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BEAF TAKEOVER ROYAL ARCADE : THE PAPER CINEMA
June 26 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 12:00 pm, repeating until July 4, 2021
ROYAL ARCADE : UNIT 5
NIC RAWLING AND THE PAPER CINEMA ‘THE MAKING OF MACBETH’
To accompany The Paper Cinema’s digital presentation of their most recent acclaimed theatre show, Macbeth, this exhibition displays the incredible artwork that is created by Nic Rawling, lead artist, director and illustrator of The Paper Cinema. For each production Nic creates 1,000s of individual, hand-drawn illustrations that make up the live performances.
Founded in 2004, by Nic Rawling, Imogen Charleston and Christopher Reed, The Paper Cinema creates unique, magical performances that combine the languages of animation, music, film and theatre. Accompanied by a live soundtrack, intricate pen and ink illustrations are skilfully manipulated in real-time in front of a video camera and projected onto a big screen.
The live digital presentation of Macbeth takes place in B.A.D Boscombe Arts Depot on Wednesday 30 June and Thursday 1 July see PAPER CINEMA: MACBETH
“With not a word spoken, The Paper Cinema crafts a fine example of Shakespeare’s quintessential work… this isn’t just theatre, but a love letter to animated process.” The Skinny
“… a feat of mechanics and human effort which would be impressive on its own, but it’s made more noteworthy that the story of Macbeth is depicted as precisely as it is.” The Stage
THE SHOW – Trailer
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- Reduce capacity if required
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- Encourage audience members aged 11+ to wear a face covering