Birželio 1, 2017
Brighton Fringe festivalis. Į Lietuvą emigravusio anglo spektaklį įkvėpė tėvynės ilgesys
Paul'as naujuose namuose Krakėse su dukrele Minija.

Gimęs ir augęs Weston Super Mare, netoli Bristolio, režisierius ir aktorius Paul Atmerre jau penkerius metus gyvena ir dirba Lietuvoje, Krakių miestelyje, Kėdainių rajone. Šį savaitgalį jis sugrįžta į gimtosios Anglijos pajūrį, Brighton’ą su mono spektakliu Skilęs Dangus (Broken Air).

Spektaklis inspiruotas britų dailininko Peter Lanyon paskutiniųjų gyvenimo dienų epizodų. Corwall peizažus iš paukščio skrydžio tapęs menininkas mirė tragiškai, sulaukęs 46-erių: sklandymo metu patyręs avariją jis pateko į ligoninę, gydytojų nurodymu jam paskirtas lovos režimas, tačiau jis būtent ir mirė nuo kraujo krešulio susidarius ilgai nejudant.

“Cornwall’yje prabėgo mano vaikystės vasaros. Emigravus iš Anglijos į Lietuvą sugrįžo prisiminimai, labai ilgėjausi tėvynės. Tad šis vaidinimas būtent ir įkvėptas ilgesio. Labai gerai suprantu visus lietuvius, gyvenančius svečioje šalyje, nes manau, kad daugelis jūsų jaučia tą pati. Tad nuoširdžiai kviečiu visus atvykti ir pažiūrėti”, - sako Paul Attmere.

Spektaklis Skilęs Dangus, One Church, Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA.
Birželio 3d. 7.30pm. Kaina: £8.50 ar £7 su nuolaida
Įsigyti bilietus galite čia: https://www.brightonfringe.org/box-office/shows/view/broken-air

Brighton Fringe festivalis vyks iki birželio 4 d., 2017

Paul'as po Vilniaus maratono su dukrele Minija. Paul'as po Vilniaus maratono su dukrele Minija.

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Tragic death of Cornish artist Peter Lanyon inspires solo Fringe show

Broken Air, a dynamic, imaginative solo physical theatre performance inspired by the tragic death of Cornish landscape painter Peter Lanyon, is coming to Brighton Fringe for the first time. The show marks a return to the city for actor and former Brighton resident Paul Attmere, now based in Lithuania where he runs a theatre company with his partner Erika. 

Broken Air delighted audiences at last year’s Barnstaple Theatrefest and Stroud Theatre Festival with its lively mixture of mime, dance and slapstick.
 
Although regarded as one of the major 20th-century British painters, Lanyon's life and work has not been represented and celebrated on stage until now. 

After a gliding accident near Dunkeswell airfield in Devon in 1964, the Cornish artist sustained a minor injury to his back that put him in hospital. After three days he was ready to leave and return to his life and work when a blood clot travelled to his brain and killed him at the age of just 46.
 
Paul Attmere says: “Although the show doesn't shy away from the tragic circumstances of his death, I wanted Broken Air to be a celebration of Lanyon’s lust for life, his mischievous sense of humour and his rebelliousness. Aside from his creative genius, he was an irrepressible and fascinating man which gave me so much raw-material to work with, including the posthumous poem “The Thermal Stair”- written by his friend WS Graham- from which the show takes its name.” 
 
The show comes five years after Paul, his partner and 2-year-old daughter, left Brighton to live in Lithuania, to build a straw house and make theatre. Erika Useviciute (Director) says: “At the time Paul was adjusting to his new life in Lithuania and making this performance was very personal - a sort of love letter home to Cornwall, where his family originates from. He's really excited to return and perform in Brighton and be part of the Fringe and we're also fortunate that One Church is such a wonderfully atmospheric venue.”
 
Broken Air By Third Knock Theatre Co.
Venue: One Church, Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA. 
3rd of June at 7.30pm. £8.50 or £7 Conc.
Tickets: www.brightonfringe.org/box-office/shows/view/broken-air 

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