The Last Words

by Daniel Hill in Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom

£1,340

 
Gift Aid
+ est. £175.00
£1,500 stretch target 1 day left
268% 24 supporters
Flexible funding – this project will receive all pledges made by 26th June 2022 at 2:25pm

Exeter University's Theatre With Teeth are excited to be returning to the Edinburgh Fringe with a new original play titled The Last Words.

by Daniel Hill in Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom

New stretch target

Wow! Thank you to everyone who has donated so far, we cannot send enough thanks your way! You are helping us to share an important story at one of the world's greatest arts festivals! 

As a result of the amazing support so far we have added a stretch target. Helping us reach this second target will ensure that we are able to extend our budget on certain important aspects of the project. This includes marketing, ensuring that we can reach as many people as possible, set/props and costume, allowing us to purchase items which may have been slightly out of our budget range, and ensuring that this project remains accessible to everyone. 

Thank you so much for supporting this project and we hope to share updates with you over the coming months as we journey from Exeter to Edinburgh!


The play

‘It’s not everyday the corpse gets a spot on the investigation team.’

Rebecca has been labelled the miracle girl after waking from her own murder. There’s just one problem. She can only remember the last words said to her before she died. Struggling with her loss of identity and the truth of what happened, these memories may just help piece it altogether. But memories can sometimes be twisted. Convinced her boyfriend has something to do with it, Rebecca learns some shocking secrets about her family and her own past self that challenge everything. Who should Rebecca trust and what if some things are best left forgotten?

Note: The play explores themes of mental health, including Dissociative Identity Disorder. The creatives and cast members have worked closely with a Disability Advisor and System to ensure care is taken through representation. A research pack has been made available and created for the Company, which is available on request and will be released through the production's social media.

To hear more from other members of our company check out this video here: https://youtu.be/LmqZIO7Gw3o

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Who are Theatre With Teeth?

Theatre With Teeth are the University’s of Exeter only theatre society dedicated to performing exclusively student written and developed work, ranging from new plays to devised, immersive and experimental work. Returning to both the Edinburgh Fringe and theSpace following their production of Mary’s Room in 2019, they have continued to produce work both in person and online over the past few years. Their highlights during this time include Me Myself Myself Myself Myself, Hair and Connecting, all available on their Youtube channel as well as A Rose Shaped Moon, an original musical co-produced with Shotgun Theatre.  

Find out more about us by heading to our:

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TheatreWithTeeth

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theatrewteeth/

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU7ARXhUU_U-TzK-VxgRSjA


What is your money going towards?

In order to finance this Fringe project there are a range of costs that we have and supported by ticket sales, your donations and other funding grants we are able to make it to Edinburgh! Below in a quick overview of our income and expenditure for this project. 

Expenditure

Venue Cost- £1176 

Registration- £295.20

Set and Props- £130

Costume- £75

Flyers and Marketing- £100

Tech- £50

 Total Expenditure- £1,826.20

Income

Ticket Sales (calculated at average of £6, 50% capacity)- £1080

Crowdfunder- £500
Fundraising event- £250

Total income- £1,830

Any money raised and not put towards this show will help to continue Theatre With Teeth's creative output into the future. We would like to thank the Exeter Alumni Grant who have awarded us funding in order to subside accommodation costs, not included in the above, for all members of the company ensuring that this opportunity is accessible to as many people as possible. 

Theatre With Teeth is part of the University of Exeter Students' Guild, a Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee.Registered Charity Number: 1136468 Company Number: 7217324; registered in England and Wales Registered office: Devonshire House, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4PZ.


 

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