Tune in at 11.55 to hear Greg Wohead and performer Amelia Stubberfield talking about Call it a Day on BBC Radio London.
Have a listen!
Find out more on Cath's website
Image by the amazing Holly Revell
“If you’re lost, you can look and you will find me
Time after time”
Two couples; one liberal, one conservative. One progressive, one traditional. One faithless, one faithful.
Ten years ago, on a freezing snowy day in the USA, Greg Wohead and his then partner spent an afternoon with an Amish couple. Call it a Day is about that unlikely encounter. What unfolds on stage is a strange, surreal, part-improvised reliving of that meeting again and again and again and again.
Featuring an unpicking of Cyndi Lauper’s 1983 hit Time After Timeand interruptions from 1985 Amish-themed thriller Witness (starring Harrison Ford), Call It A Day is a kaleidoscopic examination of the impossibility of truly understanding one another.
South Street Arts, Reading
29 January - 2 February
The House, Plymouth
It's all sold out now but if you're coming to The Space In-Between as part of Unlimited Festival on Thursday 6th September, make sure you don't miss an extract of Catherine Hoffmann's Cyst-er Act at 3.30pm!
Dan Watson will be showing a fast-paced 10-minute experiment of VENUS as part of Touch Wood #1 at The Place on Tuesday 4th September - get your tickets here.
Also on the bill are Frauqe Requardt + Daniel Oliver, Joel O'Donoghue and The Hiccup Project.
Dan and I also did a photoshoot a few weeks ago with the amazing Holly Revell so we'll have some photos to share really soon!
This Saturday I'll be running a fundraising workshop in Milton Keynes as part of Tracing the Pathway's Groundwork MK season - it's free so if you're around do pop along!
Fundraising 101 For Artists
Milton Keynes Arts Centre
Groundwork producer Laura Sweeney will offer insight into funding streams available to artists, specifically introducing Arts Council England's new funding streams: National Lottery Arts Council Project Grants and Developing Your Creative Practice, providing advice on how to apply to these grants and what funders are looking for when reviewing applications. From her perspective as a producer, Laura will also share information on how to financially support and resource a project, looking at alternative forms of support via social media and crowdfunding.
Lots going on in June this year. Hope you can make it along to support some of this work!
Looking for the ACE under £15k application template?