Ockham’s Razor, who trained at Bristol’s own Circomedia, return to Mayfest with their second full-length piece.
Not Until We Are Lost uses aerial movement to create jaw-dropping physical theatre in a series of short stories that explore what it means to be lost. Get right to the heart of the action in this new promenade performance where aerial sculptures transform around us..
Not Until We Are Lost has an original score by Graham Fitkin (twice winner British Composer awards) and features a community choir from Bristol brought together especially for the show.
Ockham’s Razor’s unique blend of robust poetry leaves a beautiful scar
You can book this show as part of our weekend pass (Friday – Sunday only), or as part of our 4-for-3 offer.
A tale of tenderness and laughter turns to sadness and confusion. In this surreal and raucous show, an attempt to understand the past becomes a daring journey through the veils of memory that yields surprises and awakens ghosts.
This informal chat with contributions from Paul Clarke (Uninvited Guests/Bristol University), Jamie Eastman (Arnolfini), and Marie-Anne McQuay (Spike Island), considers approaches to performance in the visual arts and theatre.