THE TIDE CREEPS IN
Images by Jassy Earl
"A HIGHLY STYLISED AND ENERGISED CONTEMPORARY RESPONSE TO THE RAISE IN THE NATIONAL AWARENESS OF THOSE WHO ARE MISSING."
COLIN BRADIE - THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND
Memory is a reconstructive process whereby you piece together moments of your past to construct a coherent narrative.
What happens during this process when the colour and shape of what you thought you knew and experienced is somehow blurred, altered or gone completely?
What happens if your future depends on you remembering? Do you continue when that fatal ‘something’ is missing.
The tide creeps in is a performance about 5 individuals seeking to remember, can they trust their own memories, their perceived truth and what has been ‘forgotten’?
Suitable for 14 years+ Strong language and mature themes
AN ORIGINAL PRODUCTION FOR THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND BY COLLISION FOR 2016 EXCHANGE FESTIVAL
// WRITER & DIRECTOR: Clara Bloomfield
// COMPANY: Collision
// ASSISSTAINT DIRECTOR: Rachel Morrison
// TECHNICAL MANAGER: Jak Coventry
// CAST: Cara Wilson, Jessica Eaves,
Liam Robertson, Scott Ringan
// 3/4 June: Buckhaven Theatre, Fife
// 3 July: The National Festival of Youth Theatre, Rothes Halls, Fife
// 9 July: National Theatre of Scotland's EXCHANGE Festival The Macrober Arts Centre, Stirling
// 12/13 July: The Edinburgh Fringe - Part of Fife Youth Arts at The Fringe