Produced and presented by Miriam Gould
Hosted by The Cockpit
In different places and times, they speak about truth, art, love and trauma.
The first solo show from musician and theatre maker Miriam Gould (Associate Artist of Little Bulb Theatre and co-Artistic Director of Double Trouble), Empty Room uses live song, intertwined monologues and a violin concerto to explore how music can free us; revealing hidden depths in order to survive in times when we need it most.
After the show audiences are welcome to share their own song to add to the Survival Playlist which is being compiled from submissions around the world.
After the show, Miriam invites you to stay, chat, add and listen to the Survival Playlist in the foyer.
This show contains talk of upsetting subject matter: death, depression and heroin addiction. It also contains some strong language.
Watch the trailer here
Devised and Performed by Miriam Gould
Music by Rachel Gould, Sal Nistico and Dmitri Shostakovich
Dramaturgy by Alex Scott
Produced by Sarah Wilson-White
Developed at Battersea Arts Centre
Supported using public funding by the national lottery through Arts Council England