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Water

Created by Filter & David Farr

A Filter and Lyric Hammersmith Co-Production

 

Filter return to the Tricycle following their universally-acclaimed production of TWELFTH NIGHT!

‘Outrageously ambitious and gobsmackingly well-orchestrated drama… a triumph of both style and substance.’ Metro

‘The show with the flow. Filter subtly blend storytelling and stagecraft… uses hi-tech staging to tell a very human pair of stories that intertwine the personal and the political. The Times

‘Spellbinding theatre from the experimental group Filter. The use of layers, both physical and thematic, is both playful and disturbing’ Financial Times

Work that dazzles the eye, enchants the ear, and stimulates both the mind and heart.’ Daily Telegraph

In Canada two half brothers clash over the legacy of their dead father. Meanwhile in Germany a young female special advisor tries to push through a deal at a political summit, and in Mexico a young Englishman prepares to dive the deepest freshwater cave in the world.

With the strange beauty of a dream, Water inter-cuts between powerful individual stories, exploring man’s desire to push himself to the limit in an increasingly unstable world.

Filter is renowned for its distinctive theatrical style that exposes the workings of a production – video is mixed onstage and sound is produced live by a musician and the performers to create a unique, ‘live chemistry’ experience for audiences.

Recommended for 14+

 

BOOKING
DATES & TICKETS
DATES
Tue 1 Feb 2011 - Sat 5 Mar 2011

TICKETS
£12 Mon 8pm, Midweek Mats
£18 Tues – Friday 8pm, Sat 4pm
£22 Sat 8pm

Allocated Seating. The theatre auditorium is unreserved seating. For a small additional charge, you can reserve one of the 40 allocated seats.

Press Night:
Thurs 3 Feb, 7pm
Midweek Matinees:
Weds 16 Feb
Weds 2 March
PRODUCTION
A Filter and Lyric Theatre Hammersmith Co-Production, in association with Warwick Arts Centre

Director: David Farr
Music: Tim Phillips
Set & Costume Design: Jon Bausor
Video Design: Andi Watson
Lighting Design: Jon Clark