Presented by Word of Warning + HOME
Première of this (ir)reverent remake of a Mancunian classic.
Starring Eggs Collective, introduced by auteur DeDomenici.
You can now see the full 7 minute Redux on YouTube:
Venue + Booking Details
Currently SOLD-OUT, though it may be worth coming on spec to HOME on Sunday evening — as a free event there could well be returns; AND if you have a ticket that you aren’t planning to use, please let HOME’s box office know on 0161 200 1500.
Date: Sunday 22 May 2016, 8pm
Venue: HOME (Theatre 2), 2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN
Tickets: free to book online or in person at HOME, donations are welcome after the show.
Box Office Tel: 0161 200 1500
Age advisory 18+ (parental/guardian discretion); duration TBC. For specific age and access information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 232 6086.
Since 2013 Richard DeDomenici’s inexplicably popular The Redux Project has caused a stir over fifty times, in places as diverse as London, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Seoul, Sydney, Beijing and Norwich.
The project celebrates and subverts the cultural heritage of the places it visits, by attempting to make shot-for-shot remakes of scenes from famous movies and telly, on a shoe-string budget with amateur local crews, in the same locations where the originals were filmed.
Most recently Richard adapted The Redux Project into a tv show, for the BBC4 event On Stage: Live From Television Centre — described by journalist Matt Trueman as ‘one of the smartest, strangest subversive half hours of television I’ve ever seen’.
Richard will apply his unique set of skills to the groundbreaking Mancunian classic Queer As Folk, in collaboration with renowned locally-sourced performance trio Eggs Collective.
Who are they?
Richard DeDomenici makes work that is social, joyful, topical and political — although rarely simultaneously. He specialises in urban-absurdist interventions which strive to create the kind of uncertainty that leads to possibility. In addition to Manchester, in 2016 he plans to make work in Malaysia, Macedonia and Milton Keynes.
Eggs Collective are a trio making sharp, fun, culturally-observational performance that falls somewhere in the cracks between theatre + cabaret. They explore feminism through the way we see the world and what they find funny.
What people have said about The Redux Project
outrageous… hilarious… sharp critique of modern myth-making…
DeDomenici’s performance is a Don Quixote tilt at a cultural hegemony…
typical DeDomenici lunacy… brilliant… refreshing and delightful.
Total Theatre Magazine
Brilliantly irreverent stuff from DeDomenici.
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
Better than a trip to the Multiplex.
Eastern Daily Press
Commissioned by hÅb. Produced by Richard DeDomenici.
By donation | Thursday Lates at the Whitworth
(Fri 8 Apr, 6-8pm sold-out) Sat 9 Apr, 1-5pm.
Free | Harris Museum, Preston
HUGFri 22 + Sat 23 Apr, 7.30pm.
£9/5, two nights £11/6 | Contact
Turn 2016Sun 22 May, 8pm. By donation | HOME
Queer as Yolk: ReduxFri 3 Jun, 4pm (5+6pm sold-out);
(Sat 4 Jun, 4+5+6pm sold-out). £4/2 | Contact
Works Ahead Compact EditionFri 3 + Sat 4 Jun, 7.30pm. £6/3 | Contact
Works Ahead Evening EditionWed 29 Jun, 8pm. £12/10 | The Lowry
A Room for All Our TomorrowsSat 9 Jul, 12noon-5pm.
Free | St Ann's Square, Mcr City Centre