Far Cry Scratch

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9/11/18

The Courtyard Theatre

We created Far Cry Scratch as an opportunity for creatives to test out new material in front of an audience that are welcome and encouraged to feedback their thoughts on what they watch. Far Cry Theatre support everyone involved to push themselves creatively within their 10 minute performance to create a dynamic and varied evening.


Production shots from photographer, Samuelle Durojaiye

 

LINEUP:

  • Dear Hunter Theatre - musical

  • Far Cry Theatre - theatre

  • Opia Collective - poetry/spoken word

  • Tiny Studio - theatre

  • Jack Cullen - musician

  • Jamie Finn - comedian

  • Handmade Theatre - theatre

  • Nicole Zweiback-Varona/Jessica Brindle - theatre

  • Eloi - musician

Amazing to see such a plethora of great work and hopefully the first of many collaborations with other upcoming theatre companies this year!
— Dear Hunter Theatre
Thank you for having us Far Cry Theatre - it was a pleasure to perform and try out new things in front of a warm audience. The talent in the room was phenomenal, well done to everyone involved!
— Opia Collective
Thank you so much to Far Cry Theatre for a brilliant night last night - was such a pleasure for us at Tiny Studio to be involved!
— Tiny Studio
Tonight we ventured to the Courtyard to see Far Cry Scratch from Far Cry Theatre. There were guitars, blood noses, the most disturbing noise ever made with a spoon, poetry, and a jazzy, smoky cover of ‘Toxic’.
— Ellandar Co
Squeezed in a good time The Courtyard, Hoxton tonight seeing a smörgåsbord of theatre & performance curated by the fearless Far Cry Theatre. The thing about scratch nights is you get dropped into so many different worlds in one evening, it’s boggling and exciting all at once.
— Iskandar Sharazuddin, writer/director
Big proud woops and crying laughter tonight...
Thank you Far Cry Theatre for giving us the good stuff at the Courtyard, Hoxton, WANT MORE...
— Katherine Moran, actress
Such an amazing and inspiring event. So much Talent!
— Samuelle Durojaiye, photographer