12th September 2013

Nostalgia<<2012 is a contemporary experimental theatre show that sets out to explore the increasingly complex notion of home and memory in the rapidly changing world.

Structured around three life changing experiences of trauma, Nostalgia<<2012 follows Aristotelian tragic arch with a contemporary twist, taking the audiences on a ride through East Anglia’s 1970s, 80s and 90s.

The show has been recently described as a thought-provoking piece of contemporary theatre that leaves the audiences with a sense of familiarity and empathy for the character, set on his quest to change the future in order to have a better past.

Performance by Che Kevlin
Performance and Dramaturgy Advisor: Polona Baloh-Brown
Production Coordinator, Visual and Sound Assistant: Mariya Ustymenko
Music Score: Port Mone
DJ: Ben Howard
Supported by: Lakeside Theatre

”It’s not often you get challenged with pertinent life questions about yourself in a theatre piece as poetically structured and sensually engaging as Nostalgia.” Amanda Paul (University of Essex Theatre Student Reviewer)

“This performance touched something deep down in me ... It was a tour in memories...” Iryna Kritsak (Audience Member, Vizii Festival of Visual Culture, Kyiv, Ukraine)

Nostalgia<<2012 is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Tickets £6 / £3.50 concs.
Doors open 7.30pm, show starts 8pm.

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