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VenueThe Tobacco Factory Theatres
Other spaces: Spielman Theatre
CountyCity of Bristol
From14th May 2009
To15th May 2009
PricesFrom £9.00. To £9.00.
What is currently on at The Tobacco Factory Theatres (V1384579886)

Home of the Wriggler

Home of the WrigglerT1115714383
It is 3006 and underground, sheltered from the raging weather, an investigation into pollution and global warming is gridlocked. The prosecution and defence teams lost focus and power generations ago. Procedure has gone way out of the window and the irregular has become highly regular. Today the enquiry will continue to learn the legends of a place called The West Midlands, the people who lived there and the mythical things they once made called cars. A thoughtful, poetic and playful show which asks who makes the sandwiches, cleans the clothes, cuts the hair and teaches the kids of those who shape the parts, that make the cars, that fill the Midland's roads.
Author James Yarker

Archive :: production:T1115714383, play:S1128558406, venue:V1384579886

Production details


Company Stan's Cafe
Director James Yarker
Design Mark Anderson
Design Helen Ingham
Lighting Helen Ingham
Other James Yarker (text)
Other Heather Burton (devised)
Other Amanda Hadingue (devised)
Other Craig Stephens (devised)
Other Bernadette Russell (devised)
Performer Craig Stephens
Performer Bharti Patel

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