I Love Vinegar Vera is a new theatre production written by local woman Nadia Drews who has been working in partnership with Cut to the Chase Productions (www.cuttothechaseproductions.co.uk).
The subject matter of the piece explores, addiction, disability and human rights ‘I Love Vinegar Vera’(What Becomes of the Brokenhearted)’ is a play that defends the right of all people to be vulnerable and all vulnerable people to be given their rights.
This will be it's world premiere in Manchester and it is intended to taken out regionally and nationally in 2012.
The target audience is substance users / those with addiction problems, unemployed people and voluntary and community groups / organisations.
It will be shown from Tuesday 1 November 2011 – Saturday 5 November 2011 at the Joshua Brooks venue, Manchester.
75% of the funding has been secured from the Arts Council for the production, but there is a short fall that they are looking to pull together with partners.
Partners are asked if they can provide in kind rehearsal space, costumes, props
and printing and marketing material i.e. flyers and posters.
Alternatively organisations could put some money in the pot, from £100 upwards and they will be offered a creative writing workshop or drama workshop plus 4 free tickets to one of the shows.
Partner organisations will be publicised on all the marketing and in the programme for the show as well as being listed when the production is taken out on tour and will also go on all press releases as partners on the project.
For further details, visit: www.cuttothechaseproductions.co.uk/?p=353.
For an informal chat, contact Jen Heyes, on 0772929713, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.