Hatch: Fresh

Frontman by Action Hero - image: Briony Campbell

Hatch: Fresh
Sunday 16 October 2011 6pm until late
Embrace Arts / Y Theatre / New Walk
Free entry

adj. fresh·er, fresh·est
1. New to one’s experience; not encountered before.
2. Novel; different: a fresh slant on the problem.
3. Recently made, produced, or harvested; not stale or spoiled: fresh bread.

Hatch, one of the East Midlands’ leading performance platforms, is returning to Leicester after a successful first outing at Embrace Arts at the RA Centre last year. Coinciding with Fresher’s week and working in partnership with Embrace Arts and the Y Theatre, Hatch will bring fresh-themed and innovative performance and live art work into contact with new audiences across Leicester for one night only. Leicester’s own Alternative Bar Crawl will take over the café at Embrace in their inimitable style.

Hatch is inviting Nottingham-based artist and filmmaker, Frank Abbott, to create an interactive digital installation – Arboretum – along New Walk. Internationally renowned duo, Action Hero, will show their new piece Frontman at the Y Theatre. An additional nine acts will be selected from an open call for submissions reflecting the regional, emerging art scene, upholding the tradition of Hatch for creating a space and time for exciting new work to be tested in front of a broad audience in unusual locations.

Hatch: Fresh is supported by Arts Council England through the National Lottery, Embrace Arts at the RA Centre and De Montfort University.

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