Sat 01 Feb 2020
18:00 - 18:45 (45m)
credit: Sarah Smart

"I was incredibly impressed by the emotional impact of the piece. It brought to mind chilling contemporary horror stories like Black Mirror and Us - both popular and attractive to audiences who don't traditionally attend theatre"
The Byre Theatre
_ Price: £6 / £4
_ Age Group: 12+ (under 18s accompanied)
_ Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre

Company: Nunah Theatre

Supporting: The Space, Dundee

An innovative piece of physical theatre focusing on the unreliability of memory – the interpretations, the misunderstandings – with a mischievous narrative trying frantically to fit the pieces of a woman’s life together. Based in Dundee, the company’s dynamic, collaboratively devised ensemble work recently featured in events celebrating the opening of the city’s V&A Museum of Arts & Design.

Nunah is an exciting physical theatre company based in Dundee. Nunah creates original, visually stunning, emotionally resonant productions, sometimes inside theatres, but also in other public spaces. You may have seen Nunah recently outside Dundee train station or popping up in the V&A.

Nunah make high energy, innovative, uniquely staged, story-driven theatre. They have developed a trademark style of experimental performance, which always begins from a process of physical improvisation and play. All their work recognises the audiences is there and responds to them. This may be making work on a theme or to inhabit a certain space.

Performance includes little to no spoken dialogue.