Open Source Theatre: Property & Theft (March 11th)

Theatre

A deserted supermarket. An unqualified debt counsellor. A tragic street vendor. A suspicious security guard. Property and Theft is a satirical, thoughtful and entertaining performance based around conversations with you, the audience. Exploring life, economics and poetry in a decaying capitalist society, this developing project is coming to Edinburgh following workshops and performances at the Soho Theatre, London, the Forest Fr…inge, Edinburgh, and on the streets of Essex.

Performances and audience discussion
Friday 11th March: 2.30 and 6.30pm
Friday 25th March: 2.30 and 6.30pm
Tollcross Community Centre
entry by donation

Open Source Theatre is a UK-based theatre collective focussing on participatory theatre and political engagement. We like finding accessible ways to talk with audiences about things that matter. We like throwing the theatre wide open. Previous projects include “Israel/Palestine”, an interactive theatre project which toured UK theatres, social centres and universities in April 2009.

Come to these events at the Tollcross Community Centre to see and participate in a unique and exciting theatre piece, to share your experiences with us, and to have a chance to contribute to a developing project.

“Property & Theft” is being brought to you in collaboration with This Collection (https://thiscollection.wordpress.com/), a community creativity collective, and the Adult Learning Project (http://www.tollcross.edin.org/alp/), a democratic education community.

Performances and audience discussion
Friday 11th March: 2.30 and 6.30pm
Friday 25th March: 2.30 and 6.30pm
Tollcross Community Centre
entry by donation

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