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MakeSpace' at The Edinburgh Fringe 2018
HELP US TAKE TWO SHOWS TO THE EDINBURGH FRINGE!
‘MakeSpace’ is an emerging theatre company that focuses on the production of new, bold and exciting plays.
Currently, the company are producing ‘The Way Out’, an absurdist dark comedy, and 'Roxy Likes Cats', a touching one-woman show about loss, grief and cats. There will be performances of these new pieces in London on the 19th June and both shows will transfer to this year's International Fringe Festival between 20th-25th August.
We need your help to make this a possibility. We have already secured funds to take the shows up, but with further costs coming from left, right, up, down and every-which-other-way, it would be AMAZING if you could lend us a hand and spare a penny (or 10,000)...
William Bull - Producer
Conrad Williamson - Company Manager
'The Way Out'
Directed by Stefan Race
Written by Jack Michael Stacey
Performed by Victoria Priddice, Alexandra Spooner and Jack Whitney
TRAILER - https://vimeo.com/270039821
'Roxy Likes Cats'
Written and Directed by Jack Michael Stacey
Performed by Roisin Fahey
TRAILER - https://vimeo.com/270040545
Who are we?
‘MakeSpace’ was founded in 2017 by Jack Stacey, William Bull, Conrad Williamson and Jack Whitney; all Third Year students at The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, after a successful run of Jack’s first play, 'CULT-URE', at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival.
“HIGHLY RECOMMENDED” - FringeReview
“Lofty ambitions and high ideals they may be but we do get a sense that these are in safe hands” - Donald Stewart
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‘MakeSpace’ was founded in 2017 by Jack Stacey, William Bull, Conrad Williamson and Jack Whitney; all Third Year students at The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, after a successful run of Jack’s first play, at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival.