'HOW LONG COULD YOU HOLD ON BEFORE IT WAS TIME TO BREAK.'
‘CLINCH’ - A visual theatre performance.
Sarah is a 15 old girl who lives with her grandfather in an ex-mining town in Fife. Through visual performance and puppetry we will examine the relationship and tensions that exist between Sarah, her anxiety and the break down of her family's relationships and the role boxing plays through out it all.
Suitable for 10 years+
*CLINCH –A boxing term meaning Both fighters are tired and clinching too one another too much. To lean on and hold one's opponent instead of fighting.
For further information see Clara's interview with Theatre Critic Gareth Vile here
// WRITER / DIRECTOR: Clara Bloomfield
// PRODUCED BY: Puppet Animation Theatre Scotland
// MUSICAL DIRECTOR: Gordon Clarke
// COMPOSER: Paul Russell
// MOVEMENT ARTIST: Amanda Glover
// COMPANY: Collision
// CAST: Racheal-Anne Keiller, Joe Kinnear, Stephen Will
// Feb: The Tron, Glasgow
// Jan: The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
CLINCH was selected for Testroom 2017/18. This competitive creative development opportunity is Puppet Animation Scotland, supported by the National Theatre of Scotland, for Scottish-based artists of any discipline
Based in Rockvilla, Glasgow, and facilitated by leading puppeteer Gavin Glover, #Testroom offered the opportunity to explore initial creative ideas which aim to place, at their heart, elements of live puppet or object manipulation.
Artists shared their initial ideas at Manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2018 at the Traverse Theatre and the Tron Theatre.