MAR 14 - MAR 19
Tuesday – Sunday, 7:30pm, 30 mins
MetalMouth Theatre bring their new short show Vines to Theatre N16 in March 2017, running at just 30 minutes. Vines tells the story of a girl finding herself through a spiritual ayahuasca ceremony. Uplifting and thought-provoking, it’s a look at how to become the person you want to be, why you behave the way you do and finding human connection. Sometimes in life you just need a little push in the right direction… sometimes that push can take you to another dimension you couldn’t imagine in your wildest dreams.
“I’m scared I’m going to blink and I’ll wake up when I’m 60 and die not having done anything. I don’t want to regret anything.” Vines is a magical piece of solo storytelling which takes you on the journey of a young girls self-discovery and ﬁnding of her place in the world.
Writer/performer Alex Critolph trained at LAMDA and has worked on BBC’s Doctors, at The Waterloo East Theatre and with SONY. She started writing and producing her own work whilst at The BRIT School under Metal Mouth Productions, with productions including Sinisterrr at The Hen & Chickens and Cockpit Theatre and WASHED for The Brighton Fringe Festival.
Director Leah Fogo has previously directed Unravelling for Top Note Arts, worked as an assistant director at The Hampstead Theatre on Pine and as assistant director at The Waterloo East Theatre on Taken in Marriage. The play features grime-style music composed by Matthew Gardner.
Theatre N16 is a trailblazing theatre company, dedicated to creating a creative hub where new and existing works can be explored and pushed into new realms. Theatre N16 is proud of their commitment to the welfare of creatives, operating under an Equity Fringe Agreement. This promoting and nurturing of talent means that Theatre N16 is a bastion for development within the context of a society in which the arts are increasingly struggling to stay afloat.
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