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WASTELAND

14+

Dates, Times & Prices for The Untold Truth of Captain Hook
Date: 27 Apr & 28 Apr 2023
Time: 7.45pm
Duration: 1hr 25mins (no interval)
Location: Downstairs at the MAC
£10.50 - £27.50
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Dates & Times

Dates & Times for The WASTELAND
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Thu 27 Apr 2023 7:45pm Post Show Discussion £12.50 £27.50 Book Now
Fri 28 Apr 2023 7:45pm £12.50 £27.50 Book Now

Reviews

Mary Brennan, The Herald (Scotland)

"Blisteringly fierce"

Eliza Gearty, The Skinny

“A poignant and thrilling portrait of the British rave scene”

Mark Brown, The Herald on Sunday (Scotland)

“Brilliant”

Anna Winter, The Stage

“Wasteland is a truly wonderful piece of dance-theatre: humane, politically charged, by turns funny and sad.”

Teresa Guerreiro, Culture Whisper

“An ambitious, carefully crafted, visceral dance-theatre treatment of a crucial time in the history of modern Britain, that more than justifies its belief in dance as a vehicle for ideas and social commentary.”

Siobhan Murphy, Dance Tabs

“It feels important, somehow, that this moment in dance history is recorded so faithfully and with such love.”

Keith Watson, Metro

“Dance taken at a barnstorming, frantic pace with a sharp political edge to boot… its picture of alienated youth rising from the ashes and finding both escape and a sense of purpose in the hedonistic release of rave culture is curiously uplifting.”

Jonathan Cash, The Reviews Hub

“This is a powerful, accomplished piece of dance theatre and a timely reminder of the social consequences of political actions.”

Team & Cast

Team

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Gary Clarke

PRODUCER: Annabel Dunbar
COMPANY ASSOCIATE: Alistair Goldsmith
DRAMATURG: Lou Cope
LIGHTING AND VIDEO DESIGN: Charles Webber
SET & COSTUME DESIGN: Ryan Dawson Laight
MUSICAL DIRECTOR: Steven Roberts
SOUNDSCAPE DESIGN: Daniel Thomas
RAVE SOUNDTRACK: Charles Webber
SCRIPT & TEXT: Lewey Hellewell

Cast

THE LAST MINER: Parsifal James Hurst (PJ)

THE BOY: Robert Anderson

THE RAVERS: Jake Evans, Patricia Langa, Emily Thompson Smith, Shelley Eva Haden

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