We’ve decided to put some of our previous show recordings online to fill a few hours for people and hopefully go some way towards filling the void of cancelled shows and events in the next few weeks. We’ll be releasing them every two weeks so please keep an eye on @imitatingthedog on Twitter and Instagram for information.
Just click on the shows below to start watching…and if you have 2 minutes we’d love to hear from you on our audience questionnaire.
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We’re offering this video to watch for free but now, more than ever, we’re looking to fund the development of new pieces and keep our freelance artists making work. If you are able to then please consider donating what you can via the Paypal button below. All income raised this way will go to freelance artists to make work:
SITED WORK: HouseDown was a sited show made in collaboration with Hip Hop artist Testament which used drawings of home made by children from around the world.
THEATRE SHOW: 6 Degrees Below the Horizon is a macabre and playful tale involving sailors, pimps, barflies, chorus girls and nightclub singers.
SITED WORK: Part video game, part Where the Wild Things Are, Trespass was an outdoor video mapping and sound piece by imitating the dog with composer James Hamilton.
THEATRE SHOW: Taking as its starting point the final moments of the Second World War in Berlin, The Zero Hour follows the stories of three couples living through three very different versions of the same historical events.
SITED WORK: Yorkshire Electric is a journey from the dales to the coast through the unforgettable footage of the Yorkshire Film Archive.
THEATRE SHOW: imitating the dog turn their attention to Joseph Conrad’s extraordinarily influential novel, Heart of Darkness.
SITED WORK: Created as part of the Made in Hull opening celebrations for Hull City of Culture 2017, Arrivals and Departures put a poetic spin on the history of arrivals in and departures from the city.
THEATRE SHOW: 50 years after the release of George A.Romero’s politically charged zombie movie, imitating the dog and Leeds Playhouse create a love-song to the original 1960s film, retelling it as a searing story for now.