Known for plays without directors, sets and rehearsals, the acclaimed Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour takes it to extremes in his new play Blank. Each night the gap-riddled script is to be completed by a new performer and a live audience. The play becomes a story machine to share the life story of the playwright, the performer and a random audience member. Blank celebrates the communal and elusive nature of theatre as audience members shout, laugh, gasp and collaborate to write the evening’s story, a story that will never be told in the same way ever again.
|Friday, 5 August 16||Nazli Tabatabai-Khatambakhsh|
|Saturday, 6 August 16||Thom Dibdin|
|Sunday, 7 August 16||Ali McGregor|
|Monday, 8 August 16||Thom Tuck|
|Tuesday, 9 August 16||Micky Bartlett|
|Wednesday, 10 August 16||Steven McNicoll|
"Wildly unpredictable and completely unforgettable"
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