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  • Date and time: Tuesday 7 June 2022, 12pm to Sunday 12 June 2022, 9pm
  • Location: Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media Building, Campus East, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to staff, students, the public (adults only)
  • Booking: Booking required

Event details

York Creative Collision Festival 2022 provides a fusion of York’s creative community in a week-long festival showcasing a vibrant range of fringe-scale theatre, contemporary music, and budding comedic talent. Our interactive art exhibitions, talks and networking events aim to facilitate connection between creatives from across York and our varied and immersive programme celebrates a range of new work from upcoming artists. Each day provides a fresh creative experience of artistic worlds colliding.

Schedule of the festival can be found below. More information on each show can be found through the ticketpage (Individual tickets or day passes are available)

Tuesday 7th June

14:30 - There Are No Beginnings by Charley Miles 

17:00 - The Acid Test by Anya Reiss

19:30 - 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow

Day Pass Ticket Link

Wednesday 8th June

14:30 - How My Light Is Spent by Alan Harris

17:00 - Girl in the Machine by Stef Smith

19:30 - The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter

Day Pass Ticket Link

Thursday 9th June

14:30 - Every Brilliant Thing by Duncan Macmillan

17:00 - The Shape of the Pain by Chris Thorpe with Rachel Bagshaw

19:30 - Where Do Little Birds Go? by Camilla Whitehall

Day Pass Ticket Link

Friday 10th June

14:30 - The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter

17:00 - Where Do Little Birds Go? by Camilla Whitehall

19:30 - The Acid Test by Anya Reiss

Day Pass Ticket Link

Saturday 11th June

14:30 - The Shape Of The Pain by Chris Thorpe with Rachel Bagshaw

17:00 - There Are No Beginnings by Charley Miles

19:30 - The Girl In The Machine by Stef Smith

Day Pass Ticket Link

Sunday 12th June

14:30 - 39 Steps by Nobby Dimon and Simon Corble

17:00 - Every Brilliant Things by Duncan Macmillan

19:30 - How My Light Is Spent by Alan Harris

Day Pass Ticket Link

 

Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible