Good Girls and Where It Gets Them

I’m presenting a first work-in-progress of a new show about language and sex, as part of Camden People’s Theatre’s upcoming festival of sex, Hotbed.

Good Girls and Where It Gets Them will explore sexual dominance and submission through the art of conversation. The beginnings of a show about how language is at play in sex, about how power is transferred when we talk and fuck, about how language might make us submissive or how language might dominate, and about trying to know what you want.

Hotbed Big Bang #2
Monday 1st May, 7.15pm 
Booking: cptheatre.co.uk/production/hotbed-big-bang-2/

Full festival line up ici: cptheatre.co.uk.


A new piece for Beta Public VI

This week I’m making a LET’S PLAY for Beta Public VI, London’s only curated night of videogames and performance. I’ll be showing a brand new short performance made in response to playing a video game. Which I confess I haven’t done for a very long time..

Beta Public is on for three nights, 8th-10th November at Camden People’s Theatre, and I’m part of the Thursday night edition. Full info and tickets here: cptheatre.co.uk.


An Onset at Wellcome Collection Friday Late

I am presenting a new short piece An Onset at the Wellcome Collection this Friday 1st July for their Friday Late Spectacular: In Pursuit of Pain. An Onset is a companion piece to Be Gentle With Me.

The event is free and starts at 7pm, with a drop-in programme throughout the building. I will be performing throughout the evening from 7.15-10.45pm with showings beginning every 30 minutes.

More info at wellcomecollection.org/pain.


Break Yourself on tour & trailer

Break Yourself is touring this Spring (& Autumn)! Dates below. Tickets for some gigs are not yet on sale online, but check back here for updated booking details when they go live.

And here’s a brand new trailer to whet your appetite!


Live Art Bistro, Leeds
Thursday 5th May, 7.30pm (show starts at 8pm)
Tickets: £10/£6
Booking: www.liveartleeds.com

The Marlborough, Brighton Fringe
Thursday 12th, 7pm & Friday 13th – Saturday 14th May, 7.30pm
Tickets: £9.50/£7.50
Booking: www.marlboroughtheatre.org.uk

The Bike Shed, Exeter
Friday 3rd & Saturday 4th June, 9pm
Tickets: £12/£10
Booking: www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk

The Yard, Now ’16
Tuesday 7th – Saturday 11th June, 9pm
Tickets: £12 (in a double bill with The Deaf & Hearing Ensemble’s People of the Eye)
Booking: www.yardtheatre.co.uk
These performances will be BSL interpreted.

Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate
Saturday 18th June, 7.30pm
Tickets: £10/8
www.tomthumbtheatre.co.uk

Double Thrills: BUZZCUT at the CCA
Wednesday 22nd June, 7pm
Tickets: £8/6
Booking: www.cca-glasgow.com

Off Beat Festival, Oxford
Saturday 25th June, 5pm
Tickets: £10/8
Booking: www.offbeatoxford.co.uk

The House @ Plymouth University
Wednesday 23rd November, 7.30pm
Tickets: £10/7
Booking: www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/break-yourself


Be Gentle With Me Premiere

Very happy to say that Be Gentle With Me will premiere at Cambridge Junction’s WATCH OUT Festival on Saturday 28th May 2016.

You can book your festival pass now (for a bargainous £15!), and see here for a taster of all the amazing work that is part of it: www.junction.co.uk/watch-out. Full programme and timings will be announced on the 15th March.

For more about Be Gentle With Me, go here.