• SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus

Free Workshops & Showings

Surge are hosting a series of free performance workshops and showings relating to our residency programme.  .

These workshops and showings are open to all and will take place at our rehearsal space on the 2nd Floor, 51 Cadogan Street, Glasgow, G2 7HF, or online depending on current Covid regulations. Please email Alan Richardson at alan@surge.scot if you have any questions or to book your free place, or call the office on 0141 248 6910

The Workshop: 11:30am – 1pm Wednesday 8th September
Join our residency artist Sharon Took-Zozaya for the Making Moves That Matter workshop.
Inspired by themes explored in Sharon’s work-in-progress, ‘Finding Petunia LittleTree, this experiential movement based workshop will explore narratives that call forth authentic responses from within. We will practice translating the characters, situations and stories we most care about into specific movement images, gestures and text that lead to meaningful body-based performance.
The Sharing: 4pm Friday 10th September
Who is Petunia LittleTree? And what is it about her relationship with baby Semper Sprout that’s so unnerving? This work-in-progress showing by Sharon Took-Zozaya culminates a week of physical theatre and text based research into a bittersweet piece that explores emotional responses to the climate crisis through a compassionate lens…and asks how can we live with what we know, with humour, dark undertones and all?

 

 

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