Presented by China Plate and Warwick Arts Centre

Bite Size Festival 2020

The showcase for Midlands theatre making.

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An image of a stack of liquorice all sorts, the text reads Bite Size Festival

Bite Size Festival 2020

Bite Size 2020 took place at Warwick Arts Centre in January 2020 and presented an eclectic mix of new shows from across the Midlands, as well as two shows presented by our partner venue Camden People’s Theatre.

‘It was great to meet other artists performing during the day and to see their work. It felt like a really exciting line up to be part of. The platform felt like a great space to showcase an extract of our work.’Laura Ryder, B Team (Bite Size 2019 commissioned artist)

‘It was great for us – we saw maybe 6 shows we will follow up which is a better strike rate than Edinburgh, and all in one day.’Charles and Barbara Pugh (The Tolmen Centre, Cornwall)

‘Such a special day celebrating midland theatre makers. Watching extracts of work as well as full performances by so many talented artists was really inspiring.’Audience member

In partnership with Midlands Arts Centre, Attenborough Arts Centre and In Good Company. Supported by Derby Theatre and Camden People’s Theatre.

Logo © Matthew Austin

Line Up

Adam Carver | KATH
Quick Duck Theatre | Yours Sincerely
B Team | Slow Violence
Korupt Kabuki | BOXTICKERS (work in progress)
Hannah Maxwell | I, Amdram
Rachael Mainwaring | Bright Places
Turkey and Cranberry Sauce* | On This Day
Boysclub | Petticoat Council
Lanaire Aderemi | An Evening with Verse Writer
Milk Presents present Milk Presents
Phoebe Frances Brown | The Glad Game (work in progress)
Sophia Griffin | Fathers, Families and F*ckboys
Georgie Jones | ish…
Lewis Doherty | BOAR
Caroline Horton | All of Me (the possibility of future splendour)

*Take a Bite Company

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