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Scratch Preston

Wednesday, 16 March 2016 - 7:30pm

 

They Eat Culture invites you to Scratch Preston, a monthly informal showcase of new performance projects and ideas. Each night features a range of live performance; Theatre, dance, Comedy, Spoken Word and the unexpected.After the scratches the audience will have the chance to give feedback allowing the artists to respond and develop their idea.
 
All of the acts take place in the Event Space at The Continental so you can enjoy the evening in the comfort of your local pub.
 
Scratch Preston is hosted by They Eat Culture’s resident theatre company
Tin Can People. Tin Can People is made up of Rob Gregson, Charlotte Berry & Chloe Stollery.
 
www.tincanpeople.com
 
Performing at Scratch Preston!
 

Kieran Haggitt

How many of Me?
 
Self-expression and identity has become an emerging struggle in our social media driven world. People are thriving to become unique, and when it boils down to the basics of names. How unique are you really?
@HaggittK
 

Actor Awareness

Netflix and chill with Bae
 
It's all about that terrifying 1st date and when you start over thinking that dreaded first move it goes from bad to worse. 
 
http://www.actorawareness.co.uk/
 
 

PJ Productions

Doorstep
 
A lot can go on behind a closed door. Sometimes you just have to knock on one to discover all sorts of different secrets. Sometimes you just have to know what's going on back there. Sometimes you get an urge... 
www.thedramastudio.wordpress.com 
 

Richard Kennedy

She was the one that…
 
We will talk, you might listen, maybe we will smile, at times we might cry, at one point I will be dancing and badly singing, together we will experience the story of the common people beginning with this autobiographical solo.
@RSkennedy1995
 
 

The House of Misery

The Human Condition
 
A dark comedy theatre piece about a documentary maker, Freya Freeman, who has made a film entitled 'The Human Condition'. The film explores, through existentialist eyes, the duality of man by taking an in depth look at a theatre group called 'No time for TV'. The group have just finished the third series of their BAFTA award winning TV comedy 'Fifty Shades of Earl Grey'. Whilst being interviewed the cast and crew slowly reveal what it is to be human but perhaps the documentary reveals a little more than they had bargained for! 
 
 
Scratch Preston will be joined by The Yapper Club
 
 
A new way of enjoying theatre and meeting like-minded people. Inspired by the classic book club format, Yappers Theatre Club is a new way to experience the many innovative and brilliant performances that are staged in Preston.
 
Find out more about the Yappers Club Here
 
Scratch Preston is at The Continental on Wednesday 16th March 2016.
Doors open at 7:30pm
Tickets £3
Available online from See Tickets and on the door.
 
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