Hatch: Wish You Were Here – 26 August 2008

Hotel Deux

off Sherwood Rise, Nottingham

Tuesday 26 August 2008

7.30pm – late

FREE

Nottingham’s newest platform for live art is checking into Hotel Deux for another evening of the most exciting, intriguing and curious performance-y work in town. Hatch invites you to Wish You Were Here as 16 artists respond to notions of absence, longing and nostalgia for the Great British Holiday.

Hotel Deux hosts a human menagerie of weird and wonderful characters for one night only. A live artist becomes a beach on the patio. A cardboard ice cream van becomes a Punch and Judy Show. A one-woman-band plays a piano with a fork attached to her head. Hello Friends spend the night in the dining room dressing the part. The Lone Diner sits at a table for one and sings a sad, sad song. Mable’s Husbands are the hotel’s house band playing a sleazy finale of arthouse electro. All these and more Wish You Were Here.

To find out more about the artists performing, click here

Artists:

Gareth Taylor
Towns Into Cities
Pearl Smith
Glenn Simpson
Hannah Stone
Megan Tait
Rachel Parry
Hello Friends Theatre
Sophie Clarke
Katie Brosnan & Adam Goodge
Melinda Deathgoth & Darla July Daygwar
Mable’s Husbands

Warning: Hatch contains nudity

For a map showing you how to get to Hotel Deux, click here.

To add Wish You Were Here to your Facebook events, click here.

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