Date: Thursday 7th September 2017
Written by Madeleine George
This September, Touch Theatre goes on tour again, this time with a comic drama that deals with adult themes.
The biological clock is ticking for Brodie, a determined, focussed but detached Professor of Linguistics.
The chosen donor ( interests include stand up comedy and kayaking ) has turned out a success, girlfriend is happy with the idea and all is set to ensure that Brodie’s superior genes are passed on.
But life doesn’t always fit neatly into researched plans and a trip to the zoo and a connection with a talking ape look set to change Brodie’s outlook on life for ever.
What people have said about Precious Little :
A crisp, fast-moving, tough-minded but often comic play about love, language, memory, culture and commitment - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
An 80 minute little gem that makes a big impression - San Francisco Chronicle
Precious Little was originally produced by Clubbed Thumb as part of Summerworks 2009, their annual festival of new plays.
What audience members have said about Touch Theatre
‘loved the combination of meaning and humour’
‘challenging, funny and disturbing all in one’
‘superb acting, imaginative staging, thought provoking script’
‘brilliant piece of theatre’
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Touch Theatre is a company of local actor, writers and directors based in Cornwall.
Its style is non-naturalistic, playing with visual, physical and political ideas inspired by real life situations and portraying them in an expressionist way.
We use movement, music and stylisation to enhance the emotions and dilemmas the characters face.
Touch Theatre plays to local audiences in Cornwall, performing new writing from the laptop of Caitlin Rose, and has plans for new adaptations in the pipeline.