Turkey Sausage Roll with HOME

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Turkey Sausage Roll with HOME
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Turkey Sausage Roll at HOME Manchester, Manchester 29 February — 31 December 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

Performed by Faoileann Cunningham, Turkey Sausage Roll takes you on a journey into one young woman’s restless mind. Trying to avoid holding her girlfriend’s hand with her left hand, while she clutches a turkey sausage roll in her right hand, we watch her trying to survive the worst day of her life so far. A vegetarian, but too polite to say so. Moreover, she fears that if she opens her mouth, she will be overcome by grief. Meanwhile, her best friend is in a box being sung to, aggressively, by Aunty Una…

Karen Cogan’s work Turkey Sausage Roll is being presented as part of Homemakers, the online festival of new work by HOME Manchester, in collaboration with the RADA Festival.

The RADA Festival is a vibrant yearly event that nurtures artists’ development and provides a platform for emerging and established work. Usually hosted at RADA over 10 days in June and July, the Festival supports and celebrates work by RADA graduates.

Innovative and brilliant, we love that all of the Homemakers commissions are easily accessible, with tickets available on a ‘Pay What You Can’ basis. The festival features an exciting programme of new commissions created by artists working at home, for audiences who are staying at home. Be sure to take a look at the full Homemakers programme.

Turkey Sausage Roll at HOME Manchester, Manchester 29 February — 31 December 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

Performances

Date
Time
Session Features
29 February — 31 December 2020
12:00am

Accessibility Features

Captioned

31 December 2020
4:00am

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