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Bite Size Festival returns with another exciting programme celebrating and promoting the best new work from the Midlands, giving you the chance to sample a range of great theatre in one place on one day.

Expect a diverse and exhilarating collection of shows from well-established companies alongside those you may not have seen before. You’ll have the chance to experience pieces in development, excerpts from brand new productions and some that are fully finished and ready to go. Following the 2015 First Bite Festival – check out the two shows commissioned with Warwick Arts Centre and MAC Birmingham: Humanish’s Holy Presents and Stephanie Ridings’ The Road to Huntsville, and look out for three new pieces developed in the South East with our 2015 partner Greenhouse.

You can also catch The OakMobile, a free, outdoor performance from Talking Birds taking place between 11am – 2pm and 3pm – 6pm.

All the day’s events are split into four sessions. Tickets for each session can be purchased individually at £5 per session. Or you can make the most of the fantastic Day Pass offer that lets you see all the events for just £35. Day passes are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.


Session 1: 12.20pm

Agent in a Box | The Other Way Works | Pitch
A Machine They’re Secretly Building | Proto-type | Work in progress
Life is no Laughing Matter | Demi Nandhra | Work in progress
Traum | Theatre Absolute | Work in progress

Session 2: 2.15pm

Jaywick Sands | Murphy & Co | Pitch
White Feather Boxer | Take the Space | Reading

Session 3: 3.10pm

Holy Presents | Humanish | Extract
Lady Lust | Sarah Hamilton Baker | Work in progress
Stories to tell in the Middle of the Night | Francesca Millican Slater | Work in progress

Session 4: 4.50pm

The Road To Huntsville | Stephanie Ridings | Work in progress
Delightful | KILN | Work in progress
Germ Free Adolescent | Root Theatre | Extract
CLOUDCUCKOOLANDERS | LaPelle’s Factory | Extract


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Commissioned by MAC Birmingham and Warwick Arts Centre h6. Funded by Arts Council England and supported by Greenhouse

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