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Conor A's Learning to Swim on an Ironing board will be live streamed from his living room

Whilst we all have to stay at home, we have some excellent theatre streaming directly to your (digital) door and it's all free to watch!
Our new season of #TrinityPresents features live theatre, D/deaf inclusive poetry cabaret, gig theatre in performances that span the globe … and, some directly from the ‘bed’ of an artist.

What Words Are Ours, Nov 12, is a BSL interpreted and captioned poetry cabaret hosted by poetry-clown Talia Randall featuring stars of the spoken word scene, including Stephen Lightbrown and Jasmine Gardosi.

Learning to Swim on an Ironing Board , Nov 17. Real life for Conor A means being indoors too much with fibromyalgia, an illness with too many syllables to be anything other than really rubbish. Streamed live from Conor’s Living room.

Dizraeli: The Unmaster, Nov 19. is a genre of its own: an honest gig, a dance, an unflinching poem; a story of a mental breakdown assembled from Dizraeli's own diary entries and frightened scribbles

Bed Blogger, Nov 23 – 27. Why is the idea of staying in bed seen as failure and not self-care? Artist Tink Flaherty (commissioned by Trinity Community Arts from an open call for D/Deaf or Disabled Artists) thinks we should rethink how we perceive success and has asked five artists to create work, directly from their bed.

Los Justos 8-10 Dec is a series of live online theatre performances created by artists from 9 countries and streamed simultaneously via theatres in Spain, Denmark, Greece and UK. It is a creative experiment exploring theatre-making in the pandemic to keep the live and international aspects of our practice alive.

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We are grateful for support from Arts Council England which has enabled us to continue to find new ways to support artists to connect communities with relevant and much needed cultural experiences.

View past streams in our catch up section


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