Theatre & Music

Flight Paths

5 February - 5 March 2019 (See below for touring schedule.)

See below for details.

See below for details.

http://extant.org.uk/flightpaths

https://yellowearth.org/flight-paths/

020 7820 3737

info@extant.org.uk

Flight Paths tour will take place from Tuesday 5 February until Tuesday 5 March, 2019 covering 6 venues in East of England, London, North West, Wales, East Midlands and West Midlands.

Harlow Playhouse Theatre Tuesday 5 February, 7.30pm, Playhouse Square, Box Office: 01279-431945 Pay what you can. www.harlowplayhouse.co.uk

Stratford Circus, Friday 8, 7pm & Saturday 9, 2pm & 7pm February, Theatre Square, London E15 1BX Box office: 020 8279 1080 £15, £13 conc. www.stratford-circus.com

Theatr Clwyd, Friday 15 February, 7.45pm, Sat 16 February, 2.45 & 7.45pm, Raikes Lane, Mold, CH7 1YA, Box Office: 01352 701521 From £10 https://www.theatrclwyd.com/en/

The Curve, Wednesday 19 & 20 February, 7.45pm, Rutland Street, Leicester, LE1 1SB Box office 0116 242 3595 From £10, https://www.curveonline.co.uk/

The Albany, Friday 1, 7.30pm, 2 March, 2pm & 7.30pm, Douglas Way, Deptford, Box office 020 8692 4446, London SE8 4AG, https://www.thealbany.org.uk/

The Arena Wolverhampton, Tuesday 5 March, 7.30pm, Wulfruna Street ,West Midlands, WV1 1SE Box Office 01902 321 321, £12 (£10) www.wlv.ac.uk/arena-theatre

Extant and Yellow Earth Theatre presents UK tour of
Flight Paths
Written by Glen Neath, Co-Directed by Maria Oshodi & Kumiko Mendl

Two of Britain’s leading theatre companies, Extant and Yellow Earth have joined forces to present an exciting new play called Flight Paths. The production will tour the UK in spring 2019, from Tuesday 5 February starting at Harlow Playhouse Theatre and ending on Tuesday 5 March at The Arena, Wolverhampton. The Press Night is Friday 8 February, 7pm at Stratford Circus, Theatre Square, London, E15 1BX.

Flight Paths features two blind women who have been inspired by the Goze - where blind female performers travelled around medieval Japan making a living from telling epic tales. In this production the women weave tradition and modernity and tell their personal stories of migration through Japan, Nigeria and America. The women also tell ghostly tales along the way. The production combines music and multi-media and creates audio description using new sound technology.

‘Extant Theatre has a deserved reputation for adventurous experimentation’
BBC Radio 4