Something’s off with Reggie’s boyfriend. In a fit of protectiveness(?) he’s just locked him in the bathroom like Rapunzel. Miserable and betrayed, Reggie finds solace in his friends – the hairdryer, drill, radio and toilet paper – as well the life affirming classic Torrent of Rapture.

Wildly romantic, idealized and inaccurate it seems to mirror his life exactly until it becomes clear that having a movie for a therapist is not always a good idea. As his world crumbles around him, Reggie finds his inner superhero emerging
victorious from the ruins of his shattered dreams.

Told through bad ballet and puppetry, this is Brief Encounter meets Saving Private Ryan via Monty Python style cinema, film music, animation and live song. Torrents of Rapture fuses these sumptuous elements together as it explores the social, civil and
human rights themes celebrating the bravery and sacrifice
of the men and
women who have
fought for LGBT equality over the
past 150
years. The show leaves you overwhelmed, singing and shaking with …Torrents of Rapture.

Torrents of Rapture was
created by Dugald
Ferguson
 in co-production with Norwich Pride and Norwich Arts Centre. Supported by Arts Council England

Multimedia Performance, Play, Puppet Theater, Solo Show
  • Sat, June 6 | 9pmMain Stage

Performed by Dugald Ferguson, Dan Fox (film actor | Associate Direction and Dramaturgy by Klaus Kruse | Composition of Finale Song and Original Themes by Verity Standen | Orchestration, Musical Arrangement and Composition by Dan Fox | Cinematography by Tim Fox and Dugald Ferguson | Choreography and Dramaturgy by Janina Rajakangas | Vocal Coaching and Recording Direction by Ellie Showering | Sound Engineering by Tom Bullen | Studio Assistance by Future Radio | Singing by Jenny
 Minton, 
George 
Selby, 
Helen 
Yates,
Helen
 Phillips, 
Ellie Showering,
 Dugald 
Ferguson,
 John
Richards,
 Ann
 Nicholls, 
Joanna 
Swan, Kimberley 
Moore and
Josephine
 Joy | Logistics and Technical Coordination by Rachel Lloyd | Set Design by Dugald Ferguson