Morning Star: First Horn | Flight Path Theatre

Image by Kate Wooden

Hannah Arendt’s theory on the banality of evil has become part of the common vernacular when considering the darker side of humanity; the way the whispers of cruelty seep into people undetected until the unthinkable happens. In the two-part production Morning Star, a group of writers imagine the consequences of pernicious ideas infiltrating otherwise unremarkable narratives.

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5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche | Theatre Travels

Image by Becky Matthews

Clubs and societies, especially ones centred around “women’s” activities like knitting and baking, are often the butt of jokes about spinsters or old biddies but people forget what a safe haven, sometimes life-saving service these communities provide. 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche takes it back to the heyday of CWA stereotypes to find humour in dire circumstances.

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The Big Blue | Q Theatre

There are two expanses into which humankind has gazed for millennia: the vast darkness of space and the depths of the blue sea. The Big Blue is about reaching out into the emptiness and the surprising things that will reach back to you.

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