Conversations With Myself

Theatre (physical theatre, devised)

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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

Plunge into the depths of the mind in this innovative mask piece. Nicholas returns home from a long day on Wall Street. He tries to liberate himself from his unexplained anguish, but what ails him so? All options seem exhausted until Gino arrives, and convinces him to host a party. Nicholas changes to greet the guests, but those arriving are in fact the demons of his mind. One by one, they renew the crisis. Inebriated, the night spirals beyond his control. Hell is empty. The devils are here. ‘Threat... Mania... I was completely captivated’ **** (Tab).

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General venue access

  • Accessible entry: One full flight of stairs and one quarter-flight of stairs up from street level, approx 800mm wide at narrowest.
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 20+
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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Our access tickets service is available to anyone who:

  • Would like to book specific accessibility services, e.g. a hearing loop, audio description headsets, captioning units, seating in relation to the location of the BSL interpreter
  • Requires extra assistance when at a venue
  • Has specific seating requirements
  • Is a wheelchair user
  • Requires a complimentary personal assistant ticket to attend a performance

H moss 28 days ago

Without doubt a very talented cast . That is without doubt ! Excellent ! The narrative lost me a little ? I didn’t quite ‘get it’? Can’t blame the actors for that though . Still a great watch

Fiona Casper-Strauss 28 days ago

I went into the theatre expecting only mask and comedia, but what I got was that and SO MUCH MORE. This show pulled on my heart, my identity, and the meaning of life. I laughed and oh... did I cry. A profound and tender piece of theatre, with a crucial driving narrative. A must see.

David Dobson 34 days ago

An outstanding production - innovative, thought provoking and compelling. Superb writing and direction and exceptionally strong performances from all 5 actors. Definitely worth seeing!

Angus Easener 36 days ago

A very clever and insightful piece brought to life by an energetic and animated cast.

I've seen very little mask work, but the way it was used in this show worked exceptionally. It's a show that's hard to describe, but is well worth experiencing.

Lyn Bueller 39 days ago

Still thinking about this play 24 hours later. It sneaks into your psyche through the brilliantly produced multiple personalities behind the masks. You’re never quite sure where you are, and no matter how uncomfortable, you can’t take your eyes off the eyes in the masks. Outstanding acting and movement by a small tight cast. 5 stars!

Thea Peach 40 days ago

This show was fabulous, it was such a emotional piece of theatre that covered topics in a really sensitive and kind way .Would love to see it again , 5 stars

Warwick Alexander 40 days ago

Never been to the fringe before and went to this on impulse. Great piece of theatre would highly recommend.

Joanne Smith 40 days ago

Fantastic. This is the first time I have seen mask work and it was amazing. Thoroughly recommend. Great story and really good acting.


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Broadway Baby (4/5 stars) 33 days ago

It’s fifty years since the Stonewall riots sparked off the movement that became known as gay liberation. Since then the moral climate has changed, but still leaves many marginalised and feeling misunderstood and unwelcome. Conversations With Myself juxtaposes the event with the enduring issues in a beautifully crafted piece of...

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