The Butterfly Catcher
Written by David Lloyd
Co Devised by Laura Lloyd and the Theatre Company
Hello and welcome, tonight you will be joining me (Simmy) on a camcordered (if that is a word) adventure, capturing and charting the final days of school.
And what unites us all is our corridors/chairs our text books & our teachers. We are the class of 2017 & they say this is the most important year of our lives so far. But what they forget to say is, that it’s also the most scary and confusing year too.
But don’t worry soon it’ll all be passed…
Join our next flight on 22nd April 2017 at The Hat Factory
Tickets: £10 (£8 conc)
The Butterfly Catcher was first performed at the Library Theatre, Luton in July 2014 and then The Brighton Fringe in May 2015.
The Brighton Fringe (England’s largest arts festival) was a huge success for The Butterfly Catcher winning the prestigious Brighton Fringe Award for outstanding theatre and being short-listed for the Brighton Fringe Award for Theatre as well as receiving a nomination for The South of England Best New Play Award. The NGYT company also collected a number of 4/5 star reviews from Fringe Guru, Broadway Baby & The Latest 7.
Please follow Simmy @butterflyspotta to keep up to date with the production
In Doing Nothing I Found Me
Written By David Lloyd
Co- Devised by NGYT Theatre Company
Turn the page and peer deep inside a young mind struggling to find himself; Lost within space, caught between the waves “…stuck….and we can’t get out coz well it’s easier to stay put than to face the day, to get up, pick out the right clothes and put on the right face. And during this daily routine that has since become known as my life, I constantly feel like I’m waiting for something big….like really big you know right?”
Join Peter on an adventure into the unknown, a story of discovery, a journey through everything to find something or nothing. Either way it’s a journey we all will face, head on.
‘In Doing Nothing I Found Me’ will be at The Hat Factory Luton on the 29th April 2017
Tickets: £10 (£8 conc)
Find out what the company thought about their work in progress performance back in Feb 2016.
Please follow Peter @indoingnothing to keep up to date with the production.