Produced by TF Productions
There will also be an interactive broadcast of this show at 18:00-19:00, Thursday 17th September 2020; Timeless Figure (Interactive Broadcast). A recording of that broadcast will be available for 28 days and tickets for the broadcast are sold seperately.
Music & Words: Martin Bussey
Photography: Laurel Turton
Timeless Figure is about Time. This complete performance sees J.B.Joyce (Peter Edge) making clocks in Shropshire in 1680. He moves through a world changing with dizzying speed, portrayed through Laurel Turton’s stunning merged and overlaid images. These challenge our assumptions of Time’s visual impact. Shropshire clockwork merges into urban, rural and seascapes in the United States. Joyce reflects on ‘Time, a maniac’ in Tennyson’s words set against a frantic marimba. Passengers pass under Joyce’s Liverpool clock to escape Irish Famine or flee mill work to holiday. Marconi’s single radio signal makes Joyce realise that ‘Time stands still’.
All ages (mostly adults)
Tuesday 15th September - 7:00pm
Duration: 40 minutes
Tickets: Full price: £15.00 / Financially Challenged: £5.00
Prior to arrival:
You and your group must not have tested positive or be showing symptoms of Covid-19, nor have come into contact with someone who has tested positive within 14 days prior to your visit of The Cockpit.
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Essential reading before you attend a performance at The Cockpit: COVID House Rules & Coming to See a Show (don't panic, they're short)