Autumn at ARC
ARC Stockton has announced its season from September to December, starting on 6th September with NT Live’s The Curious Incident of the Dog on the Night-Time, the first of three NT Live screenings, the others being The Last of the Haussmans (11th October) and Timon of Athens (1st November).
The first live performance will be the regular ARCADE Scratch Night on 12th September, followed by Ash or How to Occupy an Oil Rig—how-to demonstration meets verbatim-style storytelling—on 18th and 19th and a comedy about loneliness, peregrine falcons, and the benefits of looking up, Lucy and the Hawk (25th and 26th).
October begins with circus show Box Of Frogs (3rd) and continues on 11th with a double bill of dance, Double Act, which filters comedy through dance.
On 12th and 13th OddManOut presents The Guest and on 18th Fuel brings Inua Ellams’ Black T-Shirt Collection to the venue.
On 7th November young company Oscar Mike presents its latest immersive show, The Situation Room, and on 15th SMITH dancetheatre's 2011 Edinburgh Fringe 5 star show Agnes and Walter: a Little Love Story comes to the venue.
In December Vivid Theatre return with The Centre, a new absurdist comedy by Jonny Bussell, from 6th to 8th, followed, from 13th to 15th, by Michael Edwards’s one-man show, The Trials of the Invisible Man, which ends the season.