A Sublime Feeling
FOUR PERFORMANCES ONLY
Thursday 17 – Saturday 19 August at 7pm
Also Saturday at 3pm
Inspired by the current exhibition at Salisbury Museum British Art: Ancient Landscapes, Stage 65, Salisbury Playhouse’s talented Youth Theatre, is working with the fabulously imaginative theatre company Kazzum to create a special show in the surroundings of the garden at the Museum.
The performance follows the course of the longest day of the year, with the dramatic rising and setting of the sun depicted on a specially designed set while characters including scientists, archaeologists, tourists and hippies tell their stories of how they interact with the landscape. The show is be visual, playful and surprising.
With just four performances, don’t miss this very special outdoor theatrical event.
Kazzum is a London-based arts organisation specialising in devising productions in non-traditional venues for young people using playful and inclusive methods.
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Tickets £12 (under 16s £9) [door sales at The Museum from 30 minutes prior to each performance; cash only]
Running time approx. 60 minutes
This production is performed outdoors in the garden of Salisbury Museum. Tickets are unreserved on the lawn. Please bring rugs or cushions to sit on. There will be limited seating for those with mobility needs. The performance will go ahead in all but extreme weather.
The exhibition is open (free) to ticket holders from one hour prior to each performance.
Cast & Creatives
Director Alex Evans
Designer Amanda Mascarenhas
Assistant Director Hannah Treadaway