HIVE is a queer, cross-generational, sci-fi play exploring family, shared memory and the meaning of home.
Uncanny adventure. A demolition site. Using lyrical language to explore lost homes, new storms and eldritch infestations. Reluctant Megacorp conservationist and single mum Ria has been called in to sort a hive. It's halting work, messing up the bottom line. Plus it’s the worst possible timing because Ria's teenage kid Salve was just suspended for unrepentant thievery. But cagey site manager Craig hints at something more... unusual. More sinister.
Presented by Mushmoss Collective
Produced by Speakerphone Productions
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Image: Hive hero image (Credit: Graphic Design Lily McStocker)
Image Description: The colourful silhouettes of two people - one slightly taller than the other - standing next to each other, facing forward with a dark purple background. The silhouettes are made from a collage of eldritch insects in different colours, reds and oranges in the centre of the figures, and blues and purples on their edges.