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Whistle by Martin Figura

Wednesday 20th June 2018
Show: 7:00 PM Doors: 7:00 PM

Please Note: Doors 7pm

Norwich Arts Centre | 51 St Benedicts St, Norwich , NR2 4PG, United Kingdom

Norwich Arts Centre presents…

Whistle by Martin Figura

Wednesday 20th June 2018 
7:00 PM 

£5.00 + booking fee

 

Whistle written and performed by Martin Figura

Whistle is a multi-media depiction of a post-war British childhood using poetry, family photographs and striking visuals. Figura explores themes of identity, forgiveness, loss, adoption and family with insight and gentle humour to tell a unique coming-of-age story, which is both profound and uplifting.

‘moving, brave, unsentimental’
Jackie Kay MBE, Poet,Novelist & Playwright

‘tender, beautiful, funny’
Chloe Garner, Director Ledbury Poetry Festival

‘the first show I ever gave a standing ovation’
Jo Bell, Director National Poetry Day

‘magnificent and genuinely haunting’
David Morley, Magma Magazine

Director James Grieve
Producer Sarah Ellis
Supported and developed by Apples & snakes
Visual Creator & 2nd recorded voice Andre Barreau
Animator & Technical Designer Karen Hall
Visual Operator & Recorded Voice Helen Ivory

 

Please note, we won't be posting out physical or E-Tickets tickets for this event. All you will need to do is go along, just before the start of the event with your order number (which is given in your confirmation email) and some form of ID.

 

Whistle by Martin Figura, Wednesday 20th June 2018

Norwich Arts Centre presents…

Whistle by Martin Figura

Wednesday 20th June 2018 
7:00 PM 

£5.00 + booking fee

 

Whistle written and performed by Martin Figura

Whistle is a multi-media depiction of a post-war British childhood using poetry, family photographs and striking visuals. Figura explores themes of identity, forgiveness, loss, adoption and family with insight and gentle humour to tell a unique coming-of-age story, which is both profound and uplifting.

‘moving, brave, unsentimental’
Jackie Kay MBE, Poet,Novelist & Playwright

‘tender, beautiful, funny’
Chloe Garner, Director Ledbury Poetry Festival

‘the first show I ever gave a standing ovation’
Jo Bell, Director National Poetry Day

‘magnificent and genuinely haunting’
David Morley, Magma Magazine

Director James Grieve
Producer Sarah Ellis
Supported and developed by Apples & snakes
Visual Creator & 2nd recorded voice Andre Barreau
Animator & Technical Designer Karen Hall
Visual Operator & Recorded Voice Helen Ivory

 

Please note, we won't be posting out physical or E-Tickets tickets for this event. All you will need to do is go along, just before the start of the event with your order number (which is given in your confirmation email) and some form of ID.

 

Norwich Arts Centre | 51 St Benedicts St, Norwich , NR2 4PG, United Kingdom

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