Sheila Hill: HIM

Sheila Hill: HIM
Date Every day from 17th Sep 2016 until 18th Sep 2016 4.00pm - 5.00pm Price £10/£7 concessions All ages Location Tramway Book tickets 0845 330 3501 0845 330 3501

Part of Tramway's Unlimited Festival

'I’ve got a little checklist. I call it KFC. But mine’s KFFC. Keys. Freedom Pass. Phone. Credit cards. And if I’ve got these, I’m ok. But this morning I forgot the phone….'

In this new collaborative work, lying somewhere between theatre and visual art, actor Tim Barlow reflects on being 80. Writer/theatre-maker Sheila Hill has used conversations with Tim, from a 20 year friendship, to construct the story he tells us about his life, memory, and the art of theatre.

An actor since leaving the army in 1969, Tim has worked extensively with Complicite; toured the world with his autobiographical one man shows; been one of the regulars in Derek (Channel 4), and has just filmed My Cousin Rachel (dir. Roger Mitchell) with Rachel Weisz.

In HIM, his words are juxtaposed with six short films by photographer/videographer Hugo Glendinning, and live music composed and performed by bassist Sebastiano Dessanay.

Supported by Unlimited, with funding from Arts Council England.

Integrated live captioning on 17 September. Audio described on 18 September.
Transcript available on request.

Please let the box office know of any access needs so that we can ensure adequate provision of resources. We can pre-reserve wheelchair spaces, audio headsets or space at the side of aisles.

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