Bellow Theatre bring their hit Edinburgh show, Bare Skin On Briny Waters, home to Hull.
Two young women stand on a cliff edge steadily being blown on an unexpected course.
Underscored with live folk music this is a story about survival and escape. “Gently poetic salt-tinged story-telling” (Lyn Gardner, The Guardian) from Bellow Theatre, an award winning new-writing company rooted in brave and stirring storytelling. Supported artists of Hull Truck Theatre and Emerging company of New Diorama Theatre.
**** ‘The dramatic equivalent of a Laura Marling song: sad, sensitive, soulful and stirring. A howl of rage, whispered into the wind from a clifftop’ – The Stage
Bare Skin On Briny Waters was part of the Hull Takeover at Edinburgh Fringe this year with the support of Hull City Of Culture 2017. It garnered a heap of four star reviews, and two award commendations from NSDF for writing and acting.
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Written by Tabitha Mortiboy and Maureen Lennon
Directed by Maureen Lennon
Music by Tabitha Mortiboy
Designed by Naomi Kuyck-Cohen
Lighting by Will Monks
Cast: Charlie Sellers, Maureen Lennon
Bare Skin on Briny Waters was commissioned by Heads Up Festival, to preview at New Diorama Theatre as part of the Hull UK City of Culture 2017 Showcase. Bare Skin on Briny Waters is developed with support from Arts Council England, Hull City Council, Hull Truck Theatre and Hull City Of Culture 2017. Part of the Hull TakeOver, a showcase of Hull work at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017.