Hatch at NEAT11

Hatch is delighted to be taking part in the Nottingham European Arts and Theatre Festival 2011. NEAT 11 is a brand new festival which will see almost every major venue across the city celebrating the very best European theatre, dance, music, performance, film and visual art for adults and children during May and June 2011.

For NEAT 11, Hatch has programmed a special selection of exciting contemporary performances exploring identity in surprising locations. What does it mean to be British, German, Polish, Iranian, Belgian, English, European and/or a horse? From a social club to a football ground to a private garden, Hatch: NEAT will surprise, delight, bewilder and entertain whilst attempting to find answers across the span of the festival.

For details about each of the performances, click on the names and dates below.

Opening Hours by Medium Rare/Zoo Indigo –
Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 May, Sunday 12 June, various times


Sugar Statues by Krissi Musiol – Thursday 2 June, 8pm

Poland 3 Iran 2 by 30 Bird Productions – Tuesday 7 June, 8pm

Tourist by Gabriele Reuter – Thursday 9 June, 6pm

Double Bill: Break Your Own Pony by Hunt and Darton
and Horse by Leentje Van De Cruys – Saturday 11 June, 2pm

As part of the our festival programme, Hatch is also commissioning two bus-based performance lectures/guided tours to take audiences from Nottingham City Centre to the performances of Sugar Staues and Poland 3 Iran 2.
Click here for the call for submissions and to see how to apply.

To book tickets, and for more information about the whole of the NEAT 11 festival, go to www.neatfestival.co.uk

Hatch: NEAT is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Nottingham Playhouse and Nottingham Trent University.

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