Golem screened for World Theatre Day
Published: 18 March 2019
London-based company 1927 will once again share its award-winning show Golem on 27 March to mark World Theatre Day.
Following its première at the Salzburg Festival in 2014, the show has toured nationally and internationally and been broadcast on BBC4 television.
For World Theatre Day, the film of Golem, which will be in English with subtitles available in French and German, will hosted at 7PM (GMT) by:
- Theatre de la Ville (Paris, France)
- HOME (Manchester, UK)
- The British Council
- The Old Market (Brighton, UK)
- NTCH (Taipei, Taiwan)
- Spoleto Festival, (Charleston, USA)
- Komische Oper (Berlin, Germany
- Jüdisches Museum (Berlin, Germany)
- Belgium’s La Libre newspaper
- La Libre (Brussels, Belgium) (Facebook)
- The Space Arts (Birmingham, UK)
The film will be available for two weeks following World Theatre Day.
Golem is directed and written by Suzanne Andrade with film, animation and design by Paul Barritt.
The cast is made up of Genevieve Dunne, Nathan Gregory, Philippa Hambly, Rowena Lennon and Felicity Sparks, with Ben Whithead as the voice of Golem and additional voiceover by Suzanne Andrade. Music is by Lillian Henley with Will Close on drums and percussion.
Golem is a 1927, Salzburg Festival, Theatre de la Ville Paris and Young Vic co-production. The film of Golem was commissioned by The Space.