We are huge fans of Raucous Caucous collectives work and are proud to be supporting their transformation of Bristol’s Jacob’s Wells Baths with comprehensive lighting fixture and control hire, for their exciting upcoming production ‘Ice road’
It is also great to be providing additional equipment to the incredible team at Limbic Cinema whose ground breaking creative video projection work is truly awe inspiring.
If you are looking for engrossing, immersive, transformative, visceral and innovative theatre then this should not be missed.
“You are a cockroach, Tati. You will survive the hunger, the cold, fever and this war.”
In the wreckage of an old apartment block, four orphans are compelled to join forces to survive the murderous Leningrad blockade. Through a cruel winter, enemy shelling and gnawing hunger, Leah, Zoya, Tati and Kub fantasise of escape on the only road out of the city – the ice road.
Every night, whilst the city freezes and the bombs rain down, Leah mysteriously leaves the others for several hours. She will not tell them where she goes and they daren’t ask – the food she brings back is the only thing keeping them alive.
But then as winter bites hard, the youngest, Kub goes missing…
Harnessing Russian folklore and historical witness accounts, Ice Road fuses performance, creative technology, original music, film and aroma to tell the story of the children war leaves behind.
“Cleverly conceived, distinctively different”
Ice Road, written by Sharon Clark (The Stick House, The Biting Point, Plow) and directed by Kate Hewitt (winner of the JMK Award; Far Away, Young Vic) features projection mapping by Limbic Cinema (The Stick House, Glastonbury Festival, Roni Size New Forms Tour, In Between Time - Dawn), film by Jack Offord (The Stick House, Bristol Old Vic, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse) and an original score by Timothy X Atack (Sleepdogs). The show is designed by award-winning Conor Murphy (The Stick House, Royal Opera House, Royal Swedish Opera), with lighting by Ben Pacey (The Stick House, Dark Land Light House) and creative technology by Tom Metcalfe.
Jacob’s Wells Baths
Jacob’s Wells Road
2 Oct – 19 Nov 2017
Mon 2 – Wed 4 October 2017, 6.30pm
Running time: approx. 70 mins
Please note that this performance is promenade (the audience walks through the performance) so will not be seated. If you require a seat, or have any specific access requirements, please advise box office when booking. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
Image credit: Paul Blakemore
How to book
Watershed Box Office 0117 927 5100
Raucous web page:
Direct booking link: https://uk.patronbase.com/_Watershed2/Productions/11XT/Performances
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