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Made of Stars by Turntable Theatre

11th Nov 13th Nov 2022

An immersive experience inside a giant pyramid, sharing the stories of immigrants and refugees from across the globe.

Additional shows added, Friday 11th - Sunday 13th November!

Made of Stars shares real stories of hope and joy of displaced people, through epic soundscapes and film projections.

Entering the space, the room falls into darkness. It’s quiet and you become aware of your own existence. Then the pyramid comes alive and invites you in. Wearing a pair of headphones, you enter and experience epic soundscapes and film projections, created in collaboration between international designers and refugee artists living in Liverpool, sharing real stories of hope and joy of displaced people.

A high quality visual and sound experience from Liverpool-based theatre makers Turntable Theatre. We are all Made of Stars.

Created in collaboration between Turntable Theatre with 14 refugee artists based in Liverpool, artist and architect Noel Urbain, multi-disciplinary movement director Grace Goulding and photographer Nick Knight OBE.

Show times

St Mary's Market, St Helens:

11th November at 2.20pm, 3pm, 3.40pm, 5.30pm, 6.15pm, 7pm

12th November at 2.20pm, 3pm, 3.40pm, 4.20pm, 5pm

13th November at 2.20pm, 3pm, 3.40pm, 5.30pm, 6.15pm, 7pm

Running time: 25 minutes (please allow up to 40 minutes)
Free, booking recommended.
Suitable for ages 10+

This event is part of Take Over 2022.

Access information

We aim to create safe, welcoming and accessible spaces for all. St Mary's Market is:

  • In a town centre location
  • Nearest train station is St Helens Central (for trains to and from Liverpool/Manchester/Blackpool/Wigan)
  • Nearest bus stop is St Helens Bus Station (for buses to Liverpool, Wigan and around St Helens)
  • Nearest accessible parking is at St Helens Town Hall and World of Glass (10 minute walk)
  • Nearest taxi drop off is St Mary's Market car park
  • Gender neutral toilet at the Book Stop St Helens

If you'd like to discuss your access needs, please get in touch. If you would like to request a BSL interpreter, or a transcript of the show, please make this request when booking your ticket, or by contacting the email address below ahead of the event. All ticket holders have now been contacted about their access needs.

Contact Anna on:
07529224271 (9.30am - 5.30pm)
info@heartofglass.org.uk

Co-created by Turntable Theatre with refugee artists in Liverpool with Sola Arts. Supported by SHOW Studio

About the artists

Turntable Theatre