BINGE, a new performance installation curated by Brian Lobel, creates the space to slow down, disconnect from the noise of everyday life, reconnect with the comfort of a duvet and a listening ear. BINGE is a collection of one-to-one and intimate drop-in performances based around your favourite box sets, and exists somewhere between radical self-care and playful self-indulgence. Warmly nostalgic, BINGE collapses the distinction between the high-brow, the low-brow, and the freshly-plucked brow.
BINGE is free, drop-in and open to all.
Saturday 19th October 12pm-6pm
Sunday 20th October 12pm-6pm
Fierce HQ @ Albert House
Visit the Fierce website for more info.
Live, direct and set to smash, rather than just break the mould, We Dig sees Emma and guests taking complete control as they dig deep into the historic Ovalhouse building. We Dig focuses on trans artists, communicating elements of their global situation, particularly targeting the needs of women and girls. A collaborative devised process with other trans artists, including Travis Alabanza (whose recent 5 star show Burgerz sold out across its London and Edinburgh run), One From the Vaults host Morgan M Page and Indonesian celebrity and performance artist Tamarra.
We Dig will be performed by a changing company of trans femmes, with a surprise guest performer each night.
Running from Saturday 5th - Saturday 19th October, 7.30pm, with BSL interpreted performances on Thursday 10th and 17th.
For more information and to book tickets visit here.
I'm thrilled to have been selected to be part of British Council GENERATE programme, developing a new network of Producers, Curators and Artistic Directors between the UK and USA.
Together we'll be visiting Fierce, Birmingham in October and Fusebox, Austin, TX, in April 2020.
There's more information about the other selected participants here.
Dan Watson's new show VENUS will be premiering at The Place on Saturday 21st September at 7.30pm.
You can book tickets here.
La JohnJoseph's A Generous Lover will be on a UK tour this September. A Generous Lover is a solo theatre piece about caring for someone who has been sectioned in a mental health ward. It's an autobiographical story, drawing on classic myth and classic Hollywood, that was a critically acclaimed at Edinburgh Fringe 2018.
The tour dates are:
The Marlborough, Brighton
Thursday 5 & Friday 6 September
Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester
Thursday 12 September, 7.00pm
Camden People’s Theatre, London
Thursday 19 – Saturday 21 September, 9pm
Tuesday 24 & Wednesday 25 September, 7pm
The Byre Theatre, St Andrews
Saturday 28 September, 7.30pm
The tour coincides with the launch of La JohnJoseph's new book A Generous Lover and Boy in A Dress, a double volume of plays published by Oberon.
Join us on Tuesday 3 September, 7.00pm at Burley Fisher Books, Haggerston, for a glass of wine to celebrate the launch. The event will feature a conversation between La JJ and writer Ben Walters, as well as a short reading from the plays. The event is free but there is limited capacity so please book your ticket here: https://www.outsavvy.com/event/3288/book-launch-la-johnjoseph-a-generous-lover-and-boy-in-a-dress-tickets
Really excited to be heading up to Edinburgh Fringe with Rachael Young as part of her producing team this year! She'll be taking up NIGHTCLUBBING and OUT, performed with Marikiscrycrycry, so if you're up there, come see the shows!
Really pleased to now be producing Malik Nashad Sharpe, aka Marikiscrycrycry!
First we'll be working on new commission He's Dead, part of the New Queers on the Block Programme. More to come soon...
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