The Shrine of Everyday Things


An immersive, interactive journey through domestic spaces under transformation. It was played-out in an empty row of houses set for demolition and regeneration one summer in Ardwick, made with Contact Young Company, Rodolfo Amorim, Renato Bolelli Rebouças and me.

Installation and performance collided with memories of people and things, collected in drawers, behind closed doors, in the garden, down the street… think Coronation Street meets David Lynch.

In 2016 the production won the Youth Panel Award at Manchester Theatre Awards. Watch a 5 minute video of the performance below:

Photos by Joel Chester Fildes.

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