Presented by China Plate & Warwick Arts Centre
In partnership with Shoot Festival
This day-long festival on Saturday 30 April at Warwick Arts Centre offered up a jam-packed taster menu of new theatre from the Midlands, including short excerpts of new work, full-length shows and exclusive previews of pieces still in development. All presented by home-grown artists working across the region – from critically acclaimed, award-winning companies to fresh faced, emerging theatre-makers.
Including exclusive extracts of work commissioned through our sister festival First Bite, including Georgia Kelly’s Blood and Keiren Hamilton-Amos’s Pulled.
Bite Size Festival was presented in partnership with Shoot Festival’s Performance: In Bloom event, a showcase of Coventry and Warwickshire’s emerging talent taking place on 28 and 29 April 2022 at the Belgrade Theatre.
Commissioned by Midlands Arts Centre, Attenborough Arts Centre and In Good Company. Supported by Camden People’s Theatre.
Logo © Matthew Austin
Saturday 30 April 2022 | Warwick Arts Centre
Session 1 – 10.45am
Session 2 – 12.30pm
Session 3 – 3pm
Session 4 – 5pm
Session 5 – 7.45pm
Bite Size Festival 2022 was presented in partnership with Shoot Festival’s Performance: In Bloom event – a showcase of Coventry and Warwickshire’s emerging talent taking place on 28 and 29 April 2022 at the Belgrade Theatre.
Our Digital Session platformed some brilliant work made for online audiences, alongside digital translations of live work in development.
Fishhouse Theatre & Upstairs at the Western © Kit Fordham
Billy Read © Graeme Braidwood
Keiren Hamilton Amos © Dominic Owen
Major Labia © Pamela Raith
Altered Skin © Deniz Soezen
Georgia Kelly © Dom Breadmore
Casey Bailey © Kerri Bailey
Proto-type Theater © Adam York Gregory
Frankie Thompson © Tanya Peixoto
Cal-I Jonel © Zara Muirhead
Crow's Nest © Jack Trow
Neal Pike © picturesbybish
Four bite-sized, online festival events showcasing brand-new work in development from 13 exceptional artists across the Midlands.