London theatre news: Wednesday 25 January 2017
Festivals - New performance
The Yard's annual festival of new performance over 5 weeks starts in just under a week's time on 31 January 2017 and you can save 20% off all tickets when you book in for two or more double bills.
Image: Yard Theatre
Taking place over five weeks at The Yard Theatre, NOW is a festival providing the opportunity to see some of the best performance artists currently making work today.
The Yard has invited five of the most influential artists of the day and paired them with five bright new voices to form five double bills.
This year the venue is working with:
Greg Wohead & Rachel Mars, Mamoru Iriguchi, Deborah Pearson, Sylvia Rimat, Rachael Young, Richard Dodwell, James Morgan, Marion Burge, Vanessa Macaulay, and Julie Rose Bower.
The schedule of shows is as follows:
Week 1 - Tues 31 Jan - Sat 4 Feb
Richard Dodwell & Sylvia Rimat present
This Moment Now
Week 2 - Tues 7 - Sat 11 Feb
James Morgan & Mamoru Iriguchi present
Week 3 - Tues 14 - Sat 18th Feb
Marion Burge & Rachael Young present
Week 4 - Tues 21 Feb - Sat 25 Feb
Vanessa Macaulay & Greg Wohead + Rachel Mars present
How to Come Out Black
Week 5 - Tues 28 Feb - Sat 4 March
Julie Rose Bower & Deborah Pearson present
The Foley Explosion
History, History, History
The Yard Theatre
Unit 2a Queen's Yard
London E9 5EN
Festival runs from 31 January to 4 March 2017
Save 20% off all tickets when you book in for two or more double bills.
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