Theatre company staging production based on the day's newspapers

Theatre company staging production based on the day's newspapers

Theatre company staging production based on the day's newspapers

First published in What's On by , Senior Reporter

A touring theatre company is inviting audiences to take part in a production based on the day's newspapers.

Make Better Please is an interactive performance described as part town hall meeting, part radio broadcast and part seance.

Viewers are asked to vent their frustrations at the day's news in this unique theatrical exorcism, which is shaped by the audience.

Actors will then channel the spirits of corporate fat cats, cabinet ministers and media tycoons before banishing them forever in a display of dance, music and rage.

Guests are promised a show for the people, in this daring and political theatrical experience, using topics close to the heart of the community.

Previous productions by Uninvited Guests elicited frank and emotional responses from audiences.

They have been currently touring the UK with this special performance featuring Richard Dufty, Jessica Hoffman and Paul Clarke.

The Bristol-based company recently received glowing reviews for their production Love Letters Straight From Your Heart, a show based on dedications and love songs selected by the audience.

Make Better Please, Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, From now until May 12, Doors 7.30pm, tickets £15-£10, visit bac.org.uk or call 020 7233 2223

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