (w/c 16 Jan) is mainly PUSH-dominated, though the Royal Exchange also has Project O or, further afield, Josh Coates is in Liverpool.  Alternatively for the theatrically-minded Bowie fan, From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads is at The Met, Bury and the HUB, Leeds.

To end, sadly, on a personal note, all of us at WoW were deeply shocked and saddened by the death of Deyika Nzeribe, Co-Chair of our partner, STUN. He will be sorely missed, read STUN’s tribute here.
 
best

Tamsin

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WORD OF WARNING
Performance Programme Spring 2017

Wed 25 Jan, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
CASTLE ROCK
Massive Owl

Thu 16 Feb, 6-9pm. Free | Thursday Lates at the Whitworth during Queer Contact 2017
(I COULD GO ON SINGING) OVER THE RAINBOW
FK Alexander

Wed 1 Mar, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | Part of WTF at The Lowry
A MACHINE THEY'RE SECRETLY BUILDING
Proto-type Theater

Thu 16 — Sat 18 Mar, 7.30pm. £12/10 | Studio at the Royal Exchange Theatre
COCK AND BULL
Nic Green
Sat 1 Apr, 12noon-4pm. Free | Z-arts

HAPHAZARD 2017
A free day out for the curious of all ages with an April Fool's twist.

warnmcr: fossil fuels and the pre-panto push...


Ok, so yes I'm reaching for subject lines but Word of Warning is reeling just a touch from the tour de force that was Greg Wohead's Comeback Special, which marked the end of our fifth (yes fifth - wood anniversary apparently) year of programme; and I'm still discombobulated by the frantic show-seeking motorway-fest of the last couple of weeks, which has seen me plough through snow, inundation and pestilence - not to mention an awful lot of traffic...

This weekend (Sat 19 + Sun 20 Nov) you could check out the very physical Tmesis Theatre's Happy Hour at the Lowry, tonight Fri 25 Nov - or further afield, in Sheffield, Powder Keg's Morale is High (Since We Gave Up Hope) at Theatre Delicatessen (Fri 25 + Sat 26 Nov) or in Leeds, Panic Lab's The Fox & The Hound at Live Art Bistro on Sat 26 Nov.

Next week (w/c 28 Nov) sees Company Chameleon's Witness at the Lowry on Tue 29 + Wed 30 Nov; while Igor and Moreno's Idiot-Syncrasy is at Lancaster Arts on Wed 30 Nov. Barrel Organ's Some People Talk About Violence is at Theatre Delicatessen, Sheffield (30 Nov-3 Dec) and Franko B's Milk and Blood is at East Street Arts, in Leeds on Thu 1 Dec.
Over in Liverpool, DaDaFest enters its final week with 3 pieces at the Bluecoat: Jo Bannon's Alba on Tue 29 Nov; Joey Hateley's DiRTY on Wed 30 Nov; and Tim Jeeves's The Kindness of Strangers on Thu 1 Dec.

Make the most of it as the following week (w/c 5 Dec) sees the start of the Xmas slow-down. The most WoW-friendly event is Sashkia Myers + Jamal Harewood at Live Art Bistro in Leeds on Thu 8 Dec; whilst also of interest in Manchester are Gary Clarke's COAL at Contact on Wed 7 + Thu 8 Dec (sold-out, check for returns); and Metis's World Factory at HOME (7-10 Dec).  A little further ahead, if you're after something more seasonal, there's Contact + Slung Low's The Siege of Christmas (15-22 Dec)

Unless something unmissable pops-up, this mail is going to go into panto-hibernation for a few weeks, but will be back in early January with news of Word of Warning's sixth year of programme. Have a good end of year break and see you with frosty new print in 2017!
 
best

Tamsin

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warnmcr: are you lonetwin tonight..?

So, this week's Tales of the M62 sees your dogged writer battle her way once more through the furthest reaches of north Manchester in a vain attempt to bypass the clogged artery of the north in search of great art...

This weekend (Sat 19 + Sun 20 Nov) sees the climax of Compass Festival in Leeds, including free citywide work by Stan's Cafe, Playing Up, Jordan Mackenzie, Tim Shaw, Felicity Barrow, Stephen Hodge, Rhiannon Armstrong plus the premiere of Lone Twin's Last Act of Rebellion.  In Liverpool, DaDaFest is underway (17 Nov-3 Dec).  Tonight, Fri 18 Nov, you can catch Liz Carr's Assisted Suicide: the Musical at the Unity; while over the weekend Martin O'Brien + Sheree Rose's The Viewing is at the Bluecoat (24 hr durational from 7pm on Sat 19 Nov. You can visit in person throughout, or watch online at midnight on Saturday via livestream).

Next week (w/c 21 Nov) in Mancunia, Word of Warning is back with our final show of the season, Greg Wohead's Comeback Special at Contact (Tue 22-Thu 24 Nov) while, for something more physical, Tmesis Theatre's Happy Hour is at the Lowry on Thu 24 + Fri 25 Nov.
Further afield, DaDaFest is ongoing in Liverpool with Project O's Swagga on Mon 21 Nov, Claire Cunningham's Give Me A Reason To Live on Wed 23 Nov and Sue Maclaine's Can I Start Again Please on Thu 24 Nov, all at the Unity.   Elsewhere, Annie Siddons's How (Not) To Live in Suburbia is at the Media Factory, Preston on Wed 23 Nov and Josh Coates's Get Yourself Together is at Theatre Delicatessen, Sheffield on Thu 24 Nov. 

The following week (w/c 28 Nov) sees Company Chameleon at the Lowry; Igor and Moreno in Lancaster; and Barrel Organ in Sheffield.

I meanwhile am attempting the unfeasible - to see 2 shows (Lone Twin and The Viewing) in 2 cities, 100 miles apart in 1 evening... If I achieve/survive that, I look forward to seeing you at Contact next week to get all shook-up by the lovely Greg Wohead!

best

Tamsin

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Tue 22 — Thu 24 Nov, 8pm. £13/7 | Contact
COMEBACK SPECIAL
Greg Wohead [post-show Q&A Tue 22]