Reassembled, Slightly Askew: A new kind of storytelling

Reassembled, Slightly Askew is an autobiographical, audio-based artwork about Shannon Yee’s experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection and her journey of rehabilitation with an acquired brain injury. The production will be part of Heads Up Festival March 16-18, with performances each day at 2pm, 4pm and 7.30pm. Part of Hull’s Central […]

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Bucket List: Powerful tale of revenge

Following a hit Edinburgh Festival Fringe run at the Pleasance Dome where it won a Spirit of the Fringe Award, the internationally acclaimed Theatre Ad Infinitum bring the epic tale of one Mexican woman’s fight for justice to Heads Up Festival on March 10 & 11) as part of the Women of the World (WOW) […]

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Heads Up Festival returns in March 2017

Hull’s Heads Up Festival returns on March 8, with a heady mix of the most exciting, challenging theatre and peformance. The festival runs until March 18 and also includes special festival preview production Spirits of the Sea (February 14 and 15). Heads Up is produced by Ensemble 52 in partnership with Battersea Arts Centre and sees […]

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Heads Up Festival opens this week

HULL’S  own Heads Up Festival springs back into life on Wednesday with a performance of the critically acclaimed DenMarked by Conrad Murray. The production, at Kardomah 94 on Wednesday, October 5 at 7.30pm, is an autobiographical performance told through storytelling, singing, rapping and a loop station. Created by Conrad Murray and developed with Battersea Arts Centre, DenMarked […]

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Brave and bold Heads Up back to business in unusual venues

NOW in its seventh season, Hull’S Heads Up Festival has made a habit of putting on performances in unusual venues. From disused office blocks and warehouse venues to the City Council’s council chamber, boxing clubs to fields, the festival has pushed the boundaries of where performances can happen, surprising audiences in the process. This season sees […]

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The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid at Heads Up, Hull

Digital artwork by Rhiannon Armstrong, an online treasure trove of intimate and real-life audio testimonies, is part of Heads Up Festival’s in October. The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid will be accessible in the foyer at Hull Truck Theatre from October 5-9. Created by artist Rhiannon Armstrong, The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid […]

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Heads Up Festival returns to Hull in October

HULL’S Heads Up Festival returns to the city in October. The twice-yearly event presents some of the most exciting, challenging theatre and is produced by Ensemble 52 in partnership with Battersea Arts Centre. The festival runs from October 5 to October 15, 2016. This season’s programme of work includes work originally developed at Battersea Arts Centre […]

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Festival highlight The 56

One of the highlights of Heads Up Festival is LUNG’s The 56. Adapted solely from over sixty real-life testimonies, The 56 looks at the 1985 Bradford City fire disaster, when a fire broke out in the main stand at Valley Parade football ground during the last game of the season. Within four minutes, the wooden […]

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She Productions present new work at Heads Up

She Productions’ fun-filled evening of variety, ideas and laughs will see them scratch a new musical inspired by Hull’s own 1960’s girl-band, Mandy & The Girlfriends’, produced in association with Ensemble 52 and Heads Up Festival. She Productions Theatre Company is an all-female collective creating innovative, multimedia theatre. Previous shows from the company include Beverley […]

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Heads Up Festival back in October

Hull’s Heads Up Festival returns to the city in October. The twice-yearly event presents some of the most exciting, challenging theatre and is produced by Ensemble 52 in partnership with Battersea Arts Centre. The festival runs from October 5 to October 15, 2016. This season’s programme of work includes work originally developed at Battersea Arts Centre […]

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