Crescent Arts Centre will be hosting a two day performance of Melancholy on April 28 & 29.
Presented by Certain Dark Things Theatre Company, one of the New Diorama’s Graduate Emerging Companies for 2016-2017, this poignant performance explores mental health through physical theatre and puppetry as part of their international tour.
Spiral down the stairs to the world of the Inventor. Consumed by grief, he undertakes work on his biggest creation yet, his lost wife… but at what cost?
Following on from a hugely successful 2016, Certain Dark Things are embarking on an international tour with their 5 star show ‘Melancholy’. This production combines physical theatre, puppetry and animation to delve into the world of one man as he treads the fine line between genius and insanity.
With five star reviews from The Stage and Broadway Baby, this play is sure to be a bit of ‘don’t miss’ theatre.
Melancholy is the creation of Stephen McCabe, Sarah Morgan and Laura Romer-Ormiston with animation by Emily Knight.
Stephen McCabe is originally from Belfast, so he is thrilled to be bringing Melancholy to his hometown.
The international tour of Melancholy is partnered with mental health charity called CALM. CALM works to prevent male suicide by providing frontline services for men, promoting culture change and campaigning for better understanding of suicide and prevention.
Be sure to book your tickets early for this breathtaking performance at Crescent Arts Centre, on April 28 & 29.