Enable US Drama Festivel returns for one more week
The Enable US Festival is returning to the University’s Drama Studio next week for the final performances of the spring season.
The Enable Us Project is a new platform within the University’s Performance Venues for creative expression, exploration, development and debate. The project enables new and innovative performing arts companies to perform in Sheffield, as well as giving our students the opportunity to be involved in this work as part of their academic studies.
The last week of the festival features the following performances:
- Tuesday 17 April: Who Wants to Live Forever? - A play which uses the music of Billie Holiday to explore what makes some stars, celestial as well as human, shine brighter and fall harder than others.
- Thursday 19 April: Last Resort - This fully-immersive, critically acclaimed show re-imagines Guantanamo Bay as a holiday resort, with the audience as holidaymakers who are in for an unforgettable experience.
- Friday 20 April: The Man on the Moor - A powerful drama and a Guardian Pick of the Fringe which deals with how people come to disappear and the impact on those they leave behind.
- The Spring 2018 festival ends on Saturday 21 April with The North! - A dystopian myth that images a world where a fissure forms at England’s centre and splits the north from the south.
Tickets for most shows are priced at just £10.00 (£8.00 for Students). Full details and ticket information can be found at http://performancevenues.group.shef.ac.uk/enableus/