Following a run at the Tristan Bates Theatre, this production from RedBellyBlack Theatre returns to the stage as part of the VAULT Festival from the 25th to the 29th January.
This production from RedBellyBlack Theatre is a combination of verbatim and physical theatre, which uses movement and audio narrative to ask 14 people about where they see themselves in a year’s time.
Featuring a wide range of people of a variety of ages, including the four year-old who already knows that he is destined to be a racing car driver to the ninety-four year-old who is still driving, the show arrives back on stage with new answers to straightforward questions such as What do you make time for? What has been the time of your life? Are you where you thought you’d be a year ago?
A Year From Now was created by RedBellyBlack’s Artistic Director Kate Goodfellow (Winner of Best Female Performer, Brighton Fringe) and Director Vicki Baron. It is also in partnership with mental health charity MIND, who are changing the national perspective on mental health.
The cast will include: Kate Goodfellow, Clementine Mills, Christopher Montague, Oscar Scott-White and Jessica Warshaw.
A Year from Now will play as part of the VAULT festival from the 25th to the 19th January. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.vaultfestival.com/event/a-year-from-now/2017-01-25/.