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Call for Submissions – Hatch Patch at the Hockley Hustle


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3. n. Energetic activity; drive

The HATCH PATCH at the Hockley Hustle:
On Sunday October 25 as part of the Hockley Hustle 2009, Hatch, Nottingham’s premier performance-y platform, will be taking over a storefront window to present an afternoon and evening of performance-y work in the heart of Nottingham’s city centre.
We’re looking for performances of any kind by any kind of performers – the venue (at Nash Interiors, Goose Gate, Hockley) looks out on to the street through a window, but there will also be space for audience members inside if you want the public to be able to hear, smell or touch you. There’s no theme for this one, but ideally we’re looking for shortish performances which can happen in a confined space and won’t leave any stains on the floor. More durational performances, or things which wander off the main performance space certainly aren’t impossible though – if you’ve got something like this in mind, please ask us about it.
If you’re interested, please send an outline of what you’d like to do (no longer than one sheet of A4) to by Saturday 3 October (and please use the same email address if you’d like to ask us any questions about the event).