warnmcr: what's bugging you...



Today sees me starting the gear-up process for the upcoming Works Ahead 2018 - it's less smell of the greasepaint and more rustle of the kitchen foil as we set about reinforcing the black out... never say I don't treat you to trade secrets..!

This weekendRash Dash's Three Sisters is ongoing at the Royal Exchange Theatre (til 19 May); while in Leeds Live Art Bistro has Sh!t Theatre's DollyWould (courtesy of WYP) tonight Fri 11 and tomorrow Sat 12 May, when it is followed by JUICEBOX feat Mykki Blanco + David Hoyle; and Slung Low's HUB has Cheryl Martin's Who Wants To Live Forever on Sun 13 May.

Next week (w/c 14 May) it's all systems go. The aforementioned Works Ahead 2018 takes over STUN Studio at Z-arts on Thu 17 and Fri 18 May with a debugging of the Asperger's mind from Vijay Patel and an anthem to body positivity from Emma Geraghty.

Elsewhere, The Lowry's Week 53 Festival kicks off on Thu 16 May and includes Fat Roland's Seven Inch on Thu 17 + Fri 18 May (also on 24 + 25 May); Night Walks with Teenagers on Fri 18 + Sun 20 May;  MADHOUSE: Re-exit (18-25 May); Joseph Toonga + Grace Surman, in a parent and daughter double bill on Sat 19 May; and Swan Lake on Fri 18 + Sat 19 May.  Quick tip - if you look a bit lively there may be some Pay What You Decide tickets left...

On Sat 19 May there's also the women only Lone Women In The Not Quite Light-Flashes Of Wilderness happening late night in a Salford car park.

Beyond Mancunia there's Running Dog Theatre's Wanna Dance With Somebody on Tue 15 May at Axis, Crewe; and Christopher Brett Bailey's Suicide Notes at Bradford Theatre in the Mill on Fri 18 May.

The following week (w/c 21 May) Week 53 Festival continues til 28 May, with Dökksparking my interest, while Scottee is at HOME.  Further afield, Cheryl Martin is in Liverpool; Pauline Mayers in Bradford; Pink Suits + Sam Kennedy in Leeds; and Barrel Organ in Sheffield.

Really hoping to see you at Works Ahead - please do come and join us and support these fragile early steps for two new works. 

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Best

Tamsin


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    • Thu 17 + Fri 18 May, 7.30pm | STUN Studio at Z-arts
    • WORKS AHEAD 2018
    • Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel (double bill)
    Wed 13 Jun, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
    HISTORY HISTORY HISTORY
     

    warnmcr: banking the holiday...



    So with the bank holiday looming and seemingly threatening fine weather, the last thing you may want to do is sit in a black box - but if you do...

    This weekendRash Dash's Three Sisters is at the Royal Exchange Theatre (til 19 May); while Sh!t Theatre's DollyWould is at HOME (until Sat 5 May); or over in Bradford Gameshow's Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear is at Bradford Theatre in the Mill tonight Fri 4 May. And, if you really want a big weekend outing, GIFT Festival is on in Gateshead (Fri 4 - Sun 6 May - though check before you set out as their online box office seems to say everything is sold out).

    Next (w/c 7 May) is looking a bit on the quiet side but there's the LAUNCH 2018 graduand platform at Manchester College's Waterside Theatre on Wed 9 May; or Lucy Suggate + Conor Schumacher's OK Future is at the Bluecoat, Liverpool on Thu 10 May.  You can also head to Leeds where Live Art Bistro has Sh!t Theatre's DollyWould (courtesy of WYP) on Fri 11 + Sat 12 May, followed on Saturday by JUICEBOX feat Mykki Blanco + David Hoyle; and Slung Low's HUB has Cheryl Martin's Who Wants To Live Forever on Sun 13 May.

    The following week (w/c 14 May) things pick up pace with a vengeance. The Lowry's Week 53 Festival kicks off  with Fat RolandNight Walks with TeenagersMADHOUSE: Re-exitJoseph Toonga + Grace Surman - and Swan Lake.  Further afield there's Running Dog Theatre in Crewe; and Christopher Brett Bailey in Bradford. 
    And, without the slightest glimmer of bias, *the* place to be will be with Word of Warning for Works Ahead 2018 in STUN Studio at Z-arts (17+18 May)!

    Have a nice bank holiday!

    best

    Tamsin


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      • Thu 17 + Fri 18 May, 7.30pm. Tickets on-sale in April | STUN Studio at Z-arts
      • WORKS AHEAD 2018
      • Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel (double bill)
      Wed 13 Jun, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
      HISTORY HISTORY HISTORY
        

      warnmcr: mayday, mayday...



      Terrifyingly we're already on the cusp of May and with it the looming round of elections... while it might not be 'the big one', in this suffra-versary year, it's definitely time to make our voices heard.

      This weekend: in Mancunia, tonight Fri 27 Apr, there's Rachael Young's Nightclubbing at The Lowry; and Xavier Bobés's Things Easily Forgotten at HOME (until Sat 28 Apr); while in Bradford The Believers Are But Brothers is at Theatre in the Mill (also til Sat 28 Apr).

      Next week (w/c 30 Apr) Rash Dash's Three Sisters starts at the Royal Exchange Theatre (3-19 May); while Sh!t Theatre's DollyWould is at HOME (3-5 May). Further afield there's Two Destination Language's Breaking Bread: On Otherness event at Lancaster Arts on Thu 3 May; and Gameshow's Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear at Bradford Theatre in the Mill on Fri 4 May.

      The following week (w/c 7 May) brings a bit of bank holiday breathing space, but you can find Lucy Suggate at the Bluecoat, Liverpool; while in Leeds, WYP has Sh!t Theatre and the HUB has Cheryl Martin.

      Have a nice mayday!

      best

      Tamsin


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        • Thu 17 + Fri 18 May, 7.30pm. Tickets on-sale in April | STUN Studio at Z-arts
        • WORKS AHEAD 2018
        • Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel (double bill)
        Wed 13 Jun, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
        HISTORY HISTORY HISTORY

        warnmcr: spring's sprung and sprinted off...



        Maybe it's that one 'summer beer' last night, but today I'm feeling a touch seasonally discombobulated.  The TV is banging on about unprecedented heatwaves everywhere, while I'm looking at a grey Manchester morning and wondering if yesterday was our blink-and-you-miss-it Spring and Summer rolled into one...

        More predictably this weekend you can still catch Natalie Inside Out at The Lowry; and 2Magpies' Last Resort at Waterside Arts, Sale – both tonight Fri 20 Apr.  Further afield, Live Art Bistro, Leeds has Sardoville - For Only An Hour, also tonight Fri 20 Apr; while Bradford Theatre in the Mill has Duncan Speakman's Only Expansion sonic walk on both Fri 20 + Sat 21 Apr.

        Next week (w/c 23 Apr) in Mancunia there's Xavier Bobés's Things Easily Forgotten at HOME (25-28 Apr); and Rachael Young's Nightclubbing at The Lowry on Thu 27 + Fri 28 Apr. Elsewhere there's The Believers Are Not Brothers at Bradford Theatre in the Mill (25-28 Apr); or for something a bit more theatrical, there's Bolton Octagon's REVEAL Festival (25 Apr - 5 May).

        The following week (w/c 30 Apr) look out for Rash Dash doing Chekhov at the Royal Exchange Theatre and Sh!t Theatre at HOME. Further afield there's the Breaking Bread: On Otherness event in Lancaster and Gameshow in Bradford.

        best

        Tamsin


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          • Thu 17 + Fri 18 May, 7.30pm. Tickets on-sale in April | STUN Studio at Z-arts
          • WORKS AHEAD 2018
          • Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel (double bill)
          Wed 13 Jun, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
          HISTORY HISTORY HISTORY
           

          warnmcr: friggatriskaidekaphobia...



          And we're back... spring has allegedly sprung and it's the first of four Friday the 13ths for the year... In reality, this mail is brought to you by the miracle of auto-scheduling and I'm currently driving to Cardiff for Experimentica - so spare a thought for me on this less than auspicious date.
           
          Next week (w/c 16 Apr) the first shoots of the new performance season start to poke through. In parts Mancunian, at The Lowry there's Humanhood's Zero on Wed 18 Apr and Natalie Inside Out on Fri 20 Apr; while Waterside Arts, Sale has 2Magpies' Last Resort, also on Fri 20 Apr.  Further afield, on the west of the Pennines Mark Bruce Company's Macbeth is at Blackpool Grand on Tue 17 + Wed 18 Apr; Daniel Bye's Instructions For Border Crossing is at Liverpool Unity on Wed 18 Apr; and Third Angel's 600 People is at Burnley Mechanics on Fri 19 Apr. On t'other side, Live Art Bistro, Leeds has Madeleine Botet de Lacaze Dwell In on Thu 19 Apr and Sadoville - For Only An Hour on Fri 20 April; while Duncan Speakman's Only Expansion is at Bradford Theatre in the Mill on Fri 20 + Sat 21 Apr.

          The following week (w/c 23 Apr) in Mancunia there's Things Easily Forgotten at HOME; and Rachael Young at The Lowry. Elsewhere there's 21Common in Lancaster; The Believers Are Not Brothers in Bradford; or for something a bit more theatrical, there's Bolton Octagon's REVEALFestival.

          We, at Word of Warning, have just snuck out a couple of updates - tickets for Works Ahead 2018with Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel are now on sale; and we're pleased to announce that Deborah Pearson's History, History, History will also be with us at The Lowry on 13 June (tickets available from 16 May).

          best

          Tamsin


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            • WORKS AHEAD 2018
            • Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel (double bill)
            Wed 13 Jun, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
            HISTORY HISTORY HISTORY
             

            warnmcr: looks ahead...


            So, as a cold wind re-emerges from the east, if you're headed in that direction, tonight Fri 16 Mar there's Snakebox's Play (Akeim Toussaint Buck + Otis Jones) at Seven Artspace, Leeds and Commonwealth's Radical Acts at Bradford Theatre in the Mill; while in Manchester this weekend and next week you can still catch Contact's outing to Rusholme for Rasa's Handlooms (til 24 Mar).

            Next week (w/c 19 Mar) the LBT in Huddersfield kicks off A Festival - including A Scratch Night on Tue 20 Mar; while in Preston there's Derelict Live with LaPelle's Factory's The Black Cat at the Media Factory on Wed 21 Mar; and Sweetshop Revolution's BeautifuL is at the Capstone Theatre, Liverpool Hope University on Thu 22 Mar. Meanwhile in Leeds, Lone Twin's On Everest is at Stage@Leeds also on Thu 22 Mar.
            Closer to home, for the very young at heart, Simon Mole's Friends For All (directed by our own Peader Kirk) is at Z-arts on Sat 24 Mar.

            The following few weeks see the Easter hiatus - but you can catch the IF Dance Festival at Lancaster Arts on Mon 26 Mar; or, over in Huddersfield, the LBT continues A Festival with Sameena Hussain, Demi Nandhra (also at Theatre in the Mill on 12 + 13 Apr) Jackie Hagan on Fri 30 Mar; and Nathaniel Hall, Sonya Moorehead and Rhum and Clay on Sat 31 Mar. De Nada Dance Theatre's Toro: Beauty and the Bull is at The Lowry on Sun 1 April and Victoria Melody's Ugly Chief is at The Old Courts, Wigan on Fri 6 + Sat 7 Apr.

            This Weekly Warning is going to take advantage of the Easter lull, so will be back in April - when we'll also be putting on sale tickets for Works Ahead 2018 (Thu 17 + Fri 18 May ) - with new works in development from Vijay Patel and Emma Geraghty. 

            Have a good break!

            best

            Tamsin


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              • WORKS AHEAD 2018
              • Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel (double bill)
               
               

              warnmcr: spring awakening..?

              Allegedly the weather drama is over (at least as far as the newsworthy south is concerned, but keep checking Pennine routes) -  so if you want to get out and about, there's a busy weekend ahead:

              You can still catch Action Hero's Slaptalk on Sat 10 Mar at HOME and CYC + Sh!t Theatre's She Bangs The Drums at MOSI (until Sun 11 Mar).  In Leeds, Live Art Bistro has Age of The FELINE PURRFECT tonight, Fri 9 Mar; while Seven Artspace has Horse + Bamboo's Moonwatcher on Fri 9 Mar (also in Rossendale on Sat 10 + Sun 11 Mar); and Slung Low's HUB has Best of BE Festival on Sat 10  and Proto-type Theater's The Audit on Sun 11 Mar. Elsewhere, in Liverpool the Playhouse has Mark Thomas's Showtime from the Frontline (til Sat 10 Mar); while Unity has Alice Bunker-Whitney's Place and Chips (Fri 9 + Sat 10 Mar); and in Lancaster, Aliki Chapple's 666 Comments is at The Storey on Sat 10 Mar.

              Next week (w/c 12 Mar) Contact has Rasa's Handlooms in a saree shop in Rusholme (12-24 Mar); while the Lowry has Mark Thomas's Showtime From The Frontline (Tue 13 + Wed 14 Mar) and Ceci N'est Pas Noire + Clay  (Thu 15 Mar). Also on Thu 15 Mar is the Dance With Us platform at New Adelphi, University of Salford.

              Further afield, the Arts Centre at Edgehill University has Akademi's The Troth on Tue 13 Mar and Company Chameleon's 10  on Thu 15 Mar. Derelict at the Media Factory, Preston has Tin Can People's Katie and Pip on Wed 14 Mar. Snakebox's Play (Akeim Toussaint Buck + Otis Jones) is at Seven Artspace, Leeds on Thu 16 Mar; and Commonwealth's Radical Acts is in Bradford on Fri 17 Mar.

              The following week (w/c 19 Mar) seems to be seeing the slide towards Easter - but there's still  Derelict Live with LaPelle's Factory in Preston; and Sweetshop Revolution at Liverpool Hope.

              best

              Tamsin


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              WORKS AHEAD 2018
              • Annual new performance sampler, with participating artists to be announced.

              warnmcr: a pest in the west...


              So it's March already and while the 'beast from the east' ravages the country, here in the unique Manchester central micro-bubble it's being more of a pest in the west; though it is still functioning as an effective deterrent to actually going out to a show.  Hopefully next week will bring slightly more enticing travelling conditions, as crossing the Pennines seems a bit de rigueur at the moment...

              This weekend in parts Mancunian, you can still catch Company Chameleon 10 at the Lowry tonight, Fri 2 Mar; the Shamshad Khan-penned Horse + Bamboo's Moonwatcher at the Royal Exchange Theatre (Fri 2 + Sat 3 Mar); and the Free For Arts Festival at Plant NOMA on Sat 3 Mar - more artist info here.

              Heading west, Mapdance is at the Arts Centre at Edgehill University, tonight Fri 2 Mar; and, while braving the Pennines to Leeds doesn't seem advisable, for anyone already there - tonight Fri 2 Mar there's This Is Where It's At at Yorkshire Dance; and Git To The Bunker at Live Art Bistro; while on Sun 4 Mar Uncanny Theatre's Outrage is at the HUB. 

              Next week (w/c 5 Mar) HOME has two shows from Action Hero (the almost sold-out) Extraordinary Rendtion (7-9 Mar) and Slaptalk (Sat 10 Mar); plus Proud and Loud's Affirmations is at Manchester Art Gallery on Thu 8 Mar; while Contact brings CYC + Sh!t Theatre's She Bangs The Drums to MOSI (8-11 Mar).

              Further afield, Leeds remains the place to go: Live Art Bistro has Tom Cassani's Somebody Loves You Drive With Care on Thu 8 Mar and  Age of The FELINE PURRFECT on Fri 9 Mar. Seven Arts has Horse + Bamboo's Moonwatcher on Fri 9 Mar (also in Rossendale on Sat 10 + Sun 11 Mar); Slung Low's HUB has Best of BE Festival on Sat 10 Mar and Proto-type Theater's The Audit on Sat 10 Mar. Elsewhere, in Liverpool the Playhouse has Mark Thomas's Showtime from the Frontline (8-10 Mar); while Unity has Alice Bunker-Whitney's Place and Chips (Fri 9 + Sat 10 Mar); and in Lancaster, Aliki Chapple's 666 Comments is at The Storey on Sat 10 Mar.

              The following week (w/c 12 Mar) Rasa's Handlooms is in a saree shop in Rusholme; while Mark Thomas and Ceci N'est Pas Noire + Clay are at the Lowry. Beyond Mancunia, Akademi and Company Chameleon are at Edgehill; Tin Can People are in Preston; Snakebox are in Leeds; and Commonwealth are in Bradford.

              Keep warm and carry on...!

              best

              Tamsin


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              WORKS AHEAD 2018
              • Annual new performance sampler, with participating artists to be announced.
               
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              warnmcr: day of reckoning...


              While we might be basking in sunshine, don't be fooled as the icy grip of winter is due to descend again next week... but mercifully the performance world is warming up a bit.

              This weekend you can still catch The Bare Project's On The Outskirts of a Large Event at HOME and Gecko's The Wedding at Liverpool Playhouse (both til Sat 24 Feb).

              Next week (w/c 26 Feb) things really heat up: Word of Warning sticks its head above the parapet for its first public outing of 2018 to give global greed a reckoning courtesy of Proto-type Theater's The Audit at the Lowry on Wed 28 Feb (also at Lancaster Arts on Tue 27 Feb).  Also in Manchester, the Shamshad Khan-penned Horse + Bamboo's Moonstruck is at the Royal Exchange Theatre on Fri 2 and Sat 3 Feb; and the Free For Arts Festival is at Plant NOMA on Sat 3 Mar.

              Further afield, on Thu 1 Mar there's Sweetshop Revolution's BEAUTIFUL at the Arts Centre at Edgehill University; and Ryan O'Shea's I R A N at Axis Arts, Crewe; while on Fri 2 Mar (into Sat 3 Mar) Live Art Bistro has Git To The Bunker, an all-night lock-in described as a performative exhibition, on Fri 2 into Sat 3 Mar. Also in Leeds, Uncanny Theatre's Outrage is at the HUB on Sun 4 Mar.

              There's also a healthy dose of dance: on Thu 1 Mar with Company Chameleon's 10 at the Lowry and Verve's Mixed Bill at Lancaster Arts; on Fri 2 Mar there's Mapdance at the Arts Centre at Edgehill University; and This Is Where It's At at Yorkshire Dance, Leeds.

              The following week (w/c 5 Mar) there are two shows from Action Hero (Extraordinary Rendtion and Slaptalk) at HOME; plus Proud and Loud's Affirmations at Manchester Art Gallery.  Further afield, Leeds is busy with Tom Cassani, Age of The FELINE PURRFECT, Horse + Bamboo (also in Rossendale); Best of BE Festival and Proto-type Theater; while in Liverpool there's Mark Thomas and Alice Bunker-Whitney.

              Hope to see you at The Lowry for The Audit!

              best

              Tamsin


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              Wed 28 Feb, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | The Lowry
              THE AUDIT
               

              warnmcr: the cupboard's bare...


              With pancakes and flowers safely behind us, and before easter eggs fill the shelves, we've somehow already reached the middle of Feb and the cupboard's looking a bit bare...

              This weekend, though, you can still catch Sophie Willan's Branded at Bradford Theatre in the Mill or Louisa Claughton's Interchangeable Bodies at Live Art Bistro, Leeds, both on Fri 16 Feb; also in Leeds, there's Pauline Mayers's What If I Told You at WYP (tonight Fri 16 + tomorrow Sat 17 Feb); and Antonia Beck + Lucy Nicholls's The Death Show at HUB on Sun 18 Feb.

              Next week (w/c 19 Feb) in Manchester there's The Bare Project's On The Outskirts of a Large Event at HOME (21-24 Feb), while Gecko's The Wedding is at Liverpool Playhouse (also 21-24 Feb). Staying in more theatrical mode you can also catch Horse + Bamboo Theatre's The Moonwatcher at The Duke's, Lancaster (Tue 20 Feb), Bury Met (Wed 21 Feb) and The Grand Clitheroe (Fri 23 Feb).

              The following week (w/c 26 Feb) Proto-type Theater are in Lancaster and with WoW at the Lowry - which also hosts Company Chameleon; Horse + Bamboo are at the Royal Exchange Theatre; Sweetshop Revolution + Mapdance at Edgehill; Verve in Lancaster; Ryan O'Shea in Crewe; and Uncanny Theatre in Leeds.

              best

              Tamsin


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              Wed 28 Feb, 8pm. Pay What You Decide | The Lowry
              THE AUDIT