BEHAVIOUR FESTIVAL 2014

Behaviour Festival 2014

The Arches presents

Behaviour Festival 2014

Thu 6 Mar - Fri 2 May 2014 | Various times and dates | Festival Pass: £48/£38

Raging political theatre, a multi-chambered club event and award-winning international work…  Welcome to Behaviour 2014.

Each year, Behaviour showcases some of the most diverse and inventive theatrical performance talent for Glasgow’s audiences. With the festival now in its fifth year, Behaviour 2014 is set to be one of our biggest yet, with seventeen events across the city between the March 6th and May 2nd. As ever, we welcome a wide-ranging array of award-winning national and international artists to The Arches, as well as taking work beyond our own brick walls to performance spaces and locations throughout Glasgow.

“One of the major themes in the festival this year is the interaction of live music with other disciplines. We’re thrilled to be working with Tramway again in the presentation of In May, with music by Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy, and we are excited to uncover a special late night club-inspired addition to the festival, Dark Behaviour. We’ll be working with arts collective 85A to create an extraordinary multi-chambered night of installations, happenings and music that fully embraces the spirit of The Arches.

Elsewhere in the programme, there is a notable politicised edge. A strong feminist seam includes Alan Bissett, Bryony Kimmings, Rosana and Amy Cade, Sh!t Theatre, Silvia Gallerano and Cristian Ceresoli. Each approach the subject from different perspectives and, taken cumulatively, they represent a fierce anger at the inequality inherent within our global economic systems and its specific impact on women.

Thanks to the generous support of various partners, including the Goethe Institut, we are able to present the UK premiere of Hate Radio by Milo Rau in the main arch spaces. Signifying a radical move forward in the field of documentary theatre, this devastating work takes the audience into the glass cage of a radio studio during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, where actors, some of whom were directly affected by the event itself, replay events as they took place on Radio Television Libre.

Behaviour is defined by a particular disobedient energy. Come and misbehave with us.”

Jackie Wylie
Artistic Director of The Arches

Download the Behaviour 2014 brochure

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March

Bryony Kimmings
Credible Likeable Superstar Rolemodel

Rosana and Amy Cade
Sister

Jelili Atiku, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Dennis Fraser and Jim Chuchu
Future Reflexions exhibition

International Institute of Political Murder
Hate Radio

Frank Alva Buecheler/Neil Hannon (Divine Comedy)/Tim Clarke/Matt Fenton
In May (at Tramway)

Untitled Projects
Cain’s Book

Arches Commons (a discussion event)


April

Adrian Howells/Konstantin Bock/Aldo Palstra/Lucy Gaizely
FAG

Sam Halmarack
Sam Halmarack and the Miserablites

National Theatre of Scotland:
Auteurs Scratch Night

Sh!t Theatre
Job Seekers Anonymous

Alan Bissett
Ban This Filth!

Cristian and Marta Ceresoli/Silvia Gallerano/Richard Jordan Productions/Produziono Fuorivia
La Merda

Platform 18 Winners Enormous Yes
The Forbidden Experiment

Martin O’Connor
Theology

Gary Gardiner and Murray Wason
Neighbourhood Forum


May


Platform 18 Winners Enormous Yes
The Forbidden Experiment (at Traverse Theatre)

The Arches presents
Dark Behaviour
(a night of clubbing and performance co-curated by 85A)

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Tickets: Day Passes are available for £20/£16 or see everything with a Festival Pass for £48/£38 – book now by calling 0141 565 1000 or visit The Arches Box Office at 253 Argyle Street, G2 8DL.

Individual tickets are available for all shows – please see separate website pages to buy online.

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