The Other 1% – Renovators
Sunday 25th March 2018 at 3pm. Venue open at 2.30pm.
99% of evidence that alleges to be paranormal is either erroneous or fraudulent. That leaves 1% of information that, at present, defies explanation.
A series of monthly live audio dramas with a difference…
Amy Sutton and Jack Kristianson are your presenters – immersing you in a short fully illustrated presentation that will enlighten you with a tale of some aspect of the paranormal.
After an interval, the roughly one hour-long audio drama begins – recorded live for web transmission – with a cast of up to nine actors weaving a most captivating tale.
A windswept Island. A derelict hotel. A team of ex-con builders, their powertools and a dybbuk bent on their destruction.
In Jewish mythology, a dybbuk (Yiddish meaning “adhere” or “cling”) is a malicious possessing spirit believed to be the dislocated soul of a dead person. It supposedly leaves the host body once it has accomplished its goal, sometimes after being helped.
Written by Jonathan Williamson, Renovators started life as a script for a horror film. Having successfully collaborated with TBC Audio on a number of productions including Extraordinary Tales, The Boleyn Brothers and the acclaimed production Protect & Survive which premiered at the Brighton Fringe in 2017, Jonathan has adapted his story as an full-cast audio theatre production for TBC Audio.
This will be Renovators world premier and the recording will be aired later in the year.
Before recording the play Jonathan will discuss it’s origins and the difficulties of trying to make independent films in the UK today with the regular presenters of The Other 1%.
Two Acts. 20 mins and 70 mins. Suitable for age 15+. Contains adult language, violence and scenes of a sexual nature from the start.
Tickets: £12 (UGT members, OAP’s and Students £9) includes a glass of wine / cup of tea or coffee.
Ticket booking fee may be payable on online purchases.
Want to avoid this? Then:
Buy at the UGT on Fridays and Saturdays 10am – 4pm,
or whenever the theatre is open, or, if still available, on the door.
With regret, the venue is below ground on split levels and has no wheelchair access.
A hearing loop is available.