Performances

Fri 19 Nov to Sat 20 Nov

VOXED

Out Late

£17 / £13 concs

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Vinnie awakes in the afterlife with one question: ‘Who killed me?’.

Out Late follows fiercely-closeted Sebastian as he falls in love with ex-army officer Vinnie, a charming but volatile out-and-proud gay man. Sebastian tries to hide his new relationship whilst his wife Fifi secretly watches them fall in love. Unravelling Vinnie’s murder take us through a twisted story of jealousy, shame and manipulation.

Set in the round with the audience on all four sides of the action, this dark, gritty work blends dance and theatre in the nation’s favourite genre of fiction: crime drama.

Out Late is created for VOXED by Wayne Parsons, critically acclaimed by The Guardian as a ‘choreographer with a distinctive narrative voice’.

Sensitivity warning: This performance contains themes of death, strong language, sexual references and smoke/haze.

Duration: 60 mins

Age Recommendation: 14+ years

Out Late is the second production created by choreographer and director Wayne Parsons in collaboration with writer Ankur Bahl following their inaugural work Vestige ★★★★ - The Observer.


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How to watch

This is a live performance in The Place theatre. 

Please note: We are doing everything we can to ensure the safety and experience of our performers and audiences. With that in mind, we are continuing to sell at a reduced capacity with a view to increase to full capacity should the conditions allow for it. As a result, the seating layout may change between the time of your booking and the performance date, therefore seating may not be socially distanced. Please rest assured that our aim will be to operate our front of house areas and auditorium within recommendations for safety. If you have any questions please contact boxoffice@theplace.org.uk.

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Production Credits
Choreographer and Director: Wayne Parsons
Writer: Ankur Bahl
Designer: Rosa Maggiora
Lighting Designer: Guy Hoare
Composer and Sound Designer: Angus MacRae
Dramaturg: Pooja Ghai
Cast: Folu Odimayo, Caldonia Walton, Stuart Waters
Made in association with Stephen Joseph Theatre
Co-commissioned by The Place and Swindon Dance
Supported by The Point Made possible with public funding from Arts Council England
VOXED is Associate Company at Stephen Joseph Theatre


About VOXED

VOXED creates a space for us all to be creative, to move, to talk and to share our stories.

They’re a dance theatre company bringing people together through the shared experience of dance, theatre and film. VOXED creates projects that are digital, in person, indoor and outdoor, collaborating with community members, writers, film directors, dramaturges and performers to co-create projects that are for, by and with us all.

VOXED started its journey in 2013, when founder and Artistic Director Wayne Parsons began a choreographic journey looking specifically at the relationship between text and movement in narrative dance theatre works.

What drives them now is still a passion for stories, a belief that everyone is creative, and a desire to give all those we engage with a space and a platform to share their unique voice.

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Times: 7.30pm
Duration: 60 mins
Venue: at The Place

This event is part of Autumn Season 2021

Autumn Season 2021

We're delighted to announce a fantastic programme of live performances as well as opportunities to engage with dance online.