6th Aug 2021 - 30th Aug 2021
Shôn’s new show was going to be all about love. But what do you do when you’re writing a show all about love, and everything goes dark? You find a new story. A story with scones after midnight, family WhatsApp groups, and Grandmaster Flash.
Possible is a playful, honest and heartfelt piece of storytelling that blurs reality with a kaleidoscopic dreamscape of animation and film (by Bear Thompson), underscored with original music performed live by John Biddle. It’s a show about love, creativity and finding the courage to explore the past, in order to shape the future.
“As intimate as livestreamed theatre can be” ★★★★ The Guardian
Watch Possible on demand as part of Pleasance Online at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe from 6 – 30 August. The show is also available to watch with BSL.
Just because you can’t make it to Edinburgh, doesn’t mean you have to miss out. Get your festival fix from home.
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“As intimate as livestreamed theatre can be… Perfectly judged, unabashedly authentic and vulnerably autobiographical” ★★★★ The Guardian
“captures a precise moment with sharp clarity… Dale-Jones make us consider more deeply what the last year has been like for us” Lyn Gardner
“If ever there was a production ‘for our times’ it’s this… this show climbs through the pixels to create an immersive theatre experience that hikes powerfully from the performer’s home on stage to your own and straight to your heart” TheatreJam
“Dale-Jones is an exceptional storyteller, delicately weaving together multiple narratives… charming, relatable and authentic” – Exeunt Magazine
“experimental, layered and what Welsh fringe theatre is really about” Get the Chance
“Possible has the energy of a production full of hope… [Dale-Jones’] smile captures us from the beginning, and he leads us deftly by the hand” Buzz Magazine
“By using the best elements of live performance, digital tech and the cinematic possibilities this form provides it shows how and why digital theatre should exist beyond the pandemic.” Jeremy Linnell
“Genuine and honest.” Mehdi Razi
“A beautiful show about love, a fab exploration of live/digital hybrid theatre making… Highly recommended.” @amycleach
“a real show in true vulnerability, and the beauty in the everyday magic of life, plus totally gorgeous design from all angles. definitely the best digital piece i’ve seen. what a show.” @AliceYarr
“bonkers, brilliant & brave.” @RosieMS
“Beautiful stories are filled with anxiety, vulnerability & love. A reminder what we have been through in lockdown & those challenges we have faced.” @JonnyCotsen
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