This January Artistic Director, Bill Scott will be hosting a handful of special Tin Work-in-Progress screenings in Dorset.
Featuring readings, extracts from the film, documentary and behind the scenes footage, these exclusive evenings are sure to be popular with film buffs and those who have enjoyed the company's recent productions such as Frankenstein!, The Importance of Being Earnest and last summer's hugely successful outdoor tour of Waiting for Godot.
The screenings will be followed by an informal Q&A with Bill and regular Miracle performer, Jason Squibb, who plays one of the central characters in the film, giving followers of Miracle an exclusive opportunity to find out more about the company, and ask questions regarding its acclaimed track record over the last 35 years.
Where & When
Wednesday 22nd Jan, 7:30pm GILLINGHAM SCHOOL, SP8 4QP Tickets: 01747 833844
Thursday 23 Jan 7:30pm CHETNOLE VILLAGE HALL, DT9 6NU Tickets: 01935 873555
Friday 24 JAN 7:30pm STURMINSTER NEWTON EXCHANGE, DT10 1FH Tickets: 01258 475137
Sunday 26 JAN 8:00pm MARTINSTOWN VILLAGE HALL, DT2 9LF TICKETS 01305 889963
For directions, booking links and more information visit the artsearch site.
Like the cinema, but with a twist! As part of our continuing research, you are now invited to watch Waiting for Godot recorded especially for on-screen viewing at venues on 20th 21st & 23rd November. Our technology partners Golant Media Ventures are working with the venues: Driftwood Spars, St Agnes, Exeter University, Maker Junction, Barbican Theatre Plymouth to pilot their new digital distribution platform Cinegi ahead of a full launch in early 2014. Cinegi is the new secure, fully digital, film distribution and entertainment service for public venues and other commercial and not-for-profit organisations. Cinegi gives anyone, anywhere the opportunity to organise legal public screenings in high definition. It’s a one-stop shop for film - all by a simple download! Next weeks Waiting for Godot screenings will be shown by the power of Cinegi!
So if you’ve missed seeing the show OR saw it and fancy experiencing it again in a different way - come along!
There is no charge: you are simply asked to EXPERIENCE the production & give FEEDBACK after the show.
‘Digital Miracle’ is a research and development project funded by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts, England run by Nesta, Arts Council England and Arts and Humanities Research Council, and produced in partnership with Golant Media Ventures, Falmouth University and Dogbite Film.
Miracle kick started its season of digital experiments by plunging straight into the deep end with the streaming of ‘Waiting for Godot’ live from The Performance Centre, Penryn to audiences at Barbican Theatre Plymouth & Driftwood Spars Pub, St Agnes.
It was a night of fabulous performances and shared -experiences, which at times found us ‘waiting’ for the live stream as well as Godot, due to a few technical problems! So it is onwards and upwards on our digital journey! We’ll keep you posted on the next step.
Miracle kick starts a Season of Digital Experiments with its first live streaming event - using its acclaimed production of 'Waiting for Godot' - on September 12th 7:30pm.
So, if you haven’t seen the show yet, OR saw it and fancy experiencing it in a different way – here’s your chance!
There is no charge: you are simply asked to EXPERIENCE the production & give FEEDBACK before and after the show.
Click on the LIVE TO SCREEN tour dates to book & more information.
The Live Stream Experiment is taking place in three locations.
Location 1: The Performance Centre, Penryn Campus, TR10 9LX
Watch ‘Waiting for Godot’ as it is performed live by the cast, filmed and simultaneously streamed to remote locations.
Location 2: Driftwood Spars Pub, St Agnes TR15 0RT
Watch ‘Waiting for Godot’ on screen at the Driftwood, at the very moment it is being performed live at Falmouth University
Location 3: Barbican Theatre Plymouth PL1 2NJ
Watch 'Waiting for Godot’ on screen at the Barbican Theatre, at the very moment it is being performed live at Falmouth University
(and being screened at the Driftwood!)
Although these are FREE events EVERYONE needs to book a ticket www.miracletheatre.co.uk or by calling Miracle Office: 01209 216 762
This project is funded by Nesta the Digital R&D fund for the Arts, England
Digital Miracle Project partners are: Golant Media Ventures, DogBite & Falmouth University.
Miracle is opening its doors and offering young people the chance to join them for a week this summer.
Whether you want to meet new friends, gain extra confidence, learn specific skills or gain insight into the world of theatre then Miracle Theatre’s Summer Stars is for you!
No previous experience is required, just the desire to learn, perform and have fun!
During the daily 3 hour sessions participants will enjoy theatre games, mime, character, voice, text, improvisation and movement, and have loads of fun! At the end of the week there will be a celebratory sharing with friends and family where students can perform their new skills.
Date & Time
Mon 19th – Fri 23rd August - (12-16yr olds) 2pm to 5pm Led by Kyla Goodey.
Miracle Theatre, Krowji, West Park, Redruth TR15 3AJ
How do I book? Simply CLICK HERE to down load the application .
Once completed return to: Miracle Theatre Co, Krowji, West Park, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3AJ or email: firstname.lastname@example.org