Photo credit: Matthew Cooper
Northern Girls - Bridlington
Presented by Pilot Theatre in co-production with ARCADE
Wednesday 13th - Saturday16th October at 7pm.
Following the success of Northern Girls 2020, Pilot Theatre travelled to three new locations in autumn 2021 for a series of captivating outdoor performances in York, Bridlington, and Redcar. Pilot brought together an incredible team to develop monologues exploring what it means to be a Northern Girl in 2021, this ambitious project spanned three communities, bringing together debut writers, professional writers and directors as well as schools and community venues.
In co-production with Pilot Theatre, ARCADE presented Northern Girls - Bridlington.
The performance was unique to Bridlington and had been developed, written, and performed by women and girls with direct connections to the town. Each short piece represented the joys, frustrations, and complexities of northern female identity and took place in the atmospheric outdoor setting at the local St Johns Burlington Methodist Church.
Northern Girls Bridlington was a Pilot Theatre co-production with ARCADE and was supported by Arts Council England, Creative Europe and the National Lottery Community Fund.
There was a BSL performance on Thursday 14th October and the venue was wheelchair accessible.
Northern Girls Bridlington will be available to watch online for free, more details will be coming soon.