Friday 17 & Saturday 18 February 2017 | Platform Islington
Assembly is a gathering of Company Three members, staff, friends, families and followers, featuring scratch performances of some of our newest work.
Our first Assembly took place in February 2017, featuring two scratch plays:
A first draft of a play about disappearing by Somalia Seaton, part of a collaboration with Tonic Theatre, as part of their Platform project - plays that put young women and their stories at their heart of the action.
Seventy young people go missing in London every day. We asked: what does it mean to disappear? When is it good and when is it bad to go missing? We improvised, wrote and sung our answers to Somalia: this is her response.
Created and performed by Aaliyah Murrian, Abigail Phillips-Douglas, Alannah Makoni, Arianna King, Bailey Smith, Cherie Duah, Cynthia Mumbaya, Danielle Maragh, Dylan Lubo, Fransisco Rodrigues, Jack Hughes, Jaekwan Hunte-Jarrett, Jake Monib, James-Leon Gallacher, Johnatan Gini-Rodrigues, Kadiesat Turay, Nusaybe Abaas, Olga Popiolek-Szulczewska, Selin Goksungar, Sonya Miah & Vini Padoan
Created with Anisha Ngagba, Inaayat Chowdhury, Isobel Burrows, Kayne Parara & Sierra Lan-George Summana
Written by Somalia Seaton
A Few Mississippis
A play about love between teenagers. It’s about what we see from the outside and what it feels like on the inside. And the difference between them.
It is friendships, relationships and tiny moments of connection. It’s for anyone who has ever been told they’ll get over it in a year or two.
Created and performed by Bethany Timson, Chelsea Green, Delilah Sykes, Doyin Ajiboye, Eleanor Benmore, Kiki Bowen, Lewis Dickinson, Michael Adewale, Pia Richards Glöckner, Romeo Mika, Sama Aunallah, Syntyche Towgomo, Tyrel Phan & Yaamin Chowdhury
Created with Andrea Chown-Ahern, Helawit Hailemariam, KJ Gomez-Danso & Zenari Singh
Written by the Company
James Blakey (Director) and Charlie Damigos (Designer)
Lighting (both pieces)