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The Old Sheriff Court
c/o Scottish Youth Theatre
105 Brunswick Street
Glasgow G1 1TF
Russian theatre company ANO Nedoslov bring a double bill of performances to Progression 2015 an international celebration of deaf arts.
No Rights to Have an Angel
What does an Artist dream of? Of being understood, accepted, desired. What does an Artist cry over? The art being suppressed and power destroying the work and his life. What is the power of an Artist? In making mankind stronger, more spiritual and beautiful.
The artist needs to create. By depriving him of this right, we destroy the Artist. Or he becomes one of us…
Based on the story “Makar Chudra” by Maxim Gorky.
Do you really know what freedom is? Do you know where you are going and what you are looking for? Do you yearn to be free like a bird? If so, listen closely and I will bring you on a journey that will open your horizons.
A performance about passionate love and a desire for freedom, about what the mind cannot grasp and words cannot fully explain.
Excellent! Lost for words!
Unlocked Freedom - excellent - story could mainly be followed despite my very limited signing.
No Rights to Have an Angel - excellent dance!
Citizens Theatre box office 0141 429 0022
Tickets: £10 / £9 concession / £8 - if booked with Wonderland (25 Sep).
You can also book tickets through Deaf Theatre Club.
Text 07900 852595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
These performances are accessible to deaf and hearing audiences.