Lots & Not Lots
19/10/2018 - 20/10/2018
A gig with a difference.
Performance artist and composer Greg Sinclair (UK) has created a concert of voice and movement with 12 teenagers. The young performers act as a choral unit with occasional improvised vocal outbursts and flashes of absurdity that will dispel the illusion of perfection and give glimpses of the personalities within the ensemble.
Supported by OnFife.
Lots & Not Lots is part of National Theatre of Scotland’s Futureproof festival marking Scotland’s Year of Young People in 2018. A radical new festival of international performing arts, created by young people working alongside renowned Scottish, British and international theatre practitioners.
Ten companies and artists specialising in daring new work will embed themselves in ten communities around the country, working with local groups of young people to co-create, design, develop and stage a piece of performance. Ten productions will then take place in cities and locations across Scotland as part of the Futureproof festival in September and October 2018.
Breakout space available.
Changing Places toilet available.
Gender neutral toilets available.
SubPacs available on Fri 19, 7.30pm (limited availability)
Visual guide coming soon.
Early entrance and touch tour at 2.00pm on Saturday 20 October (for 2.30pm performance)
Early entrance and touch tour at 7.00pm on Saturday 20 October (for 7.00pm performance)
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Greg Sinclair is an award-winning musician and live artist. He has undertaken artist residencies with Citizens Theatre, Imaginate and Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He was one of only 10 artists selected for the Auteurs programme by National Theatre of Scotland and The Arches and has been a recipient of an Artist Bursary from Creative Scotland.
Aged 14-26 years old? Sign up to our Futureproof passport for free and gain access to £5 ticket deals for National Theatre of Scotland productions throughout 2018.