R2R – WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Theatre |
17th September 2014

Four performers explore their experiences of being men in this bold, award-winning, all male interpretation of Emily Bronte’s seminal text. As they recall the dark expanses of the Yorkshire moors, they sing together, full-throated, and dance optimistically to the howling tones of Kate Bush. They ask, almost 200 years after the book was published, are the aspirations of men very different now? The energy of this brave new performance is not to be missed.

Please note there is full nudity in this performance. 

“[Peter] and his cast of four unstinting comrades – Nick Anderson, Chris Hall, Thom Scullion and Murray Wason – have intensified the sense of open-ness, honesty and personally experienced emotional maelstroms that make the work both moving and thought-provoking.” ***** Herald

“The acting, the writing and the choreography of the piece are all beautifully prepared and crafted… a strikingly graceful and well-crafted show.” **** Scotsman

“a brave, moving exploration of what it means to be a man today” **** Daily Record

“…honest, inventive, beautifully choreographed and, even if unresolved, evidence of a bold and distinctive talent.” *** Guardian

“moving, sensitive, engaging” STV

” the piece sparks with theatrical imagination in a way that suggests we may well be hearing the name of Peter McMaster again in the not-too-distant future” Sunday Herald

“a playful meditation on contemporary masculinity” Times

Venue: Theatre

Age Rec: 16+

RIGHT TO ROAM (R2R)– FOUR DAYS OF EXCITING BITE-SIZED THEATRE PERFORMANCES 17 to 20 September 2014

Right to Roam is a fun, imaginative and intimate weekend of quality, productions designed to push the boundaries of live performance

We have hand-picked seven fantastic shows from across the UK and placed them in unconventional arenas guaranteed to challenge your perceptions of traditional theatre.

Expect the unexpected, you won’t be disappointed!

Buy tickets to three different shows and get 25% discount on total price – can be booked on line.

WUTHERING HEIGHTS: 'Featuring overly high drama, romantic violence, a touch of Yorkshire bleakness and a few alternative endings, Peter McMaster’s award-winning, all-male performance revisits and re-imagines the landscapes and characters of Emily Bronte’s seminal text.

THE ICY MAN: A story about the cold. On a winter’s night, a woman goes out walking in the snow and encounters a stranger in a frozen field. The next morning, she wakes up and finds that everything has changed…

LOVE LETTERS STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART: An event that is somewhere between a wedding reception, a wake and a radio dedication show. We speak of our own and other's loves – deep, passionate, ambivalent and unrequited – and dedicate songs to them. Send a dedication to someone you love to info@uninvited-guests.net. Your letters of love may become part of the show.

BEATING MCENROE: 1980. Wimbledon. Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe face each other across the net: the self-controlled champion and the impassioned upstart. An epic rivalry comes to a head.  A six-year old boy watches and learns. 

MY HEART IS HITCHHIKING DOWN PEACHTREE STREET: A one-man show about living far away from home. It’s about the stories you tell people when they ask you where you’re from. It’s about learning that once you leave, you can’t go back.

WHEN WE EMBRACED: A show about embracing things you’ve not embraced before, or at least haven’t admitted to out loud. Maybe now is the time to do it.

THE WATERY JOURNEY OF NEREUS PIKE: This is a new, extraordinary tale of myth, magic, adventure and angler fish! Expect sea creatures, animations, glowsticks, an epic tale of love and adventure, and a nautical jumper.

DATES & TIMES

17th September 2014

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