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The Conquest of the South Pole archiveBest mates - out of work, on benefits, hanging out, and hiding in epic journeys of the imagination. Four young men escape the realities of signing on and missing out by recreating Admundsen's legendary expedition in a tiny attic room: one London footstep for every polar kilometre. "Nothing but booze, make-believe and blarney. Sod off to the South Pole." A contemporary classic, The Conquest of the South Pole revels in the complexities of what makes a group tick. Highly theatrical and poetic, this bolt-of-energy play tracks a journey from despair to hope - the weight of the everyday world seen through youthful eyes.

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Author: Manfred Karge

Archive listings for The Conquest of the South Pole

Work type: Play.

It's The Dare Of It All - T1798122373

Producer Everyman Liverpool. Translation Tinch Minter. Translation Anthony Vivis. Director Nick Bagnall. Music James Fortune. Design Molly Elizabeth. Design Lacey Davies. Design Jocelyn Meall. Design Michael Vale. Performer Dean Nolan (Slupianek). Performer George Caple (Braukmann). Performer Liam Tobin (Buscher). Performer Emily Hughes (Seiffert). Performer Laura Dos Santos (La Braukmann). Performer Zelina Rebeiro (Frankie Boy). Performer Patrick Brennan (Rudi). Performer Keddy Sutton (Rosi).
12 Jun 17 to 26 Jun 17Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
listing details L94501750
24 Mar 17 to 8 Apr 17Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
listing details L1463152660

T02124481474

Presented byArcola Theatre. Translation Tinch Mincher. Translation Anthoy Vivis. Director Stephen Unwin. Design Hayden Criffin. Lighting Sherry Coenen. Sound Corin Buckeridge. Performer Chris Ashby. Performer Sam Crane. Performer Emma Cunniffe. Performer O-T Fagbenle. Performer Mark Field. Performer Andrew Gower. Performer Lauren Johns. Performer Daniel Weyman.
25 Apr 12 to 26 May 12Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
listing details L01829779375

T01908264608

British Sign Language is incorporated in the show.Producer Theatre Resource. Producer Frantic Assembly. Director Jeff Banks. Director Anna Wallbank. Design Kimie Nakano.
20 May 08 to 24 May 08Ovalhouse, Inner London :: V239
listing details L0141174469

T0776235088

The play received considerable critical acclaim when first performed in the 1980s and although unemployment may not be the headline issue it was then, it is now presented, for the first time, by a group of disabled actors and directors. With disabled people twice as likely to be unemployed as the population in general, this piece resonates strongly with the modern-day experience of disability.Company Theatre Resource. Director Jeff Banks. Author Anna Wallbank.
1 Mar 07Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L362059381

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