My CREATETour: Summit by Fuel Theatre #whatchange


Summit by Fuel Theatre 


This season we are excited to have Fuel Theatre and their show Summit, touring from 14th - 16th November, as part of our CREATETour project. The young people from Tuned In! in Redcar will  also be performing a short piece that they have created before each show.

Summit is a play performed by three actors in a blend of languages, set over three different time periods. The play explores equality and language and invites action.

As part of the show, Fuel Theatre have created a special #whatchange campaign, asking audiences to sign "Summit" with a description of what change they want in the arts. We want for as many people as possible to join in the conversation and get involved!

Here at Rural Arts, we joined in on the campaign, suggesting the change we would like to see is "more cultural opportunities in rural communities"

We think the #whatchange campaign is a great opportunity to get involved in what is already looking like to be a great #CREATETour in Redcar!

We're especially excited for our young people form TunedIn! Redcar to perform a curtain-raiser for such a special show. The opportunity for them to be a part of a performance that explores language through the use of english, malay and british sign language is particularly special.

Take a look below to see the summit trailer with British Sign Language:

Why not join in the conversation about Summit on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and tag us in your post! Or share your video of you signing CREATE Tour by copying the "How To" videos below!
Watch how to sign 'create' in British Sign Language
Watch how to sign 'tour' in British Sign Language

Summit and CREATETour will be touring to Stokesley Town HallSaltburn Community Theatre and Tuned In! Redcar
(click links for tickets , enquire at box office for group discounts)


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