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All in Good Time

The Not-God Complex

Tue 24th Jan - Fri 27th Jan
19:50 (
60 mins)
Theatre
Devised Theatre / Physical Theatre / Underrepresented Voices
Tickets from £13.00
Venue: Studio
Age Guidance: 12+

You know that we are celebrating because there is a countdown. We don’t know what it’s for…but we. are. excited.

We’re here today to celebrate time. You know that we are celebrating because you got invitation. Inviting you to join us, in whatever way, space and time you please. Inviting you to tell us, to hear us, to sit in silence with us to give us your time or to take up ours.

This show is a joyous celebration of divergent perspectives of time on stage – featuring movement; poetry; ADHD time-travel; projection; (optional) audience interaction, dodos, disco balls and whatever else we have time for.

This piece is based in ideas of neurodiversity, and that we all experience time differently. As audience, you create your own experience through interactive tools, letting us know how you would like this experience of time to go.

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Tue 24th Jan
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Wed 25th Jan
7.50pm
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Thu 26th Jan
7.50pm
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Fri 27th Jan
7.50pm
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The Not-God Complex

Named in rejection of the god-complex methodologies found within theatre, The Not-God Complex is a theatre company with a dual focus on performance-making and community engagement. Hosting a collective of performers and a community engagement space called The NGC Hub, the company centres their work around an aim for inclusive practice. Their work is multidisciplinary, and have a focus on subverting and queering traditional theatrical forms.

The company's previous work has included Rites to Celebrate a Sun Goddess (short film), I Talk with My Friends at the Witching Hour (Camden Peoples Theatre), (How Do You Talk about a) Manless Woman? (The Cockpit/short film), and What Makes a Body Terrifying? (The Hope Theatre).

Press & Reviews

Praise For Previous Work


Everything Theatre


5 stars 


'there is an absolute beauty to this piece....for an hour there I was truly entranced and could think of nowhere else I would want to have been.'

Cast & Creative Team Performer/Deviser - Zoë Glen
Performer/Deviser - Billie Grace
Performer/Deviser - Rebeka Dió
Sound Design/Digital Lead - Yuval Brigg
Projection Design - Gisela Mulindwa
Stage Manager - Alina Longmore
Producer - Eilidh Northridge


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