Fuelfest at Tramway

​A festival of fresh new performance and digital art from award winning producers Fuel
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For one week only Tramway teams up with “maverick producing company” (Glasgow Herald) Fuel - to bring you a medley of bold, adventurous theatre, dance, spoken word and digital installation from some of the UK’s most exciting artists. If you like your performance with bite or are up for trying something a little bit different then Fuelfest is for you!

Fuel produces fresh work for adventurous people by inspiring artists. Founded in 2004 and led by Louise Blackwell and Kate McGrath, Fuel is a producing organisation working in partnership with some of the most exciting theatre artists in the UK to develop, create and present new work for all. All of the artists Fuel works with create shows, performances or experiences that have very clear, direct and playful relationships with their audiences. They appeal to the emotions and the intellect. Things that make you laugh and cry. These experiences take place in theatres, on the streets, online or in purpose-built structures.

Fuelfest Launch Party

Tue 20 November 8:30 - 11pm
FREE to Ring ticket holders
Help us kick of the festival in style with music from DJ NoFace and a free drink with your show ticket. Throughout Fuelfest the Tramway Café Bar will be open until 11pm for drinks, food and general merriment.
For more info on DJ Noface visit his facebook page by clicking here

Performance & Installation Programme

Fuel, Roundhouse and the UCL Ear Institute
Tue 20 - Sun 25 November
Fuel’s latest series of podcasts exploring the weird and wonderful human body in custom built listening stations. Featuring Stacy Makishi, Chris Thorpe, David Rosenberg and Deborah Pearson
Created by Fevered Sleep Produced in association with Fuel
Tue 20 - Sun 25 November
A miniature, multi-screen film installation about climate, connectedness and home.
Conceived and directed by David Rosenberg
Written by Glen Neath
Tue 20 & Wed 21 November
A thrilling new show by Shunt co-founder David Rosenberg that takes place in complete darkness
Wed 21 - Sun 25 November
Two intimate performances in garden sheds. Winner of a Herald Angel Award 2011.
Inua Ellams’
Thu 22 November 7:30pm
A lyrical fable of two brothers and the consequences of success.
Uninvited Guests’
In collaboration with Lewis Gibson
Fri 23 - Sun 25 November
Voice your concerns on the news of the day over a cup of tea and a biscuit

Workshop Programme

Wed 21 November
Voice, movement and emotion workshop led by Guy Dartnell
Thu 22 November
A writing workshop led by Inua Ellams centred around his current show Black T-Shirt Collection
Body Pods: Funded by a Wellcome Trust Arts Award. Also released as the Guardian Culture Podcast and on Time Out each month. The Simple Things in Life: Funded by Arts Council England. Box office supported by Spektrix. Ring: Triggered@Warwick. Funded by Arts Council England. Black T-shirt Collection: Commissioned by Warwick Arts Centre. Developed with the support of the Arvon Foundation, the National Theatre and the Jerwood Residencies at Cove Park, which are supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Funded by Arts Council England. Make Better Please: Commissioned and developed by Theatre Bristol, Bristol Old Vic and BAC. Funded by Arts Council England. Developed with the support of Beaford Arts. Fuel received National Portfolio funding from Arts Council England.