Join the Everyman and dance through the decades.
Congregate outside the Everyman on the hour (from 17:00pm – 21:00pm) and travel back through the time warp to our Bistro where we’ll be dancing to a different decade every hour. (17:00 – 50s, 18:00pm -60s and so on…)
YEP Writer graduate, Paul Tallant, will create an installation exploring the relationship between dementia and the passing of time, inspired by the development of his new play. The Theatre Bar will host an installation where you’ll find 100 pictures, of 100 people, aged 1 – 100. There are also family friendly activities happening throughout the night in the Studio Space, EV1.
The fourth Everyman Company show The Sum; a play with songs by Lizzie Nunnery is currently playing in the main space, starting at 19:30pm. With a glorious mix of toe-tapping tunes and melancholy blues, The Sum is about finding the magic formula to the problems of life. This is a ticketed event, tickets are available from the Everyman website. There will be a post-show discussion with experts in mental health and poverty and food poverty, starting after 10:05pm. Post-show discussions are free for anyone who wants to attend.