'Whose place' explores peoples changing experience of the urban environment, mediated through its constantly transforming surfaces. It takes us from a tight tribe in near-pristine forest to the inhabitants of a dense metropolis attempting to navigate complex social relations.|
'Whose place' looks at the struggles of aboriginal inhabitants, invaders, incomers, settlers and migrants; how they use and change space, yet are continually constrained by it. The piece addresses contemporary concerns of identity and ownership as archetypal characters weave their ways through time, always asking themselves the question Whose place is this?
Tuesdays Childe is a North East theatre collective which creates challenging and innovative performances that speak to a wide audience. Bringing together a diverse range of practitioners, we combine writing, improvisation and physical play to generate work with a unique texture.
The members of Tuesday's Childe are: Christina Cuthberson, Huw Evans, Adele Evitt, Gabriele Heller, Penny Lamport and Christopher Strain.
Space Six (View)
Commercial Union House, Pilgrim Street
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|