Ways To Submit on tour & new trailer

Ways To Submit is touring, I’ll be updating this post with new dates as soon as they are announced.

I’ve also just released a new trailer for the show, made by the brilliant Claire Nolan. Check it out below!

Frascati Theatre, Amsterdam
Wednesday 2nd & Thursday 3rd October, 9pm
Tickets: €13/€9.50
Booking: frascatitheater.nl

New Queers on the Block, Folkestone Quarterhouse
Friday 1st November, 7.30pm
Tickets: Pay what you decide

Booking: creativefolkestone.org.uk
More info about NQOTB here.

Arnolfini, Bristol
Friday 8th November, 7.30pm
As part of the expanded programme of Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance
Tickets: £12/£10
Booking: arnolfini.org.uk

FIAC Festival: A Residency in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil

I am in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, participating in a two-week exchange residency. The project is a collaboration between Forest Fringe and FIAC Bahia Festival, who are hosting us. I am working alongside Deborah Pearson, and three Brazilian artists – Roberta Nascimento, Laís Machado & Lenine Guevara – sharing our artistic practices, ideas, concerns, questions, strategies, and needs. So far it is proving to richly stimulating and exciting, and I am very inspired to be working with these women.

There will be an open studio sharing on Friday 25th October at 10am, for members of the public to share in our exchange also: fiacbahia.com

Review: Ways To Submit, Frascati Amsterdam

Here’s a review of the recent performance of Ways To Submit at Frascati from Theaterkrant. It’s in Dutch! But google translate assures me it says some very nice things about the show, and that the reviewer would have liked to have seen the work a second time.

Read it at: theaterkrant.nl

Ways To Submit at Frascati, Amsterdam, 2nd & 3rd October

Touring of Ways To Submit kicks off at the beginning of October with two performance at Frascati in Amsterdam.

Ways To Submit
Wednesday 2nd & Thursday 3rd October 2019, 9pm
Frascati Theatre, Amsterdam
Tickets here.

More upcoming dates to be announced soon!


Ways To Submit at New Queers on the Block, Folkestone, 1st November

Excited to announce that Ways To Submit will be part of New Queers on the Block at Folkestone Quarterhouse in November! A weekender of experimental performances, conversations and video works by a line-up of local and international LGBTQ+ artists.

The New Queers on the Block weekender runs Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd November, and features work by Nando Messias, Last Yearz Interesting Negro, and Benjamin Sebastian. All events are pay what you decide.

More info and to book: creativefolkestone.org.uk

Interview in TANK Magazine

In March, just after the first showings of Ways To Submit at The Yard in London I did an interview with TANK Magazine about the show for their ‘talks’ series.

The interview is now out in print in their beautiful looking summer reader, and you can also read it online here: tankmagazine.com

Theaterszene Europa, 8th-15th June in Köln, Germany

I will be in Köln in Germany this coming week, participating in Theaterszene Europa Festival which takes place at the Studiobühne Köln. The festival runs from the 8th to the 15th June, showing the work of ten German and British artists and companies.

I will be performing two shows: Break Yourself on Friday 14th June, and Ways To Submit on Saturday 15th June.

For the full programme, and booking see here: studiobuehnekoeln.de/theaterszene-europa-2016/.

Hiding in plain sight: DAS Theatre Masters Presentations, 30th & 31st May 2019

Somewhat unbelievably, I am nearing the end of my two years on the Masters Programme at DAS Theatre! As a culmination of this intensive period of study and research, we will be sharing our final presentations with the public, as part of an event entitled Hiding in plain sight.

The presentations run from Tuesday 28th May – Sunday 2nd June, and I will be presenting my work on Thursday 30th May at 20:00 & Friday 31st May at 19:00. All presentations are free, but reservation is required.

Hiding in plain sight: DAS Theatre Masters Presentations 2019
28th May – 2nd June
DAS Graduate School
Overhoeksplein 2, Amsterdam

To book your tickets and read more about the full programme of work, go here: atd.ahk.nl/en/das-graduate-school/das-master-presentations/

Trip TO HEAL, Frascati Amsterdam, 8th & 10 May

Next week in Amsterdam, Frascati has curated a “collective, sensory and experience-based trip” for audiences. Trip TO HEAL is part of their Frascati Issues: To Heal programme, and on Wednesday 8th & Friday 10th May I’m part of the trip, performing An Invitation A Fight, a work I am developing as a side project to Ways To Submit.

Wednesday 8th-Friday 10th May, 2019
6.30pm, 9pm & 11.30pm (Friday only)
Frascati, Amsterdam
More info about the whole TRIP, and booking, here: frascatitheatre.nl.

Ways To Submit at WATCH OUT Festival, Cambridge, 25th May

Ways To Submit is going to be part of Cambridge Junction’s annual one day festival of disruptive theatre and dance. WATCH OUT Festival is on Saturday the 25th May 2019, and there is a brilliant programme – I’m very proud to be in the company of these excellent artists.

Performances start from 12pm, day tickets are only £25, and the whole line-up is here: junction.co.uk/watch-out.

Fights & Desires: A Residency in Brazil

I am currently in Recife, Brazil, working with a group of twelve local artists to run a residency project called Fights and desires: exploring performance, audiences, and form. The residency is hosted and organised by TREMA! Plataforma De Teatro, with support of British Council Brazil.

We are working together for two weeks, with a sharing of some outcomes on Saturday 6th April. We’ve been making one-to-one pieces, and thinking about urgencies, resistance, encounters, the theatre space and the city… It’s a total privilege to be getting to know and share time with the artists here!

Reviews: Ways To Submit, NOW19 Festival

A few nice write-ups of my recent run of Ways To Submit at The Yard for NOW19:

“a fantastic and constantly surprising piece of theatre that discusses power on multiple levels”
The Spy In The Stalls, full review here.

“They teach you in Physics that energy neither originates nor disappears but rather transfers and converts into different forms; so power is always present in relationships, given and taken, passed from person to person. We’re watching an experiment that proves that.”
Exeunt Magazine, full review here.