EMBRACE ARTS, LEICESTER
SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 12 noon – 8:30pm
& SUNDAY 12 OCTOBER 5pm – 10pm
FREE ENTRY to all performances and events
Hatch, the East Midlands’ leading mobile platform for experimental theatre and live art, returns to Embrace Arts
in association with In Good Company
for a weekend of performances, workshops and events exploring the notion of exchange: to give and take.
Featuring some of the most exciting performers from around the country and the best talent coming out of the East Midlands, we can’t wait to share this unique experience with you. As well as workshops, masterclasses, works-in-progress and one-to-one encounters, the line up includes two full shows – the brilliant A Conversation
by Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari
of the legendary Shunt collective and Ellie Stamp’s
smash hit exploration of Elvis and identity: Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Come along, offer something up and receive something unexpected in return. With opportunities for artists and performers to learn from each other, for audiences to invest their time in return for a potentially life-changing experience, and for everyone to leave richer than they arrived.
Saturday 11 October, 12 noon – 8:30pm
Sunday 12 October, 5pm – 10pm
Embrace Arts is just outside the main University of Leicester campus and very easy to get to. If you don’t know Leicester and are coming by train it’s just a short walk down from the station. If you’re coming by car there is free parking at the venue.
Click here for more information or see the map below to get directions via Google Maps:
images: top – Ira Brand, photo by K.Matsumoto, bottom – Ellie Stamp, Are You Lonesome Tonight