What Are You Hungry For?
Mark Hillyer
31 Oct 2021
What Are You Hungry For?
Adults only

What Are You Hungry For? is an hour's theatre production. It is the result of a research and development project which delved into the concepts of human resilience, human desire and societal rejection. This project drew upon wide-ranging viewpoints from the Leeds community. Public workshops, instagram chats, performance feedback and a public survey around these concepts have contributed to this final production, where the company have transformed many of these communal thoughts into performance experimentations. 

Through using various theatre techniques, the company offers different presentations of the concepts of human resilience, human desire and societal rejection in this performance piece - the vignettes expose some of the often unseen layers under the surface of the individual - our inner complexities and contradictions as well as our hidden potential. 

What Are You Hungry For? reaches its spectators with a nod of empathy and invites us to find and nurture our inner courage and compassion in the face of life's injustices. 

The production includes devised, original work from the cast, new writing by Yorkshire-based writer Neil Rathmell and original sound work by Leeds-based composer Duncan Evans. 

The Holbeck

Jenkinson Lawn
LS11 9QX
United Kingdom

53.785111, -1.555059

    31 Oct 2021 8pm - 9pm
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    Sun 31 Oct 2021
    8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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    Pay as you feel

    Tickets are to be booked through the events page using the website above. It is Pay As You Feel with donations from those that can afford it on the day. 

    There is a Creative Access Form which can be used to request access needs. The company will try to put in place access requests though this may not always be possible. Access requests must be submitted two weeks prior to the event being attended and a notification will be given asap if the request cannot be fulfilled. Please submit request here: Creative Access Form

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