FUSE Festival 2019: Interview with Eloina

Over the next couple of days we will be be catching up with some of the participants of this year's FUSE Festival and finding out a bit more about them and their work! We caught up with Eloina - who will be performing her new work-in-progress 'Fish Don't Bleed'.. 1. In 3 words describe yourself Messy, hairy woman. 2. What led you to create theatre? The public relationship and resonance you can form with an audience. The fact that we’re all humans in this together, in the world and at the very least, for the duration of the show! 3. What was your inspiration for creating this piece of theatre? The double take that strangers make when they see hair on my armpit. 4. Can you tell us a bit about

FUSE Festival 2019: Interview with Slackjaw Theatre Company

Over the next couple of days we will be be catching up with some of the participants of this year's FUSE Festival and finding out a bit more about them and their work! We caught up with Slackjaw Theatre Company - who will be performing their new work-in-progress 'Plunder'... 1. In 3 words describe your theatre company: Absorbing, Playful, Visual. 2. How did you meet? As drama students at the University of Exeter, a few years later, Izzy needed performers/devisers for a piece she was writing as part of her Masters (which later turned into our first show Smile, You’re On Camera). We really enjoyed working together, and so Slackjaw was born! 3. What was your inspiration for creating this piec

FUSE Festival 2019: Interview with The Delight Collective

Over the next couple of days we will be be catching up with some of the participants of this year's FUSE Festival and finding out a bit more about them and their work! We caught up with The Delight Collective - who will be performing their new work-in-progress 'IMOGENÉ: THE IMPROVISED POP CONCERT'... 1. In 3 words describe your theatre company: Delightful, progressive, cheeky 2. How did you meet? Through the Bristol Improv Theatre! IMOGENÉ was born whilst Jack Drewry and myself (Imogen Palmer) devised and taught the first ever introduction to improvised singing course at the theatre. We came up with the idea whilst having a few drinks after some of the classes, booked in some scratch nights

FUSE Festival 2019: Interview with Palomar Theatre

Photo: @david.griffiths Over the next couple of days we will be be catching up with some of the participants of this year's FUSE Festival and finding out a bit more about them and their work! We caught up with Palomar Theatre - who will be performing their new work-in-progress 'Isle of Apples'... 1. In 3 words describe your theatre company: Liberating. Loud. Loving. 2. How did you meet? We met whilst studying at university. Kind of. Well Ellie and Annie actually became friends waitressing together. Katie and Ellie met acting opposite each other in lots of plays. Gabi actually went to a different uni… but it all happened around-about the same time! 3. What was your inspiration for creating th

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