Spring is coming and [Foreign Affairs] is once again marking the vernal equinox with a festive evening of performance, poetry and celebration.
For the third year running we will be sharing the company’s collaborative practice in this one-off theatre event hosted at the Rose Lipman Building in east London, where we lay our scene.
‘… winter, which, being full of care, makes summer’s welcome thrice more wish’d, more rare.’ – William Shakespeare
This year our show draws inspiration from the Bard himself as we close the door on winter and dream of warmer days, welcoming new cycles, new beginnings and new discoveries!
Bring along a cushion, huddle up close (we promise not to bite) and allow yourself to be immersed in the world of [Foreign Affairs].
We will also be announcing our 2018 season of international theatre, which sees us visiting distant shores in both hemispheres.
Doors open at 7:30pm and we will kick off the evening by serving Sparkling White Peach Sangria and cold beers in our pop-up bar, at cheerful prices.
From 8pm onwards, join our international ensemble on an exploration into the realms of physical storytelling, rhythm and song, through readings and performance, all inspired by the timeless words of William Shakespeare.
Stick round after the show to continue the pagan celebration (with a few more sangrias?) as we offer you the exclusive on our upcoming season.
We want to make sure that our Spring Equinox show is accessible to everyone so we’ve made it part of our Pay What You Can (PWYC) programme, because your engagement, participation and support mean the world to us! We’re grateful for whatever support you can give!
All funds raised during the event will go directly towards supporting the work of our international ensemble of theatremakers, enabling us to move our work to the next level, to continue to make theatre that knows no borders, and to take our work to new places and new audiences.
PWYC – £6, £9, £12, £15 or