Thank you so much for joining us to play The House Never Wins.

  

The House Never Wins is operating on a 'Pay What You Decide' ticketing scheme, giving audiences a chance to experience more exciting and new theatre.

Obviously these are uncertain financial times for everyone at the moment so we do not want finance to be a barrier to attendance so if you are able, (and only if you are able) you can make a donation of what you think is suitable based on your experience via our Pay Pal link here: paypal.me/killthecat

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For those wanting to know more about the climate crisis and the science of where we are right now: 

Extinction Rebellion: The Truth https://rebellion.earth/the-truth/

David Attenborough Climate Change: The Facts https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00049b1

 

We know climate crisis can be overwhelming and difficult to process- the CPA have some amazing resources (and a brilliant podcast as well). They’re also running climate cafes online (a safe space to talk about the climate breakdown and our fears surrounding it) Check them out there:  

Climate Psychology Alliance: 

https://www.climatepsychologyalliance.org

 

 

For theatre makers wanting to make more eco-friendly and sustainable theatre Staging Change have some great tips and resources here: https://www.stagingchange.com

 

The House Never Wins Credits:

Originally commissioned by Upstart Theatre as part of DARE Festival 2019. Supported by Arts Council England, Shoreditch Town Hall, Camden People's Theatre, Ovalhouse and Maketank. 

Created by Dylan Frankland & Madeleine Allardice

Performed by Madeleine Allardice

Tech by Dylan Frankland

Producer: Turtle Key Arts

Set and Costume Design: Erin Guan

Trailer: Michael Lynch

Poster Design: Keir Cooper

End audio: Caroline Hickman in conversation with Verity Sharp.  Extracted from  'Climate Change, Grief and Hope'- episode 1 of the Climate Psychology Alliance's podcast series: Crisis Conversations, ‘Catastrophe or Transformation’. 

 
 

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HOME IS WHERE THE HE(ART) IS

Home Is Where The He(ART) Is is all about bringing us all a little closer together, whilst we are apart.

There's so much out there and online at the moment - it can make you feel disconnected. It's pretty exhausting keeping up with all the banana bread baking, creative making, exercise sweat breaking, social media picture taking! So we're going to make it easier for you.

There is much positivity and creativity out in Cornwall and beyond and each week we'll be finding and sharing just a few of our suggestions to watch, read or listen at leisure.

Find out more here!