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Here's a really exciting one-off event produced by associate artist Sarah Hogarth and working with local artists and the recently 'emerged' participants of the Emerging Artists Programme. Places are limited, so best to book soon.

Control 25 8th November Liverpool

In partnership with Hope Street Ltd, All Things Considered Theatre presents - Control 25, 8th November 2014, 12pm onwards Liverpool. Liverpool’s first large scale one to one performance event. Happening in everyday spaces and places, Control 25 invites you to surrender, share and take control as you go on a solo journey around the streets of Liverpool. The journey you take is up to you and will depend on how much risk you are willing to take. Which route will you choose?

Route 1 – Remote Control: Observing, Familiar, Everyday

Route 2- Birth Control: Warm, Gentle, Playful

Route 3 -Pest Control: Surprising, Hazardous, Bold

Route 4- Passport Control: Risky, Adventurous, Uncertain

What to expect? Audience members will participate in a series of intimate encounters created by a group of emerging artists from Hope Street Limited. What are the One to One encounters At this stage it is difficult to tell you about the individual one to one performances as many of them are still in development. I can however give you an idea of some of the work. One piece will explore 'The sensation of being measured'. Another piece will involve going on a taxi ride with a Liverpool cabbie, the friendliest taxi drivers in the world!! or are they. Another piece will invite audience/participants to walk in the shoes of a real life couple from Liverpool as we experience their first date, with another encounter exploring the simple moments in the life. 

Artist Talk 6pm -7.30pm 8th November

Control 25 will conclude with an artists’ talk, hosted by Liverpool John Moore’s University Drama department. Ant Hampton, Sharron Devine and Seth Honnor (Kaleider) will be speaking, with guest speaker Dr Rachel Zerihan. Control 25 is funded by the Arts Council England and is a partnership project with Hope Street Ltd, Liverpool John Moores University and FACT


Ticket information

Tickets £5 plus booking fee

http://control25.eventbrite.co.uk/

All journeys will start every 10 minutes from 12pm till 4pm. Each journey will last 1 hour approximately

All routes start at FACT Liverpool, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, L1 4DQ arrive 10 minutes before your journey begins.

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Trailblazers



 Are you aged 10-18?
 

Do you want to have a go at Free Running, Graffiti Art or Street Dance?
If you want to try something new, join us...
 
Do I need to pay for anything at all?
Nope, there’s no charge for any of the activities and all materials and equipment will be provided for you.
 
Can anyone come along?
Yes! As long as you are aged between 10 and 18 years, we welcome all young people from Everton.
 
When are the sessions?
Every Friday, 6-8pm starting on
Friday 12th September at the Shewsy
37 Langrove Street, Everton L5 3PE
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Hope Street Limited is a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England
and receives funding from the
Culture Liverpool Investment Programme.
Hope Street Limited is the founding member of COoL - Creative Organisations of Liverpool.
Hope Street Limited is a company limited by guarantee: 2274170 (England) and a registered charity: 327870
 
Hope Street Limited would very much like to thank Business in the Arts:North West through whose Better Board Bank programme Martin Bocking of Lovelock Mitchell Architects, Zik Omope of Ziko Associates, Andrew Taylor of The TPS Group and Mark Leech of Bruntwood have joined the board.