Stomping on Shadows
by Hugh McCann
Directed by Matt Grinter
The big day has arrived. Four million anxious, caffeinated Londoners jostle on the start line preparing to begin the thousand mile triathlon. Elsewhere a metal whale floats longingly over the Atlantic, the dogs are glowing Listerine green and the sea monsters are eating the internet cables again.
On another part of the planet, Daisy has checked into her hotel room, from where she can see all the way out to the icebergs. Beyond the icebergs. All the way to the edge
And then theyre off! Stampeding uniformly over London Bridge, they leave only the children and the elderly waving their little flags, their damp, sun-drenched foreheads plastered in confetti.
Matt Grinter, one of the regions busiest young directors, has worked with fine artist turned writer Hugh McCann on this surreal, madcap romp across the globe that will leave you breathless but with a smile on your face!
Stomping on Shadows will be preceded by a short play.
15 - 19 Nov Coping by Martin Lytton
Life is sweet for Keith. Hes just back from Lanzarote and hes feeling pretty chilled but then a chance encounter with his old mate Bob leaves him with a nasty taste in his mouth.
22 - 26 Nov Child of the Nineties by Oliver Gamblin
Jay, can we please just get on with this questionnaire? Carly is at the end of her tether. Everyone else managed it in 20 minutes but Jays taken an hour and counting. Hes now eating into her lunch break and to cap it all hes now insisting she channels Stephen Fry to ask the questions.
Event Space, Hamilton House (View)
80 Stokes Croft
Bristol BS1 3QY
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|