warnmcr: off the rails...

This morning finds me more than a little bleary, from a train-tube-overground roundtrip railfest last night to see new shows by Stacy Makishi and Lucy Hutson (if you're heading to London in the next few weeks, check out NOW 18 at The Yard - just maybe don't try there and back in the night!)  Meanwhile, I'll attempt to offer some clarity on this week's offerings much closer to home:

This weekend, tonight Fri 19 Jan, you might still catch Reckless Sleepers' The Last Supper at Salford University's Digital Performance Lab (says it's sold out but keep an eye on the site); while tomorrow, Sat 20 Jan, The Lowry has Michela Pelusio's Space Time Helix.

Next week (w/c 22 Jan) PUSH continues at HOME, including Meraki Collective's Only Speak When Spoken To on Tue 23 and Wed 24 Jan; and Hercules Productions' Rasta Liv (25-27 Jan).  The Lowry has two durational pieces from Adam York Gregory + Gillian Jane Lees  (of Proto-type Theater): on Thu 24 Jan Perspective is not a science (but a hope) with Salford University; and on Fri 25 Jan, Present Tense (look out for Proto-type Theater's The Audit in March - on sale 2 Feb). Oldham Coliseum has Lemn Sissay's Something Dark on Thu 25 Jan plus the kick-off of Queer Contact 2018 (27 Jan-24 Feb) with a Mother's Ruin on Sat 27 Jan. Further afield Lancaster Arts launches its season on Tue 23 Jan with 21 Common's Dancer;  Stage@Leeds has Keira Martin's Here Comes Trouble on Thu 25 Jan; while Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse has Bryony Kimmings + Brian Lobel's A Pacifist's Guide To The War On Cancer (26 Jan - 3 Feb)

The following week (w/c 29 Jan) Hofesh Schechter is at HOME; Rebekka Platt is at Partisan; Massive Owl are at Axis, Crewe and Keisha Thompson is at Liverpool Unity.

I'm off to imbibe more caffeine to counteract the effects of getting to Hackney Wick and back in the evening!

best

Tamsin


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warnmcr: pushing on...


It's a whole new year and I'm battling to crawl out of the hideous void that was December 2017, when this Weekly Warning lost its most avid reader, my mum.  So, in her memory, here's my first attempt to look forward to 2018:

Thanks to the Royal Exchange and HOME, the year gets off to a flying start.  This weekend you can still catch Tim Cowbury (Made in China)'s The Claim at Royal Exchange Theatre (until Sat 13 Jan).  HOME's PUSH 2018 (12-27 Jan) also kicks off, and tomorrow (Sat 13 Jan) has Propel, a day of sharings including James Monaghan (Sheep Knuckle)'s Forrest, Elmi Ali's Said The Seismograph About The Tremor and Josh Coates + Ali Pidsley's Untitled A.I. Project Interactive Workshop.

Next week (w/c 15 Jan), PUSH continues with two shows by YESYESNONO: Insert Slogan Here on Mon 15 and Tue 16 Jan; and 5 Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist on Mon 15 and Wed 17 Jan.  Salford University's Digital Performance Lab also plays host to Reckless Sleepers' The Last Supper on Thu 18 (sold out) + Fri 19 Jan; while The Lowry has Michela Pelusio's Space Time Helix on Sat 20 Jan.

The following week (w/c 22 Jan) PUSH continues, including Meraki Collective and Hercules Productions; while at The Lowry there are two durational pieces from Adam York Gregory + Gillian Jane Lees  (of Proto-type Theater) working with Salford University; and Queer Contact 2018 (27 Jan-24 Feb) kicks off with a Mother's Ruin at Oldham Coliseum (which also hosts Lemn Sissay); while further afield Stage@Leeds has Keira Martin; and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse has A Pacifist's Guide To The War On Cancer.
 
So basically - if you're post-xmas stir-crazy, I think there's something there that will pretty much fill every night to the end of the month..!

best

Tamsin


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warnmcr: December dawns...


So December is upon us, the world is one big pantomime and we can no longer pretend that tinsel tat season is not nigh. On the upside, it also means you get a break from my weekly musings...

In the meantime, this weekend you can still catch Forced Entertainment's Real Magic at HOME tonight, Fri 1 Dec; and Mawaan Rizwan's Twerk in Progress at Contact tomorrow, Sat 2 Dec. Further afield tonight, Fri 1 Dec you can take your pick from Greg Wohead's Call It A Day (wip) at Bradford Theatre in the Mill or Jamal Gerald's Dogmatic at Live Art Bistro, Leeds, which also has Hannah Mook + XVElastin's Me and My Whale (wip) on Sat 2 Dec. Tangled Dance's Frosted by Magic is also at Heaton Hall (weekends til 17 Dec)

Next week (w/c 4 Dec) sees a bit of a flourish before panto season with Powder Keg's Morale Is High at Contact (6-8 Dec); while at HOME there's Meow Meow's Feline Intimate on Wed 6 Dec, Jinkx Monsoon + Major Scales's The Vaudevillians (7-9 Dec) and Tiger Lilies' A Cold Night on Thu 7 Dec. Elsewhere Top Joe is at Live Art Bistro on Wed 7 Dec and the Lightwaves Festival opens on Salford Quays (8-17 Dec).

The following week (w/c 11 Dec) Hot Brown Honey is at HOME (12-23 Dec) while, Slung Low's The Siege of Christmas returns to Contact (13-20 Dec) - or for a bit of a roadtrip, head to Sheffield Theatres for Darren Pritchard + Cheryl Martin's Rent Party (13-23 Dec).

Beyond that, it all goes a bit panto - so the Weekly Warning is going to take a break til sometime in January when the festive (metaphoric) hangover subsides - though, for an early warning look out for HOME's Push Festival (12-27 Jan) and Tim Cowbury's The Claim at Royal Exchange (10-13 Jan).

Have a good break.

best

Tamsin


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warnmcr: black friday...


After a dark, grey, fuggy week, today sees a series of imports from the west: an almost Icelandic short clear, crisp day - just in time for the annual imported americana consumerfest.  For those not battling into stores in search of an elusive or illusory bargain, this weekend you might also have to battle for tickets for Keisha Thompson's Man On The Moon at Contact (until 25 Nov, also at the HUB, Leeds on Sun 26 Nov); and Company Chameleon's Illuminate at Manchester Central Library Fri 24 + Sat 25 Nov (waiting list only). Alternatively there's Sonya Moorehead's Feral at The Met, Bury on Sat 25 Nov. 

Next week (w/c 27 Nov) Contact welcomes Dickie Beau's Re-member Me on Tue 28 + Wed 29 Nov; and Mawaan Rizwan's Twerk in Progress on Sat 2 Dec; Forced Entertainment's Real Magic is at HOME (29 Nov-1 Dec); or for some alternative festiveness Tangled Dance's Frosted by Magic is at Heaton Hall (weekends til 17 Dec).  Further afield, on Fri 1 Dec Greg Wohead's Call It A Day (wip) is at Bradford Theatre in the Mill and Jamal Gerald's Dogmatic is at Live Art Bistro, Leeds (which also has Hannah Mook + XVElastin's Me and My Whale (wip) on Sat 2 Dec).

The following week (w/c 4 Dec) sees Powder Keg at Contact; and Meow Meow, Jinkx Monsoon + Major Scales and Tiger Lilies at HOME. Meanwhile Top Joe is at Live Art Bistro and the Lightwaves Festival opens on Salford Quays.

I'm off to try and resist the lure of the giant TV 'bargain'..!

best

Tamsin


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warnmcr: WoW's gone to Iceland...

Not a frozen food commercial but, being a bit partied out from last week's rent party extravaganza, for a radical change of scene from a chilly tower block, as this missive reaches you, I'm in an even chillier Reykjavik  - at the Everybody's Spectacular festival (obviously hard at work and *not* basking in the Blue Lagoon!)

For those of you closer to home, this weekend, head to Contact for some Black Gold with Cheryl Martin's Who Wants To Live Forever on Fri 17 + Sat 18 and Nuclear on Sat 18 Nov. 

Next week (w/c 20 Nov) Contact remains busy with Keisha Thompson's Man On The Moon (21-25 Nov) and Uchenna Dance's The Head Wrap Diaries (Wed 22 + Thu 23 Nov). Legroom has Alex De Little's Resonance, Tactility + Movement on Wed 22 Nov; while Company Chameleon's Illuminate is at Manchester Central Library on Fri 24 + Sat 25 Nov (waiting list only).  Further afield Chanje Kunda's Superposition is at Lancaster Arts.

The following week (w/c 27 Nov) Dickie Beau and Mawaan Rizwan are at Contact; Forced Entertainment are at HOME; or for some alternative festiveness, Tangled Dance are at Heaton Hall.  Further afield, Greg Wohead is at Bradford Theatre in the Mill and Jamal Gerald is at Live Art Bistro, Leeds.

Rent Party:Domestic Edition brought WoW's 2017 season to a rousing close - we'll be letting you know what our 7th year brings in early January.  I meanwhile, I'm off to experience some nordic performance!

best

Tamsin

warnmcr: towering success..?!


This morning sees me more than a little bleary from five days in a tower block and two previews last night - so please forgive any errors or glaring omissions in the following...!

Of course, this weekend, for Word of Warning it's all about Darren Pritchard Dance's Rent Party:Domestic Edition at Adelphi Court, Salford -  tonight Fri 10 Nov (8+9.30pm) and tomorrow Sat 11 Nov (6+8pm). It's really quite special and mostly sold out, but there are some tickets left for 6pm Saturday - or get in touch and we can add you to the waiting list as, like all Pay What You Decides, there may be some returns.
Elsewhere in Salford Kate O'Donnell's You've Changed is at The Lowry also tonight, Fri 10 + Sat 11 Nov; while over in Liverpool, Homotopia continues with David Hoyle's Diamond on Sat 11 Nov; and in Leeds, Live Art Bistro has Tom Marshman's Kings Cross also on Sat 11 Nov.

Next week (w/c 13 Nov) for something sonic, Legroom has Machine Music: Almost Credible Music on Tue 14 Nov; while Cheryl Martin's Who Wants To Live Forever  is at Contact on Fri 17 and Sat 18 Nov.  There's a rare visit by Gob Squad to Lancaster Arts with two shows: We Are Gob Squad and So Are You on Tue 14 Nov and War and Peace on Thu 16 Nov.  Also on Thu 16 Nov Axis, Crewe has Igor and Moreno's A Room For All Our Tomorrows; and Live Art Bistro, Leeds has Marikiscrycrycry's $elfie$.

The following week (w/c 20 Nov) Keisha Thompson and Uchenna Dance are at Contact; Company Chameleon's Illuminate is at Manchester Central Library; while Chanje Kunda is at Lancaster Arts.

I'm off to twinkle up our star cloth and polish the mirror ball for Rent Party:Domestic Edition (somewhat fittingly, I'm actually off to top up the leccy meter) - hope to see you in a Salford tower block!

best

Tamsin


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Performance Programme Autumn/Winter 2017

Please note all events are Pay What You Decide
    10+11 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | Adelphi Court, M3
    RENT PARTY: Domestic Edition

    warnmcr: paying the rent...


    November sees Word of Warning gathering up its assorted paraphernalia to move into yet another semi-finished tower block, and I begin to wonder at the wisdom of trying to make a building site 'fabulous' (keep your fingers crossed for the arrival of that e-bay star cloth!)

    Before all that, this weekend, you can still catch Afreena Islam's (rescheduled) Daughters of the Curry Revoloution; Taking Flight and Elmi Ali's Water Seeds Not Stones at Flying Solo 2017 at Contact on Fri 3 + Sat 4 Nov.

    Next week (w/c 6 Nov) We at WoW have a mad busy week with both Two Destination Language's Declining Solo at The Lowry on Wed 8 Nov, followed by Darren Pritchard Dance's Rent Party:Domestic Edition at Adelphi Court, Salford (extra late Friday show just added - very limited capacity) on Fri 10 and Sat 11 Nov. Elsewhere Manchester Jewish Museum has a Free For Arts Festival Scratch Night on Thu 9 Nov, and Flying Solo concludes with Kate O'Donnell's You've Changed at The Lowry on Fri 10 and Sat 11 Nov. Over in Liverpool, Homotopia continues with Rachael Young's Out on Wed 8 Nov; Van Huynh Company's Dep on Thu 9 Nov and David Hoyle's Diamond on Sat 11 Nov. Also on Sat 11 Nov, Live Art Bistro, Leeds has Tom Marshman's Kings Cross.

    The following week (w/c 13 Nov) things seem to be quietening down a touch, but you can catch Cheryl Martin at Contact;  Gob Squad at Lancaster Arts with two different shows; and Igor and Moreno at Axis, Crewe.

    Remember, Word of Warning's Autumn/Winter is all Pay What You Decide - and next week is your last chance to catch it - so hope to see you at Two Destination Language or in our new temporary abode for Rent Party:Domestic Edition.


    best

    Tamsin


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    Performance Programme Autumn/Winter 2017

    Please note all events are Pay What You Decide
      Wed 8 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
      DECLINING SOLO
      10+11 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | Adelphi Court, M3
      RENT PARTY: Domestic Edition
       

      warnmcr: fall back...


      Despite the deceptively sunny (yet weirdly foggy) morning, alarmingly the onset of winter is really beginning to make its presence felt... the clocks are changing, the nights are drawing in and Halloween is upon us... if there isn't enough outdoor darkness for you, then there's also plenty of black box activity going on to fill your evenings:

      This weekend, you can still catch Chanje Kunda's Superposition at The Lowry tonight Fri 27 Oct; while Flying Solo 2017 (27 Oct-11 Nov) gets underway with Afreena Islam's Daughters of the Curry Revoloution, Demi Nandhra's Oil and Water and Jackie Hagan's This Is Not A Safe Space on Fri 27 + Sat 28 Oct. Further afield Third Angel's 600 People is at Axis, Crewe tonight Fri 27 Oct; while Bradford Theatre in the Mill has Rebecca Atkinson Lord's The Class Project Fri 27 + Sat 28 Oct.

      Next week (w/c 30 Oct) Flying Solo 2017 continues with Sheyda Darab's Treasures of Mysteries (Tue 31 Oct + Wed 1 Nov); Sarah Blanc's It Started With Jason Donovan and Paul O'Donnell's We've Got Each Other on Thu 2 Nov and Elmi Ali's Water Seeds Not Stones 0n Fri 3 + Sat 4 Nov. Theo Clinkard's This Bright Field is at The Lowry on Tue 31 Oct + Wed 1 Nov and Chris Goode's Jubilee is at The Royal Exchange (2-18 Nov). Two Destination Language's Declining Solo is at Edge Hill on Tue 31 Oct; while in Liverpool Homotopia kicks off with Darren Pritchard Dance's Rent Party (also Tue 31 Oct) followed by François Testory/Neil Bartlett's Medea, Written In Rage  on Wed 1 Nov - also showing at Lancaster Arts on Tue 31 Oct.

      The following week (w/c 6 Nov) Word of Warning embarks on its final flourish of the season with Two Destination Language's Declining Solo at The Lowry and Darren Pritchard Dance's Rent Party:Domestic Edition at Adelphi Court, Salford (tickets just released - very limited capacity). Flying Solo concludes with Kate O'Donnell at The Lowry; while Manchester Jewish Museum has a Free For Arts Festival Scratch Night. Over in Liverpool, Homotopia continues with Rachael Young, Van Huynh Company and David Hoyle; while Live Art Bistro, Leeds has Tom Marshman.

      Enjoy any suitably ghoulish weekend activity - or just the extra hour in bed.

      best

      Tamsin


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      Performance Programme Autumn/Winter 2017

      Please note all events are Pay What You Decide
        Wed 8 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
        DECLINING SOLO
        10+11 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | Adelphi Court, M3
        RENT PARTY: Domestic Edition
         

        warnmcr: take your (super)position...


        Still reeling a little from the whirl that was Akeim Toussaint Buck's Windows of Displacement last night, in actuality, as this reaches you I'm in a wheeled tin box hurtling (or crawling) my way towards Birmingham for Fierce Festival (til  Sun 22 Oct)...

        This weekend, you can still catch Igor and Moreno's Andante tonight Fri 20 Oct and Clod Ensemble's Under Glass (til Sat 21 Oct) at The Lowry; while Darren Pritchard Dance's Body of Light is at Lancaster Arts on Sat 21 and Sale Waterside on Sun 22 Oct.  In Liverpool 1927's Golem is at the Everyman (til Sat 21 Oct). (Apparently Instructions for Border Crossing at the Unity has been cancelled). Looking east Forced Entertainment's Tomorrow's Parties is at Theatre Delicatessen, Sheffield tonight Fri 20 Oct; while Lucy Hopkins's Le Foulard is at the HUB, Leeds on Sun 22 Oct.

        Next week (w/c 23 Oct) Contact has Le Gateau Chocolat's Duckie on Tue 24 + Wed 25 Oct for the young at heart; while The Lowry has Candoco's Double Bill on Tue 24 Oct.  With our vested interest in plain view, Word of Warning will be orbiting Chanje Kunda's Superposition – also at The Lowry on Thu 26 + Fri 27 Oct. 

        Further afield Edge Hill has KT vs FK's Strange Loop on Tue 24 Oct; Axis, Crewe has Paul O'Donnell's We've Got Each Other on Tue 24 Oct and Third Angel's 600 People on Fri 27 Oct; and Bradford Theatre in the Mill has Rebecca Atkinson Lord's The Class Project Fri 27 + Sat 28 Oct.

        Festival opening of the week goes to Contact, for Flying Solo 2017 (27 Oct-11 Nov) with Afreena Islam, Demi Nandhra, Jackie Hagan on Fri 27 + Sat 28 Oct; and continuing the following week with Sheyda Darab, Sarah Blanc, Paul O'Donnell, and Elmi Ali amongst others.

        Also the following week (w/c 30 Oct) Theo Clinkard is at The Lowry and Jubilee is at The Royal Exchange. A pair of forthcoming Word of Warning shows crop up further afield: Two Destination Language at Edge Hill; and Rent Party, kicking off Liverpool's Homotopia – which then continues with François Testory (also showing at Lancaster Arts.)

        Apologies for that very complicated last sentence - hopefully the links make it clear! Maybe I should just focus on driving - or sitting in a traffic jam... Don't call the police, though, this Weekly Warning was not actually brought to you by a mad women typing while driving but by the power of time-travelling auto-scheduling!

        best

        Tamsin


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        Performance Programme Autumn/Winter 2017

        Please note all events are Pay What You Decide
          Wed 8 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
          DECLINING SOLO
          10+11 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | Adelphi Court, M3
          RENT PARTY: Domestic Edition

          warnmcr: not that I'm superstitious but...


          ...triskaidekaphobia could be the order of the day as we hurtle ever faster onwards through October.

          This weekend, possibly in keeping with the date, Contact has Peaches Christ, Jinkx Monsoon + Holestar's Hocum Pokem on Fri 13 + Sat 14 Oct; and at HOME, Orbit festival's final weekend has Lemn Sissay's Something Dark tonight, Fri 13 Oct; We Are Ian (til Sat 14 Oct); Paper Birds's Mobile (til Sun 15 Oct).  Also there's the chekhovian Khloe Kardashian, by the Arden School of Theatre with Sleepwalk Collective, also tonight Fri 13 Oct at Shena Simon Campus Waterside Theatre; Amy Lawrence's Gut Healing at the Portico Library on Sat 14 Oct; Matrafisc Dance's Soul's Paths  at The Wonder Inn (13-15 Oct); while Jackie Hagan's Cosmic Scallies concludes at the Royal Exchange on Sat 14 Oct. Further afield, Two Destination Language's Manpower is at The HUB, Leeds on Sun 15 Oct.

          Next week (w/c 16 Oct) of course Word of Warning has Akeim Toussaint Buck's Windows of Displacement at STUN on Thu 19 Oct (act fast as we've just increased capacity so there is a small handful of tickets now available). 
          Elsewhere in parts Mancunian Clod Ensemble's Under Glass (18-21 Oct) and Igor and Moreno's Andante (Thu 19 + Fri 20 Oct) are at The Lowry; Motionhouse's Charge is at HOME (Tue 17 + Wed 18 Oct). Darren Pritchard's Body of Light is at Lancaster Arts on Sat 21 and Sale Waterside on Sun 22 Oct.  Also further afield, Edgehill has Andy Smith's The Preston Bill on Tue 17 Oct and Grace Surman's Motherload on Thu 19 Oct. In Liverpool 1927's Golem is at the Everyman (18-21 Oct); and Instructions for Border Crossing is at the Unity on Sat 21 Oct. Imitating the Dog's Nocturnes is at Lancaster Arts on Tue 17 + Wed 18 Oct;  Reckless Sleepers' Schrödinger is at Axis, Crewe on Thu 19 Oct; and Forced Entertainment's Tomorrow's Parties is at Theatre Delicatessen, Sheffield on Fri 20 Oct; while Lucy Hopkins's Le Foulard is at the HUB, Leeds on Sun 22 Oct. Yet further away, for the dedicated enthusiast, Fierce Festival is in Birmingham (16-26 Oct).

          The following week (w/c 23 Oct) it might be half term and for the young at heart Contact has Le Gateau Chocolat - but don't be lulled into thinking it's a quiet week though, as the non-stop parade of Manchester festivals rolls on with Flying Solo 2017 (27 Oct-11 Nov) also at Contact, featuring Jackie Hagan, Demi Nandra, Afreena Islam and Paul O'Donnell amongst others.  The Lowry has Candoco and Chanje Kunda while further afield Axis, Crewe also has Paul O'Donnell and Third Angel, and Rebecca Atkinson Lord is at Bradford Theatre in the Mill.

          Enjoy Friday the 13th - I'm going to tempt fate with a funding application... Hope to see you at Akeim Toussaint Buck's Windows of Displacement next Thursday.

          best

          Tamsin


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          Performance Programme Autumn/Winter 2017

          Please note all events are Pay What You Decide
            Thu 19 Oct, 7.30pm. PWYD | STUN Studio
            WINDOWS OF DISPLACEMENT
            Wed 8 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
            DECLINING SOLO
            10+11 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | Adelphi Court, M3
            RENT PARTY: Domestic Edition