17th Mar 2017, 7:30pm

The Arts Centre

Friday 17th March 7.30pm
Saturday 18th March 7.30pm
Presented by Unity Theatre in association with the Arts Centre at Edge Hill University

The life of a Yorkshire village is shattered when elemental spirits replace the parish priest with his double. Alternative realities collide as this changeling interprets the gospel of love in his own alarming fashion.

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OBRA’s eight strong international ensemble interweave the visceral language of Hughes’ seminal work with intimate physicality and dynamic choreography, accompanied by a cinematic soundscape and live junkyard percussion.

This is theatre that embraces the transformative power of language and the body; dark, complex and touching. Gaudete is a physical and lyrical feast of ensemble theatre.

“Fantastic, precise, physical theatre. The vocal and movement talent is phenomenal. This is a standout production. Stunning performances and a riveting narrative arch.” (Audience member)

An OBRA Theatre Company production based on Gaudete by Ted Hughes | Directed by Kate Hannah Papi

Performance finishes 10.25pm (includes an interval)

Tickets: £12 / £10 concessions / FREE for EHU students on their Arts Centre membership

Non-Edge Hill University Students/Public
Please book tickets online  with us or call our Box Office on 01695 584480.

Edge Hill University Students
Arts Centre EHU Student Members can book tickets via the Arts Centre Box Office on 01695 584480 or online. If you are an EHU Student and not yet an Arts Centre Member, please contact the Box Office to sign up for free. It’s quick and easy to do!