The Bakery is Closed Again
Barbican Theatre / ReBels Young Company

abstract theatre and contemporary movement


some strong language

60 mins

Barnstaple Library (3B)

Fri at 16:30

Sat at 13:00

Pannier Market

Sat at 17:00

Sun at 13:30

This is a pay-what-you-will-show. There are no tickets but there will be a bucket-collection.

You can also make cash or card donations at the central box office or donate an eFringer credit if you have one available.

The Bakery is Closed Again
Barbican Theatre / ReBels Young Company

From community areas to wild landscapes, spaces all around us are being stolen, lost, mishandled. Inspired by the attempted Wild Camping Ban on Dartmoor and the rising destruction of other community spaces, this episodic play explores the reaction to the loss of spaces through snapshots of various peoples’ lives. Combining stylised movement, original music and new writing, this abstract show dives into the meaning of spaces for the individual.

ReBels Young Company is a project designed to be a springboard for emerging artists, allowing them to take on a creative challenge in a risk free environment without the financial barriers typically associated with touring. Barbican Theatre’s ReBel’s Talent Development has developed a cohort of early careers artists aged 18 - 25 and given them the paid opportunity to create a show suitable for touring. We provide participants with mentorship, support, funding and paid work to help them produce their first show from scratch.