Archive for May, 2016

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Final Blog Post

Site Specific – Final Blog Post   Framing Statement Our piece for Site Specific Performance at the drill hall was a piece called Recollection, taking place in a unique location within the Drill Hall, just off the Cosker Suite. The location for the piece was chosen because it was a very unique place with many […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

‘To the glorious dead…’ – Final Blog Post – Jacob Kay

Framing Communion “I can take an empty space and call it a bare stage…[spontaneity] destroys in one blow many deadly forms, like the dreariness of theatre buildings, and the charmless trappings of curtain” (Brooke, 1996). Perhaps it is easiest to describe Communion as a site-specific performance and installation that took place at the Lincoln Drill […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Final Blog Post – Robert Anthony

Framing Statement Our site specific piece, Communion, located at the Drill Hall, will be a one-to-one fifteen minute performance (repeated over five hours), taking place from 12:15pm – 5pm, on May 4th 2016. The piece will display the Drill Hall’s history as an army training base in World War I (WWI), linking the sites previous use with its current function […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Recollection – Final Blog

  Framing Statement Recollection was a set of one-to-one performances that took place within, what we’ve taken to calling the ‘cupboard’ room, at the Drill Hall in Lincoln. These one-to-ones took place on the 4th May 2016, starting from 12 until 3 and lasting roughly 15 minutes per show. Recollection was developed by three young […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Bread and Cheese Hall- Final Blog Post- Chloe Goddard

    Bread and Cheese Hall Framing Statement Bread and Cheese Hall was a site specific performance that took place on the 4th of May 2016 in the Cosker Room situated within the Lincoln Drill Hall. This durational piece lasted three hours and therefore permitted the audience to witness as much or as little as […]