Mind the Gap: Emma Rucastle
Sunday 21st March 2:00pm
Mind the Gap is an audio story collage, largely based on emails, headlines and ‘to-do’ lists from early-2020 juxtaposed with conversations and communications in early-2021. Using creation-myth elements, it considers where we’ve been, where we are now and where we might be going, as we journey across the expanse between our pre-pandemic lives and the future… By turns, thought-provoking, challenging, funny and sad, it is a fascinating record of our current moment.
Suitable for all ages.
Emma Rucastle is a Lancaster-based theatre professional with wide-ranging experience in educational, community and professional theatre. She trained in theatre directing in London and Moscow and works locally and nationally, online and offline, for many organisations, including Lancaster’s Dukes Theatre, Shakespeare Schools Foundation and TramShed Inclusive Theatre Company. She is one of the Makers of Lancaster Fun Palace – part of the #funpalaces movement – a free community celebration of Arts and Sciences held annually the first weekend of each October.