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Forthcoming performances

Next performances of recent directing work

ZoA poetry productions
Zones of Avoidance
by Maggie Sawkins

The next performance of award-winning production Zones of Avoidance will take place in Eastbourne linked to a video installation about addiction by Melanie Manchot entitled TWELVE, currently being shown at The Towner gallery in Eastbourne. The performance of Zones of Avoidance will be held at The Birley Centre, immediately opposite, and Melanie Manchot will contribute to the aftershow Q&A. Zones of Avoidance and TWELVE are both explorations of addiction that involve the voices of individuals in recovery.

Zones of Avoidance is written and performed by Maggie Sawkins and directed by Mark C. Hewitt with video sequences by Abigail Norris. Visit the project website: here »

Date: Tuesday 28 June
Time: 7.30pm
The Birley Centre, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 4EF
Tickets: £9.00 (concessions for Towner Friends)
Box Office: 01323 452255

The work will also be shown at the University of Winchester, Performing Arts Studio 2, in October 2016.
Production photos by Nivine Keating © Morrighan Images, 2015

Live Literature
This is always the result ☆☆☆☆
by Gus Watcham

Two stories written and performed by Gus Watcham. Directed by Mark C. Hewitt with video by Abigail Norris.
"... a disturbing exploration into the frailty of the human mind and all its imperfections"
Read the 4 Star review from Brighton Fringe on Broadway Baby »

In T
he Crush, ageing Kathy longs for the man who barely knows she exists.
This is always the result, chaotic violence and human frailty crash in on Sarah's ordinary life in a seaside town.

Above: The Crush. Photo © François Norris, 2015
Below: This is always the result, from the video by Abigail Norris

Date/time: Friday 1 July, 7.30pm
Venue: Kino Teatr, St Leonards on Sea
(43-49 Norman Rd, East Sussex TN38 0EQ)
Tickets: £14 / £12 concessions (£10 under 16s)
Box Office: 01424 457830
Available online here »

Further performances to follow in Birmingham and Salisbury