Is this a Waste Land? Programming Information

Overview | Writings | Gallery | Programming Information

Is this a Waste Land? is available for touring from May 2017.

Overview of practical details:

  • Running Time: 90 mins
  • Max audience per performance: 80
  • People on the road: 10 – 11
  • Max number of performances per day: 1
  • Timing of performances: dusk
  • Age Guidance 12+ (not suitable for under 8s)

Performance Site: Is this a Waste Land? (ITAWL) can be programmed on two kinds of sites: either a large urban ‘wasteland’ empty plot of land OR a recently cleared area of forest. Size is flexible, but very roughly the size of a football pitch or larger is good!

Get in: 2 days

Get out: 1 day

Bespoke Packages
We can offer related workshops/intensives/public talks or discussions directly linked to the performances in order to build audiences and interest.

Due to the bespoke nature of Is this a Waste Land? the cost of programming the work depends on the length of programming run and the complexity of finding a suitable site. We advise a minimum of 3 days of performances. For a detailed break down of costs and company availability please get in touch with us  ⟶

We provide:

  • sound set-up – head-sets and sound devices
  • facilitation of all performances
  • all materials for performances
  • protective gloves for all audience members
  • Free programme notes for all audience members (if desired)

 Venue to provide:

  • suitable site for the work agreed by all parties
  • arrange permission with the landowner to use the site and access for rehearsals
  • staff ticket collection
  • co-ordinate with the company to provide a secure container for storage of materials, sound equipment and bag storage during the performance.
  • staffing to cover meeting point and security if necessary (depending on location)
  • light refreshments for audience at the end of the performance

If you’d like to discuss programming Is this a Waste Land? PLEASE GET IN TOUCH ⟶

Full marketing support packs are available on request.