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How do we satisfy our longing to touch? How do we continue to make meaningful contact? How can being house-bound set us free?
Experience a one on one performance over the phone with multi-award winning artist Stacy Makishi. A transformational and sacred ritual with the most mundane household objects, in which opening the fridge door becomes a rite of passage and flushing the toilet is a radical act to heal your loss. You may be house-bound but Stacy will set you free.

"You leave feeling that you’ve been nurtured & nourished" - Total Theatre Mag on Vesper Time


a performer whose generosity… makes the audience feel uplifted and empowered” - Exeunt

The Promise is part of a series of works made by Stacy Makishi in lockdown, called Homeward (House)BoundThe Promise and Homeward (House)Bound are produced by Artsadmin.

Commissioned by The Yard Theatre.




Slots for Stacy Makishi's The Promise have now all been taken up. If you have signed up for this event, we will contact you soon. 


For those who have booked, at your allotted time, you will receive a call from a private number - please answer. 

You have to be 18+ to participate in this event.

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We'd love to hear from you and hopefully we'll make the next event even better.

full of unsettling surprises and completely alive”  Time Out

Fresh from The Yard’s physical stage, Christopher Green’s interactive ★★★★★ No Show is ready for a world in which theatre has no physical stage. He’s taken the “fascinating exploration of performance” (The Stage) he shared at The Yard in February, and created a new experience to be a part of through Zoom.

But Chris isn’t sure he believes in theatre and/or entertainment anymore. What’s the point of performance in a pandemic? Will he even be logging on?

Book in and find out. Book in to be part of an audience again. Book in to laugh together, dance together, be surprised and shocked together.

With thanks to Unity Theatre Trust. Commissioned by The Yard Theatre.

18+ | This event contains strong language.

Vogue-featured choreographer and dancer Marikiscrycrycry leads you on a training session for our current moment. Using booming sound design from Joana Pope + nineishuman and costume by Rose Eerie, welcome to a work-out for the end of the world.

Commissioned by The Yard Theatre.

This performance is best experienced on any device with or without headphones.


During the performance, you will be asked to close your blinds and turn out the light.


Please pack a rucksack containing 5 books before the performance begins.