a time and a place

a time and a place

Today I saw a man in a suit with a briefcase. Nothing unusual there. Except this man was walking along the top of a wall, and loving it. Crowds of passers-by turned their heads in astonishment. What was he doing? Why was he being so silly? Turned out he was just playing.

When we were children, every day seemed like an opportunity to have fun. But why can’t we do that as adults? Who says we can’t do things differently?
 
In November 2008, a group of young emerging artists under the direction of Jamie Fletcher and Dick Bonham came together to make a new show in conjunction with The Arches, Glasgow as part of an exciting new artist development programme.
 
a time and a place was the result - a performance about when and where we’re allowed to let ourselves be a little bit ridiculous.
 
Performers: Julia Taudevin, Kieran Hurley, Helen Cuinn and Jenna Watt.
 
Running time: 1 hour