created by Samuel Masters
AUGUST 1 - 16, (excl. 3, 10), 2014
1.00PM (55 MINS), theSPACE on the MILE, THEATRE 2, £7/£5 (CONC.)
After the sell-out success of The Librarians at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Minotaur Theatre Company returns with a brand new comedy The Psychosocial Gathering.
Dan wakes up in an apartment, on a sofa, in his mind. His new subconscious flatmates take it upon themselves to assess the situation, figure out what happened and save the day. They do so by throwing an impromptu party, and everyone’s invited. Frantic and farcical, The Psychosocial Gathering explores what to do when the only thing getting in your way is You.
Trailer Filmed and Edited by Samuel Masters
For a one-night run at The Garage Theatre, Norwich:
Amy - Josie Dale-Jones
Dan - Tom Mason
Ego - Milly Rolle
Super Ego - Sam King
Id - Jake Head
Mnemosyne - Greta Mitchell
Amy - Ciara Morris
Hero - Jules Chant-Tuft
Devil - Jack Sears
Narrator - Matt Preece
Wisdom - Lucas Burt
Libido - Susie Martin
Director: Martha Geelan
Artwork Design: Samuel Masters
Producer: Edward Dyer
Stage Manager: Lucy Adams
Costume Design: Ciara Morris
OUR EDINBURGH VENUE 2014
"Clever, witty and engaging... this play simply ticks every box."
- Ellie Taylor, Edfringe Review
"...a good deal of silliness, comic timing, and brilliant characterisation ... a very enjoyable watch."
- David Harris, Edfringe Review
"The crowd seemed to be lapping it up, frequently in raucous laughter."
- Steven Vickers, Mumble Theatre
"It is most interesting to watch if you are someone who ever feels somewhat detached from their inner musings or who has ever contemplated the sheer scale of information being processed by a person's head at any one time. I would definitely recommend it."
Charlotte Orr, Audience Member
Did you see The Psychosocial Gathering?
The Psychosocial Gathering
The World's a Stage
We were given the chance to perform on one of the Virgin Stages along the mile - for that extra chance to showcase our show!
Whose Line is it Anyway?
Edinburgh costs a lot! We're fundraising to give us enough money to pay for our venue amongst other things. Thanks again to UEA Comedy Soc (Headlights) for taking part!
Always Baking Cakes
Another way we tried to raise money is by weekly bake sales in the Students' Union. Yum.
Every show needs a trailer to help audiences see what the show will be like before they watch it. Well, here's a picture of us during filming.
Our first thoughts
It's begun: the very first rehearsal. There's lots to do, and lots to learn, before we can begin even looking at the script. It's going to be a challenging few weeks!
Cast and Crew
A huge thank you goes to not only everyone involved in the project, but everyone who helped and inspired us along the way!
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Psychosocial Revival Photos: