THE SPACE BETWEEN US

  • A collaboration between the Elders Company and Young Company. Created by Andrew Barry and Christopher Owen.
  • 17 February 2017 - 20 February 2017
  • The Studio

There is a space and together we will exist in it.

THE SPACE BETWEEN US is an eclectic group of performers who play, move and speak together. In this show the actors don’t play characters and don’t tell a story, instead they share their thoughts, feelings and experience.

Gordon describes the moment he fell for his wife, Matthew wonders how you know if you’re in love and Maureen dances to her own song. Words collide with movement, ideas and opinions knock against one another and human bodies aged 16-79 journey through the space.

The Space Between Us asks how are we different, how are we the same and what does it mean to be human?

Following the successful tour of FLICKER AND THE FLYING BOOKS the Royal Exchange Theatre’s resident community companies, the Elders Company and the Young Company, will once again collaborate in a pioneering new piece of physical theatre.

  • Event Information
  • VENUE: The Studio

    PERFORMANCE DATES: Thursday 16 February - Monday 20 February 2017

    PERFORMANCE TIMES: 
    Thursday 16/2/17 7:30PM

    Friday 17/2/17 5:00PM
    Saturday 18/2/17 2:30PM 7:30PM
    Sunday 19/2/17 2:30PM
    Monday 20/2/17 6:00PM

    TICKET PRICES: 

    Standard tickets from £10

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    BOOK TICKETS: Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online  

    Groups & schools booking

    RUNNING TIME: TBC

  • Creative Team
  • DIRECTOR Andy Barry with Christopher Owen

  • Related Events
  • Post-Show Discussion

    After 5pm performance, 17 February.

  • Matthew Allen

    Tony Cocker

    Christine Connor

    Marianne Downes

    Gordon Emerson

    Josh Hawson

    Adam Hussain

    Chris Littler

    Charlotte Maxwell

    Zoe Ndlovu

    Annie Rogers

    Kenya Sterling

    Maureen Stirpe

    Matt Wilkindon

    Michael Williams

    Jean Wood

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