Presented by Word of Warning, Guiness Northern Counties + Z-arts
####In Brief The latest in a series of domestic performances created by Leentje Van de Cruys; Kitsch’n Sync is a newly commissioned work inspired by a short story, taking place alongside a ¼ton of potatoes in a dilapidated high-rise kitchen.
Please note: this is a new show, currently in development; for maximum 12 people, lasting approximately 50 minutes. Suitable for ages 16+.
####Venue + Booking Details
ALL PERFORMANCES ARE SOLD-OUT
(Day One: Thursday 14 November 2013, 6pm + 8pm)
(Day Two: Friday 15 November 2013, 6pm + 8pm)
Venue: Cooper House, off Boundary Lane, Manchester, M15 6DX — a 5 minute walk from Oxford Road (Aquatic Centre/RNCM), with a bus stop right outside for no’s 53, 85, 86, 99, 101, 104, 105, 108, 109, 112, 250, 253, 263 & 291.
LIMITED CAPACITIES, BOOKING ESSENTIAL:
Tickets: £5/3, can be booked online; a fee applies.
Tickets: £5/3, can be reserved over the phone: 07581 299 439 (leave a message + we’ll get back to you).
As a sited event, Domestic presents a number of access challenges. The flat Kitsch’n Sync takes place in is up one flight of stairs and is therefore not wheelchair accessible. Spoken word based.
Age advisory: 16+
For specific age and access information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07581 299 439.
####Who is she?
Belgian actress and theatre-maker Leentje Van de Cruys has been making quirky solo performances about domesticity and women’s identity for the last 7 years. Recent shows include; Feedback, HORSE, The Best Party Ever and Knitting to Worry About. She regularly performs and tours with contemporary theatre companies including Reckless Sleepers, Plane Performance and Proto-type Theater, and supervises theatre students at Manchester Metropolitan University and Lancaster University.