Worcester Theatres' in-house scratch event showcasing new, emerging, and original pieces of work, Taster Pots, allows performers to test their work in front of a live audience and receive feedback so that they can develop and improve.
Come along and join us to experience brand new theatre works and have the opportunity to offer feedback via a survey to assist in these shows' development!
It is advised that audience members should be 14+
You're seven years old.
Mum's in hospital.
Dad says 'she's done something stupid'.
She finds it hard to be happy.
You start a list of everything that's brilliant about the world.
Everything worth living for.
Alex Lake presents A List of Brilliant Things, based on the writing of Duncan Macmillan.
Diary of a Badminton Player examines the life of a middle aged man living in a city in the middle of England playing a sport loved by the middle classes.
The performer Steve Wilson is most of the above.
What length can a person go to get away from their stalker? Do you confront reality, sober and completely clueless? Or, do you arrange a big party, bake yourself a treat, drink lots of cocktails and dance all your troubles away?
Of course, the first option would probably be the most productive… But a party is just so much more fun. In this solo, feminist monologue, one woman has decided she cannot stay hidden inside the same four walls forever. Tonight is the night to forget all her troubles and head out for the evening. But something still lingers in the memory that makes the celebration just a little bittersweet.
With an apple pie in the oven, some slapped on make-up and a party dress, maybe all she needs in order to forget about her stalker is a rolling pin, a swish and a flick.
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