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Archive listings for The Crash of the Elysium (2012)

Work type: Play.


Part of the London Cultural Olympiad. There are three different types of performances of The Crash of The Elysium - School performances for years 4 to 7 (ages 8 - 12), Family performances for ages 7 - 12 and After Dark performances for ages 13+. Performances are 60 minutes long and will take place at Crown Street Car Park, Audiences will be required to register at least 15 minutes before their allotted entry time and due to the nature of the experience sensible footwear is compulsory.Presented byManchester International Festival. Presented byLondon 2012 Festival. Presented byNew Wolsey Theatre. Presented byIpswich Borough Council (supported by Arts Council England and Suffolk County Council). Company Punchdrunk. Director Felix Barrett. Design Livi Vaughan. Sound Stephen Dobbie. Lighting Paul Normandale. Performer Matthew Blake. Performer Polly Conway. Performer Tim Delap. Performer Edward Halsted. Performer Kate Hargreaves. Performer Joshua Hemmings. Performer Kat McGarr. Performer Daniel Miller. Performer Fran Moulds. Performer Matt Odell. Performer Mercy Ojelade. Performer Joe Ransom. Performer Sarah Sweeney. Performer Matthew Walker. Performer Rob Wilson.
15 Jun 12 to 8 Jul 12New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L1336171418


The Crash of the Elysium archiveThe Crash of the Elysium been created by Punchdrunk, pioneers in immersive theatre and is a live Doctor Who theatre adventure in which the audience is the star of the show. There will be performances for schools as well as for families and older audiences. New Wolsey chief executive Sarah Holmes and Borough Council leader David Ellesmere both welcome the project, which it is hoped will bring new audiences into Ipswich as well as captivating its present ones.


Author: Tom MacRae (based on an original idea by Steven Moffatt)

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