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“one of the most groundbreaking spoken word shows I have seen”
Russell Thompson, Apples & Snakes London Co-ordinator

“extremely funny, moving and well observed.”
Aoife Mannix

 

CREATIVE TEAM

Written & Performed by Simon Mole
Direction & Design by Peader Kirk
Project Management by Maeve O’Neill
Co-produced by Apples and Snakes
Developed with support from the Albany and Spread The Word
Supported by Arts Council England

From 2012 – 2015 Indiana Jones and the extra chair show and residency toured to 6 venues including sold out shows at Brighton Dome and Southbank Centre. The residency program engaged over 200 participants and the 8 performances reached nearly 400 audience.

 

There was a residency at each venue working with local groups of up to 15 emerging writers. These participants were involved in the show at that venue, serving food with poetic memories and performing their own original family-themed poems. Some participants continued their journey becoming established writers and artists, including Sara Hirsch, Megan Beech and Helen Seymour.

Photo by Spurious Nonsense 

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