AUTUMN 2017: COLLABORATIVE TOURING NETWORK

 

Hull, Darlington, Wigan, Peterborough, Gloucester, Thanet, Torbay, Medway, London: working together to reinvent touring.

Now in its fourth year, the project sees productions selected by Battersea Arts Centre and the CTN partners tour the country. At each destination these performances will form the core of a festival also featuring a host of homegrown talent, music and food.

Shows selected for Autumn 2017 include: The Castle Builder by Vic Llewellyn & Kid Carpet, Ross And Rachel by James Fritz and Almost Always Muddy by Likely Story Theatre and Kirsty Harris.

Dates for upcoming festivals:

WIGAN
Wigan Arts Festival
27 Sep - 1 Oct 2017
Twitter: @Theoldcourts
Facebook: The Old Courts

DARLINGTON
Jabberwocky Market
4 - 8 Oct 2017
Twitter: @JabbMarket
Facebook: Jabberwocky Market

GLOUCESTER
Strike A Light Festival
11 - 15 Oct 2017
Twitter: @Strike_A_Light
Facebook: Strike A Light

HULL
Heads Up Festival
18 - 22 Oct 2017
Twitter: @headsuphull
Facebook: Heads Up Hull

MEDWAY 
Paint the Town Festival
25 - 29 Oct 2017
Twitter: @LyriciArts
Facebook: Lyrici Arts

TORBAY 
Doorstep Arts
1 - 5 Nov 2017
Twitter: @doorstep_arts
Facebook: Doorstep Arts

PETERBOROUGH
Platform 8 Festival
8 - 12 Nov 2017
Twitter: @Platform8PBO
Facebook: Platform 8

THANET
Looping the Loop Festival
15 - 19 Nov 2017
Twitter: @loopingthanet
Facebook: Looping The Loop


The Collaborative Touring Network is supported by Arts Council England, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Garfield Weston Foundation.
 

ACCESS INFORMATION

Step-Free Access
Ths performance will take place in our Grand Hall, which has step-free access through the entrance and a lift to the Balcony (higher seating). There is an accessible toilet near the Grand Hall.

There is step-free access into the main foyer of our building, and to the Scratch bar with accessble toilet facilities on the ground floor.


Relaxed Performances
All performaces are relaxed. This means that you are free to move about, make noise and come and go during the show.
 

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