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Quarantine was established in 1998 by directors Richard Gregory and Renny O’Shea with designer Simon Banham. We make original theatre, performance and public events with and about the people who are in it. Whatever form it takes, our work begins and ends with the people in the room. Over the last 20 years, we've collaborated with a shifting constellation of artists, performers and people who've never done anything like this before. Our work seeks to create the circumstances for a conversation between strangers...

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Coming up… new dates announced at PuSh (Vancouver), In Between Time (Bristol) and Norfolk and Norwich Festival

Posted: 10 November 2016

Wallflower | 1-3 February 2017 | PuSh Festival, Vancouver (CA)

Following sell-out performances in London and Leeds last month, Quarantine are set to present Wallflower at Vancouver’s international festival of performing arts, PuSh, in February next year.

Quarantine will perform the 90-minute version of Wallflower over three nights at Performance Works, a former machine shop-turned-performance venue on Vancouver’s Granville Island.

Winter. | 9-12 & 14-19 February 2017 | In Between Time, Bristol (UK)

Winter. will be screened independently for the very first time as part of Bristol’s bi-annual In Between Time Festival in February 2017. Winter. is a delicate portrait of Mandy King-Holmes, made by filmmakers Rachel Davies and Daniel Saul, when Mandy was in the last months of her life. The 38-minute film premiered in Easter 2016 as part of Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring.

Screenings will be on the hour, every hour, for free, at the Arnolfini on Bristol’s dockside.

Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. | 13-14 May 2017 | Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Norwich (UK)

In May next year Quarantine present Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. for the second time, re-created with a new cast of local people for Norfolk and Norwich Festival. 

Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. premiered in a disused television studio in Manchester earlier this year. Featuring dozens of local people, Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. is a whole day event filled with performance, film, food and conversations – an extraordinary quartet of performances and film about our relationship with time.