The Misadventures of Me is a highly visual and physical performance
about the modern day traveller that begins and ends with a suitcase. Inspired
by Buster Keaton’s silent comedies, this is theatre immersed in a cinematic
world of steam trains, calamity and ukuleles. The work explores what we project, carry and create in
seeking a sense of place.
Drawing from the experience of being a foreigner in London, and
exploring both sense of place and displacement, this performance will appeal to
all of us who call more than one place home.
THILL, VALERIA ESCANDON Directed by
NELL RANNEY Music by
Tuesday 29th November - 7.30pm Rosemary Branch Theatre 2 Shepperton Rd, London N1 3DT £10/ £8
In Transit will present The Misadventures of Me at the Branching Out Festival, as supported artists of the Rosemary Branch Theatre. For more information and bookings please visit the website below or call the box office on 020 77046665.
Sunday 30th October 2011- 3pm St Pancras International Train Station, London
A free preview performance, presented as part of the Producers Platform, for Camden Theatres and ScenePool.
Saturday 30th July 2011 - 7.30pm St Andrew Crypt, Holborn Viaduct London EC4A 3AB £5 entry
Crypt Fest: A night of underground emerging theatre. A festival of short works of the Central School of Speech and Drama MA Advanced Theatre Practice 2011 graduates.
Friday 1st July 2011 - 3pm and 6pm New Studio, The Central School of Speech and Drama Eton Avenue, London NW3 3HY Scratch performance