Lone Twin Theatre presents The Festival
Internationally acclaimed performance company Lone Twin Theatre presents its appropriately titled new work The Festival this May.
The third part of their acclaimed Catastrophe Trilogy, it sees two lives cross at an Australian festival of music and song where people have gathered to watch the whales.
This is a simple story of love and expectation, of family and companionship, of the mundane and the extraordinary.
Artistic directors Gary Winters and Brighton-based Gregg Whelan – who have worked together as the cult performance duo Lone Twin for over twelve years – set up Lone Twin Theatre to present narrative-based ensemble work.
The Festival is part of Caravan – Brighton Festival’s three day showcase of site-specific, interactive and incidental performance from 15 of the South East’s most exciting talents, which runs from 9-11 May – and is supported by Brighton venue The Basement, where Lone Twin Theatre is based.
The Festival, Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome, 11 May, 8pm01273 709709. Part of the Brighton Festival,