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    The MAKING-SPACE Scratch Night

    Wed 20 - Thu 21 July at 7.15pm
    Tickets £5
    The MAKING-SPACE Programme have 6 months to create a company, process and production together. Be part of our legacy; Watch, comment, network. Discounts for our final shows will be available.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 135 Minutes
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeReferences to depression, violence, transphobia, queerphobia, misuse of drugs and alcohol, mental health, swearing, family trauma, sexual references, discussion around class and race

    What if young theatre makers could get paid to create their own work?

    The MAKING-SPACE Programme does just that.

    Funded by the Universal Credit Kickstart Scheme, we have 6 months to create a company, process and theatre production together. We believe in the power of collaboration for growth and we are looking for feedback from audience members who are ready to share their opinions to evolve our work. You could be a theatre professional or a person who prefers Netflix - all are welcome and encouraged to join. For two nights, we will be sharing extracts of the three pieces that make up our production ‘this is not a party.’. Be part of our legacy: attend our scratch, watch the pieces, have your say and network with our amazing community. Discounts will be available for our final shows.

    ‘A Party. (noun)

    Definition: A space that people enter as individuals, become a group inside and leave changed. People might commemorate, might celebrate, might connect.

    One production. Three performances on: Gentrification; The Mind; and Gender/Love/Sexuality. The setting of a celebration. ’

    Get it in the diary now. We’d love to see you there.



    We collaboratively innovate theatre and how it’s made.

    "This group is amazing"
    Annys Whyatt

    “Such a crucial part of the UK theatre ecology… Developing artists and audiences”

    The Guardian, 2016