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riter Chris Isaacs and Director Matthew Edgerton. Photo: Annie Harvey  Two men and a dog sit on concrete steps outside a red-brick building. The men appear to be in conversation; they are looking at each other and seem relaxed. The dog gazes at the camera with a sweet expression. It's mouth is open and its tongue looks very pink against its black fur. What to SEE: Bite the Hand
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What to SEE: Bite the Hand

4 October 2021

What would happen if your pet dog was given the language and intelligence of a human being? That’s the premise of new play Bite the Hand, a dark comedy that asks discomforting questions about freedom.

Reading time • 10 minutesTheatre
An image of a computer screen from the perspective of one of the perfomers in Bite the Hand Where does theatre belong?
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Where does theatre belong?

6 May 2020

Could live-streamed performance flourish as a new art-form, once Coronavirus restrictions lift? The Last Great Hunt’s live-streamed script-reading of Chris Isaac’s Bite the Hand gives David Zampatti pause for thought.

Reading time • 6 minutesTheatre

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio