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Incubator Project archiveThe Incubator Project was created by the Centre to give Welsh companies a helping hand. To get them started we provide a space in which to develop new work and then invite audiences to view the work in progress and give feedback. This is a great opportunity for you to help support and shape the future of local companies...as well as a fun night out.

Archive listings for Incubator Project

Work type: Play.

I Know How I Feel About Eve - T0272140234

Dirty Protest will be working on a brand new play titled I know how I feel about Eve written by Colette Kane. The performance follows a couple as they come to terms their grief as they go through the process of cloning their lost child. Nick Janaway and Laura Moy will be developing work that began at the Centre as part of Inc’ling (Incubator’s little brother) earlier this year. The performance blends some brand new soundscapes that are created live and circus arts to look at how people often lead very separate lives despite how close they live to each other. Ben Partridge was also a part of the Inc’ling process this year and will be taking his performance titled Superconductor forward to the next stage of its development. This performance is a heart warming and often funny tale of how a boy living in the USSR in 1986 uses his imagination to help him deal with some difficult aspects of his life. Last year’s Incubator participants Velvet Ensemble are also performing in the Weston Studio on 8 & 9 December. Age guide 16+Author Colette Kane. Company Dirty Protest. Performer Nick Janaway. Performer Laura Moy. Performer Ben Partridge.
5 Nov 10Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935
listing details L0881793239

08: Geek Tragedy - T01639483256

Taking its inspiration from Euripides’ The Bacchae, Geek Tragedy tells the bold and blood-thirsty tale of what happens when the ancient rites of the Cult of Dionysus re-emerge in contemporary Wales, and a musical orgy begins. Will the geeks inherit the earth? Or will they be wiped out by dawn?
26 Nov 08Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935
listing details L419268938

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