Birds of Paradise Theatre Company, in Co-Production with Tramway
What’s so great about purposeful movement? Half the fun in this life is not knowing what’s coming next.
Five guys wait on stage – each one has cerebral palsy – the way they stand and move is a dead give-away. When we were born, doctors called it Purposeless Movements – for us it’s just how we get around. You’ll see stories from our lives – stories that ask what it is to move and be moved.
A new theatre piece from Birds of Paradise Theatre Company by Robert Softley Gale – creator of international smash-hit If These Spasms Could Speak and co-creator of the hilarious Wendy Hoose.
www.birdsofparadisetheatre.co.uk / @BOPTheatre
Dates & Times
Wed 2 – Fri 4 Mar, 7.30pm
Full price £16.50
Standard concession £13.50
Other concession £8.50
See our Box Office page for full pricing and booking information.
Fri 4 Mar
Audio Described, BSL & Captioned Performances
Wed 2 – Fri 4 Mar
Note: Contains nudity and strong language.
Funded by Creative Scotland and Glasgow City Council.
Image by Mihaela Bodlovic