An experimental collaboration using words, movement and the library at Conway Hall.
Created and performed by Zoe Tsavdarides, Rebecca May Johnson, Mark Carberry, Ed Attlee, Alexandra Baybutt and Samuel Schlee
James Cross and Des Truscott – Nothing is Certain but Expense (Scenes From An Urban Gothic)
Have you ever found yourself in a place far different from anything you know, where you don’t quite understand the rules or know what to do or say?
Nothing is Certain but Expense is a surreal, physically engaging portrayal of such a bewildering time.
When James first arrives in The City he finds everything is too busy, too systematised, too expensive and a far cry from anything in his previous experience.
Will he sink or swim in a place where no one has any time for anyone else?
James Cross will be presenting the first six scenes from a longer solo piece depicting his journey to and arrival in The City.
An improvisation based on a recent workshop at Conway Hall.
Devised by Luke Dixon, Jane Turner and Tyrone Landau.
Tickets: £2 for members of Conway Hall Ethical Society, £8 concessions, £10 standard.