Original Text by Chin-O Yu
Adaptation by Yangson Project
Produced by Farnham Maltings
Oksun is a young girl working in a Japanese factory during the Korean industrial boom of the 1930s. Silently she endures the back breaking work and oppressive conditions. One day she is ordered by the foreman to spy on her friend, who they suspect of rallying the workers. What she hears and events that follow make Oksun decide the time has come to find her voice.
Combining spoken word, movement and sound, an ensemble cast of four performers bring Oksun’s story to life. A unique opportunity to see this exciting company’s first UK performance.
Yangson Project is a collaboration between actors Sang-kyu Son, Jo-ah Yang and Jong-ook Yang and director Ji-hye Park.
Through the staging of novels and short stories, Yangson Project studies new theatrical languages, including narrative acting. The company has toured China, Japan and France and performed at various theatres in Korea, including Doosan Art Center, Namsan Drama Center, and the National Theater of Korea.
As part of the ACE ARKO Cultural Exchange Programme Farnham Maltings are producing a UK tour of Factory Girls by Korean performance company Yangson Project.
Tour dates 2017
|Thu||28-Sep-17||7.30pm||Farnham, The Maltings||01252 745444||Book now|
|Wed||04-Oct-17||7.45pm||Peterborough, The Key Theatre||01733 207239||Book now|
|Fri||06-Oct-17||8pm||Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal||023 9264 9000||Book now|
|Sat||07-Oct-17||8pm||Poole, Lighthouse||01202 280 000||Book now|
|Tue||10-Oct-17||8pm||Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre||024 7652 4524||Book now|
|Wed||11-Oct-17||8pm||Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre||024 7652 4524||Book now|
|Fri||13-Oct-17||8pm||London, Jackson’s Lane||020 8340 5226||Book now|