Bite Size Festival returns to the Warwick Art’s Centre on Saturday 7 November, giving you the opportunity to explore and sample a range of great theatre all in one place on one day. The day boasts finished productions, sessions with works still in progress, readings and excerpts from a wide repertoire.
Expect a diverse and exhilarating collection of shows from well-established companies alongside those you may not have seen before.
Productions include: The Boy Who Bit Picasso, an interactive theatre show for anyone aged from four upwards, introducing one of the twentieth century’s most influential artists through the eyes of a young boy; A Translation of Shadows, bringing the benshi back to explore the power of the narrator to affect the story; and JOAN, which fuses new writing with drag king cabaret for the very first time.
There are also four sessions throughout the day, giving audiences the opportunity to explore emerging new theatre and cutting edge drama.
Tickets can be purchased for separate productions and sessions, or day passes can be purchased for just £35. To find out more about the programme for Bite Size Festival and to book tickets please visit: www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/series/bite-size-festival/
Day Pass: £35 (£33) Includes entry to Sessions, A Translation of Shadows, The Boy Who Bit Picasso and JOAN. Day passes are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Sessions: £5 (per session)
A Translation of Shadows: £13 (£11) ; The Boy Who Bit Picasso: £10.95 (£7.95) ; JOAN: £13 (£11)