For those checking out the final day of the Threshold Festival today (Sunday), there is a whole programme of acts on at the Lantern Theatre, headlined later this evening by comedy duo Undercover Blondde (pictured). The pair (double ‘D’, naturally) will be performing the full version of their Edinburgh show at 8pm.
From 12pm Liverpool Shakespeare Festival artistic director Max Rubin will run a Shakespeare workshop, followed by Script in Hand productions with The Director — inspired by Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author, The Director focuses on two characters broken out of their ‘scene’ by a stage lighting change instigated by the mysterious director running the show.
Later in the day ay 6.40pm, The Rat Pit preview their new show Umbilical. The Rat Pit is a Liverpool based experimental performance company who are currently developing phase two of their “hyper-theatre practice and research”. Ooer. Positioned within the field of multi-media theatre practice, hyper-theatre’s scope is informed by the creation of hyper-real images and “the desire to target the often-missed miniscule visual signals during performance”.
On the day tickets are available from Camp & Furnace on Greenland Street, from this link,
http://tinyurl.com/c8w8o9b, or from the ticket line on 07414446997.