STEF SMITH: THE SILENCE OF BEES

Stef Smith: The Silence Of Bees

Behaviour 2012:

Stef Smith: The Silence Of Bees

Thu 12 - Sat 14 Apr 2012 | 7pm & 8.30pm (performed at Lush, Sauchiehall Street) | £11/£8

Lush opens its doors for a poetic and intimate site-specific show from award-winning writer and director Stef Smith.

Separated by time, and joined by business, blood and beekeeping, three women unfold their story, moving through decades of unspoken words, secret lives and memories they can’t quite seem to forget.

Currently writer-on-attachment with the National Theatre of Scotland, Stef created the text for the multi-award winning Roadkill as well as sell-out show Falling/Flying and BBC radio drama Tea and Symmetry.

Featuring:

Jo Tope
Lesley Hart
Kirsty Stuart

Supported by Lush, Sauchiehall Street.

*****
“beautiful, brilliant, powerful”

The Scotsman on Roadkill

****
“gorgeous, funny, brave”
The Herald on Falling/Flying

Why not make an evening of it?

Thurs 12th April
5pm, 5.45pm or 6.30pm Tania El Khoury: Maybe If You Choreograph Me You Will Feel Better
7pm or 8.30pm Stef Smith: The Silence of Bees

Fri 13th April
5pm, 5.45pm or 6.30pm Tania El Khoury: Maybe If You Choreograph Me You Will Feel Better
7pm or 8.30pm Stef Smith: The Silence of Bees

Sat 14th April
4:15pm, 5pm, 5:45pm or 6:30pm
Tania El Khoury: Maybe If You Choreograph Me You Will Feel Better
7pm or 8.30pm Stef Smith: The Silence of Bees

Part of Behaviour 2012, the Arches’ festival of live performance. For more see HOW WE BEHAVE, the Behaviour blog documenting seven artists’ journey through the festival.