What can be retrieved from life’s catastrophes and wounds?
Martin turns Dr Zeeman, the moon and the photographs to sort out love, loss and when to let go.
Award-winning poet Martin Figura returns with his new stage production illustrated with projections and an atmospheric soundscape.
London Grip Michael Bartholomew-Biggs … is well-told, moving, sometimes very funny and always engaging. Figura is remarkably frank in what he tells his audience; but he includes us rather than making us feel we are intruding.
Norwich Spy ©Julian Swainson …. brave, confident and articulate performance from a man who gives us the confidence to find within each of us the strength to be a good father or mother or poet, or even all combined in one.
Roaming Londoner review indie journalist (Sara Taukolonga)…. a hand spinning device that appeared to be a time-machine, but also conjured up for me a spinning yarn, took us on a moving trajectory of family relationships and meaningful events in his life.
Writer and Performer: Martin Figura
Director: Hannah Jane Walker
Visual and Sound Creator: Andre Barreau
Animator and Technical Design: Karen Hall
Set Design and Lighting: Tom Clutterbuck, Paul Finlay and Nikk Turnham
Script Development: Ross Sutherland
*Ticket Offer – Whistle and Doctor Zeeman’s Catastrophe Machine – 2 shows for £10*
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