All female Exeter-based company, Theatre Rush, will be taking a look at the bittersweet side of life at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre this March, with their semi-autobiographical show Flushed.
A mixture of fearless storytelling, brave confession and defiant vulnerability, Flushed looks at life in a way that’s honest, irreverent and often absurd.
During their three week residency at The Bike Shed, they will be joined by Spanish physical theatre duo Little Soldier, Mexican clown Gabriela Muñoz, Bristol based Sally Jenkinson and Nuala Honan and Infectious Theatre, who all agree that life is funny, even when it hurts.
As a company of four women, Theatre Rush are excited to be bringing such high calibre, professional female theatre companies to Exeter.
These four international female companies will be collaborating with Theatre Rush on a brand new show, STRANGE/R, with scratch performances throughout the three weeks.
The Residency runs from 19th March to the 6th April 2013 and, with new shows every week, scratch performances, double bills and workshops, there really is something for everyone.
For more information about the companies and for ticket / booking information, visit www.theatrerush.com
Members of Theatre Rush will be talking to Martin Hodge on Hot Pebbles! on Phonic FM on Wednesday 6 March, 2013 soon after 4pm.
More information on Exeter Bike Shed performances by Theatre Rush : http://www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk/