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Monday
Mar192012

Show feedback

So... In All the Minutes Ever is over and done with, for now at least.  Nearly 600 people saw it over 3 nights and day-time performances and the company were joined on-stage on Saturday afternoon by fifty Oracle Project members showcasing the pieces of work they've been developing in response to the ideas in the play.

We've had some lovely audience feedback to the show.  Here's a little selection:

"Just seen the most incredible performance by @ictheatre at Platform"

"It was touching, funny and very very clever.  What a talented bunch of young people"

"Beautiful, provocation to live in the now, to collect moments, to treasure memories but not at the expense of now"

"Moving, tender and thought provoking"

"You made us laugh and cry, we were moved, we gasped, we empathised, we were just so impressed and I cannot think of a better way to spend a Friday evening.  Everyone on stage was so committed to their individual contribution and the sincerity just shone through."

Thanks to everyone who helped us get on stage and to Platform for hosting the show.

Our attention is now on our forthcoming fundraising dinner and 25 hour show, alongside the start of the What Will Survive Project.

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