Things We Chose to Save
“As I grew up, I wondered if there was a better way to remember the important things. And it turns out, there was.”
In ten years’ time, we discover a way to record, store and replay memories at will. Editing memories becomes a booming business, and Molly is one of its leading lights. She watches thousands of other people’s memories every day. Billie, on the other hand, has no idea what she’s getting into when she decides to sell a memory of her own.
Their worlds collide in this new production from exciting new writing/ devising company Clown Funeral. A thoughtful and funny exploration of how we remember, what we remember, and why.
Part of INCOMING Festival, a co-production between A Younger Theatre and New Diorama Theatre in association with HOME.
ABOUT CLOWN FUNERAL
Clown Funeral is an emerging theatre company based in the West Midlands. Combining devising and new writing techniques with an offbeat style, we devise darkly comic shows from unusual stimuli. Associate artists of Pegasus Theatre.
REVIEWS FOR CLOWN FUNERAL
★★★★ “A cleverly conceived show, with an impressive execution, that marks Clown Funeral out as a company to watch in the future.” The Reviews Hub on The Murderer
“Unusual, poetic take on crime rehabilitation hits the spot.” The Stage on The Muderer
“Innovative movement and a thought-provoking script.” Broadway Baby on The Murderer
Pegasus Theatre SPARK Artists 2017/18
Clive Barker Award for Performance 2015
Nominated and Commended for 'Best Direction' - National Student Drama Festival Edinburgh Award 2016
Part of New Diorama Theatre's Graduate Emerging Company Programme 2015/16
ABOUT INCOMING FESTIVAL
INCOMING is a festival celebrating the best emerging theatre companies from across the UK, co-curated by A Younger Theatre and New Diorama Theatre. Across 10 days INCOMING showcases 20 companies as well as a series of workshops and discussions. And this year we are delighted to be partnering with HOME in Manchester, to present the festival across the two cities.
INCOMING Festival is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and New Diorama Theatre's Emerging Companies Fund.