Thursday 1st November 7:30pm
Andy Smith and FUEL present SUMMIT
by Andy Smith
“We need to use our imagination. We need to imagine that change might be possible. That change is possible, however hard or impossible it might seem.”
In a blend of languages, including fully integrated BSL, three performers tell a story from three perspectives. It is the story of an international meeting. A meeting called to respond to a crisis. A meeting at which something happened, and in that moment everything changed.
Exploring equality and inviting action, SUMMIT is the new play by renowned theatre-maker Andy Smith, writer-performer of The Preston Bill, Commonwealth, and (alongside Tim Crouch), what happens to the hope at the end of the evening.
“Smith’s optimism is infectious” Total Theatre Magazine
“If I was going to recommend it to a friend, I would say it’s charming, it’s hopeful, it’s current and it makes you feel like you want to be a better person” – audience member
SUMMIT is performed in English and BSL, and is accessible for both Deaf and hearing audiences.
Co-commissioned by South Street Reading in association with University of Reading, Brighton Festival, Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, UCLan/Derelict and Lancaster Arts. Supported by Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In association with Funded by Arts Council England and the Peggy Ramsay Foundation. In association with Unity Theatre, Liverpool.
Duration: 50 minutes (no interval)
Age guidance: 14+
Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions / Free for EHU Students with Arts Centre Membership