Presented by Word of Warning, Contact + STUN
Thursday 17 + Friday 18 May 2018, 7.30pm
Our annual sampler of new performance is a double bill of new works in development from Emma Geraghty + Vijay Patel.
A girl, a guitar, and a message of hope… Sharing stories of her journey towards positivity and unapologetic defiance, Fat Girl Singing is an anthem of self-acceptance and a call to arms for those who simply don’t fit the model.
The pulsating anxieties that occur within the Asperger’s mind are unraveled… Sometimes I Leave explores the simple action of, but problematic mental preparation for, leaving. It could be leaving something so simple.
To get a feel for it, have a look at Works Ahead 2017’s programme.
Venue + Booking Details
Dates: Thursday 17 + Friday 18 May 2018, 7.30pm
Venue: STUN Studio at Z-arts, 335 Stretford Road, Manchester, M15 5ZA
Tickets: available to buy in April (prices to be confirmed)
Box Office Tel: 0161 232 6089 (Z-arts: NB tickets not yet on-sale)
Age advisory: 14+ (parental/guardian discretion). Duration: the double bill will last up to 2½ hours, including an interval (running order tbc). Both works largely spoken English; Emma’s work also includes live music. For specific age and access information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 232 6086.
What people have said about Works Ahead
A cathartic, funny and brutally honest show about bodies, particles and the universe.
Afronalysis (2017 review)
Maybe not what you’d regard as traditional ‘theatre’, but compelling nonetheless …make you think that anything could happen in the performance space.
QuietManDave (2016 review)
• Brilliant platform for emerging talent.
• Great to see new work by younger artists.
• Brilliant works in progress, varied and interesting.
• I enjoyed both shows even though they were very different. I look forward to seeing how they develop.
Audience feedback from 2017/16/15