Grip – in 360

Nothing To Perform

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★★★★ “It’s a powerful and inventive piece of theatre…thoughtfully compelling and, well, gripping” There Ought To Be Clowns

★★★★ “Scene changes are slick and speedy in this intriguing and informative production, tackling some immensely relevant contemporary issues.”  London Theatre 1

From the creative team who brought you the 5-star sell-out Camden Fringe and RADA Festival show, Nothing to Perform, comes this award-winning tale that is both inventive and cautionary.

Grip tells the story of Trev, a young man surrounded by a world that glitches, skips and repeats like an old tape recording. As he and his father try to overcome their masculine inhibitions to deal with the loss of Trev’s mother, it becomes clear there’s something else going on. The only person who shares Trev’s anxiety is Louise, a young girl grappling with her parents’ imminent divorce. But when Trev and Louise’s lives collide on an ill-fated night out, the two are forever changed. Trev is arrested and the circumstances of his class, gender, and mental health coalesce into a shattered kaleidoscope view of what it means to be a young working-class man in England today.

GRIP won the Audience Choice Award at the International Youth Arts Festival.

Writer: Scott Howland
Director: Harriet Taylor
Sound: Julian Chesshire
Cast: Scott Howland, Emily Brown, Drew Paterson, Collette Hodson, Julian Chesshire, Gaz Hayden, Rob Barnes, Kristin Winters, Jessica Temple, Oli Franks.

Photo credit: Jamie Bell

Filmed in 360 degrees by LIVR – you can sit in the front row and experience the show all without a VR headset.

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  • From: Friday, 17th July 2020
  • Start Time: 20:30
  • To: Monday, 31st August 2020
  • End Time: 23:59
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Zsuzsi Page
Zsuzsi Page
3 months ago

What a wonderfully interesting piece. So many topics discussed, with some truly powerful performances.

Scott Howland
Scott Howland
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3 months ago

Thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed.

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