Till We Win

Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists perform Till We Win at Lighthouse Poole - the young company are on stage, gathered together, shouting with fierce expressions and arms punching to the air.

 

Creative Team

Written by Gemma Aldred and Directed by Eilís Davis
Circus Director: Flora Alwen
Producer: Alice Chutter

Composer: Harry Bassett
Costume and Set Designer: Sophie Fretwell
Digital Collaborator: Biggerhouse Film

The Show

Till We Win is a devised performance about growing up different in a small town. It is a conflicting love story about the forgotten people of 2020 and their message to the year 2045. The story follows a group of young people who are always left on the outside. This is about their revolution to be on the inside. The show combines anarchic theatre, risky acrobatics and joyful dancing accompanied by live music. It’s the story of the people who are all too often seen but unheard.

Till We Win is captioned, BSL interpreted and audio described.

Access logos: Sign language, R, AD and wheelchair user symbols in blakc and white

 

The Company

Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists (EBYA) is an inclusive training company based in Dorset. The company is made up of young people aged 16-26 years and exists to showcase the talent of D/deaf, disabled and non-disabled young people together. EBYA are young activists and leaders working to change the arts to become representative of society.

Click here to find out more about the company

 

Digital and Live Performances

Instead of bringing Till We Win to Bournemouth Emerging Arts Festival (BEAF), Birghton Fringe and For/With/By (The European Youth Theatre Festival), we are releasing digital content around the show to look out for this Summer 2020.

We are hoping to perform to live audiences in the Summer 2021. Follow us on social media to be the first to see our digital work and for updates about our next live performances.

 

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With thanks to LeAF Studios Bournemouth and Lighthouse Poole’s Centre for the Arts for rehearsal space. Supported by University of Brighton. EBYA were awarded The Freedom Season Bursary in 2020.

Logo: Dorset Community Foundation (text with circular flag of yellow background and white cross with red outline.Logos: #iwill Proudly supporting youth social action / Department for Digital, Culture Media & Sport / National Lottery Funded Big Lottery Fund.

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