Tit for Tat
Four bedraggled book enthusiasts travel from town to town – forced between the margins – on a mission to protect literature.
The libraries keep closing, their beloved books are being forced out into the streets, where the rain is heavy and the sun is getting hotter!
But with the membership numbers of their strange little book club dwindling, they must embark on a quest to recruit more radical reading enthusiasts. Without new members, the book club might be closed forever!
(you make take a moment to gasp in horror)
These Hardback Heroes can’t let such a tragic epilogue come to pass… but they need you. Yes, YOU. You can already read – so we’re halfway there.
Solo Research & Development
Ryan explores his own degenerative hearing loss as a celebratory source of Play and joyous perspective.
A show exploring cultural boundary and social identity when existing between two distinctly different worlds, and belonging to neither.
Not a commentary on loss or difficulty, but rather a half-mad ear-splitting laugh towards the awkwardness of all humanity.
Highlighting the connections that we all share, which require no words or logic, where the loudest actions are lost in translation, and the tiniest looks become deafening.
In this world of chattering heads and singing hands, we explore a dialect of love and humour, where we put our egos aside, and revel in the absurd.