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Lifeguard
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Lifeguard

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2012
immersive theatre
 
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Synopsis
 
Adrian Howells explores our complex and ambiguous relationship with water in this immersive theatrical experience.

In the intimate setting of the training pool at Govanhill Baths, Howells and actor/ dancer Ira Mandela Siobhan perform this new scripted piece, part devised from conversations with members of the local community.

Exploring the emotional and psychological effects of water, from its therapeutic qualities to our overwhelming fear of it, lifeguard re-evaluates the place of swimming in our lives as a health-promoting and life-saving activity.

Working collaboratively with Mike Brookes, Minty Donald, Rob Drummond, Jane Mason, Nick Millar and Nichola Scrutton, lifeguard offers a multi-sensory experience incorporating projection, sound and movement. Audience members will get wet.

Presented by the National Theatre of Scotland and the Arches in association with Govanhill Baths Community Trust.

5 - 27 October 2012

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www.nationaltheatrescotland.com
info@nationaltheatrescotland.com
t: 0141 - 221 0970

Civic House
26 Civic Street
Glasgow
G4 9RH
Scotland


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