theatre maltings autumn 2017
We’re delighted to share news of our fantastic autumn 2017 theatre season. We have 11 diverse performances from espionage to suspense, journeys of self-discovery to modern takes on classic literature, there is truly something for everyone.
To mark the launch, we are offering our members a special ticket price of £9 if you book before 01 September. If you’re not a member yet, see below for full details to ensure you gain from this added new benefit.
View the official trailer for the Autumn 2017 season below and read on to find out what’s in store…
Factory Girl by Farnham Maltings . Thu 28 September, 7.30pm, book tickets
Ok-soon is a young girl working in a Japanese factory during the Korean industrial boom of the 1930s. One day she is ordered to spy on her friend, who they suspect of rallying the workers. What she hears makes Ok-soon decide the time has come to find her voice.
For All The Fires Not Yet Lit by Catherine Ireton . Fri 06 October, 7.30pm, book tickets
For all the fires not yet lit is a solo performance that uses found sounds, electronic samples, storytelling and song to tell a simple tale of one woman’s quest to find her brave bone.
Joan by Milk Presents . Thu 12 October, 7.30pm, book tickets
What happens when a disguise becomes something a lot more real and you have to fight for who you really are? An earthy story of courage, conviction and hope, Joan is a refreshing look at Joan of Arc – history’s greatest underdog. View Trailer “Defiantly delightful” The Stage
The Tempest by Bilmankhwe Arts . Mon 16 October, 7.30pm, book tickets
This powerful, passionate and magical production features stunning contemporary African choreography and music from Malawi. Full of humour and movement, this show is fast-paced, urban and exciting. Presented in collaboration with Damon Albarn’s Africa Express. For ages 12+.
Leaf by Niggle by Puppet State Theatre . Sun 12 November, 4pm, book tickets
Based on the book by J.R.R. Tolkien. Niggle is a painter. Not a very successful one, partly because he has so many other things to do. For some time he has been obsessed with one particular canvas, but Niggle has a journey to make. He doesn’t want to go, but he cannot get out of it…
Luke Jermay: Sixth Sense . Thu 19 October, 7.30pm, book tickets
Luke Jermay is the most incredible man you’ve probably never heard of. He can read your mind. His awe inspiring intuitive abilities have gained him high profile fans such as Derren Brown, Dynamo and Uri Geller who all agree Jermay is astonishing.
“My jaw dropped repeatedly…” The Times
A View from the Edge by ‘Owdyado Theatre . Thu 26 October, 7.30pm, book tickets
Concern grows in the city’s art circles after the owner of the popular Hillerman gallery,
goes missing under mysterious circumstances. Cornish company ’Owdyado Theatre is known for making work about people who find themselves in unexpected situations and always contains a surprising plot twist!
The Book of Darkness and Light by Adam Robinson . Tue 12 December, 7.30pm, book tickets
Three chilling tales. Two ghostly performers. One thrilling night. Legend has it that many
years ago a book of terrifying tales was found. Now, you are invited to discover the secrets
of The Book of Darkness & Light… if you dare! Described as ‘mesmerising’, ‘atmospheric
& creepy’, and ‘beautifully haunting storytelling’. Age advisory 14+.
A Machine They’re Secretly Building by Proto-type . Tues 02 October, 7.30pm, book tickets
From what might be a news desk, an office, a bunker, under a mountain, or a theatre, two people speak up, speak out, blow the whistle and lift the veil on the insidious machine of surveillance. www.proto-type.org #AMTSB
What Once Was Ours by Zest Theatre . Thu 02 November, 5pm & 7pm, book tickets
Created against the background of Brexit, this powerful new production for young people explores how politics and national values impact on the complex lives of one
family. Age advisory 12+.
…and something you’ve never seen before…
Farnham Maltings presents
Brilliance . Thu 19 October, 7.30pm, book tickets
1963, winter. Everyone is gathering in the village hall. Daisy places her hand on the switch, presses it down, and life is never the same again. Brilliance is a 90-minute theatrical event that celebrates progress and change in a bright new world.
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