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Writer : various - on Fri 29 & Sat 30 July

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We have curated a mini festival to launch Quarry Lab's new pop up exhibition SEE HERE at old Neale's Auction House in Nottingham.

First up is 'pay what you decide' chance to catch our new production A Fortunate Man: the story of a country doctor. See Michael Pinchbeck's stage exploration of the book by John Berger and Jean Mohr prior to an Edinburgh Festival run at 7.30pm on Friday 29 June.. Plus on Saturday 30 June a day long programme featuring a 'pay what you decide' story-telling workshop from award-winning writer Danny Braverman and virtuoso performances from Sue MacLaine, Tassos Stevens, Thibault Delferiere and a Nottingham return for the international hit show Wot? No Fish!! Information and to book tickets here

Opening on Friday 29 June with a 'pay what you decide' chance to catch Michael Pinchbeck's stage exploration of the book by John Berger and Jean Mohr A Fortunate Man: the story of a country doctor in Nottingham before it heads to the Edinburgh Fringe.

Saturday 30 June brings a day-long programme featuring a 'pay what you decide' story-telling workshop from award-winning writer Danny Braverman and virtuoso performances from innovative theatre-maker Sue MacLaine, Coney founder Tassos Stevens, Belguim artistThibault Delferiere and a Nottingham return for the international hit show Wot? No Fish!!

Friday 29 June at the old Neale's Auction House, Mansfield Road, Nottingham
- A Fortunate Man at 7.30pm - pay what you decide

Saturday 30 June at the old Neale's Auction House, Mansfield Road, Nottingham
The day starts with a workshop, followed by performances that can be booked separately or as a combined package for £15.
- Storytelling Workshop with Danny Braverman at 11am - pay what you decide
- Still Life: An Audience with Henrietta Moraes at 2.30pm - tickets £6 (PLEASE NOTE: the venue for this event is to be confirmed, but will be in walking distance from Old Neales Auction House)
- Still Life: An Audience with Henrietta Moraes at 5pm tickets £6 (PLEASE NOTE: the venue for this event is to be confirmed, but will be in walking distance from Old Neales Auction House)
- Wot No Fish (including per-show performances by Tassos Stevens and Thibault Delferiere) at 6.30pm tickets £12

*Please call NEW PERSPECTIVES on 0115 927 2334 if you have any access requirements

SEE HERE features work by a roster of visual artists include; Beverley Bennett, Matt Chesney, Shehzad Chowdhury, Sardul Gill, Paul Harraway, Jim Jack, Bill Ming, Nadia Ming, Mwini Mutuku, Dickens Otieno, Josie Perry, Richard Perry, Roy Pickering, Demi Overton, Carole Hawthorne, Gurminder Sikand.

The exhibition runs through to 13 July with performances by Liam Bailey, Harlieghblu, Abii Soul, Cecile Grey, spoken word events, lectures and workshops. For details of the exhibition and supporting events see www.quarrylab.org

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New Perspectives is an East Midlands based national touring theatre company, with a specialty in creating dynamic performances for rural audiences. We make ambitious and original theatre, focusing on new writing, adaptations and revivals, which we present in community settings and venues nationally and internationally. We provide career defining training and mentoring opportunities for emerging regional talent and manage the rural touring scheme Northants Touring Arts . 

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