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THE UPSETTERS

Monday 24th - Saturday 29th February

THE UPSETTERS

THE UPSETTERS present a week-long festival dedicated to celebrating artists of colour where we will hold a poetry night, debut two pieces of new writing, present a scratch night and host a series of workshops where we pay participants to attend to cover loss of earning.

Featuring a Double Bill of Unburied by Jimin Suh, directed by Adrian Tang, and Wakes by Sidney Belony, directed by Brigitte Adela.

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NATASHA BROWN: POWER x RESISTANCE

Monday 2nd - Saturday 7th March

NATASHA BROWN: POWER x RESISTANCE
POWER x RESISTANCE is all about exploring power within theatre, society and ourselves.

Check out this amazing week of events including a solo show by Natasha Brown called I AM [NOT] KANYE WEST.  
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SABRINA MAHFOUZ: LILITH & KARAOKAY

Tuesday 10th - Saturday 14th March 2020

SABRINA MAHFOUZ: LILITH & KARAOKAY
Womxn the world over still fight for autonomy over their bodies in all ways. With performances of Lilith by Jennie Buckman and KaraOkay by Sabrina Mahfouz, throughout this week abortion, miscarriage, surrogacy, still-birth and infertility will be spoken about, sung out loud and above all, any shame will be taken over with a celebration of womxn’s bodies and voices from the ancient myths to the legends of the future.
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MORGAN & ABI'S POWER SHARE

Monday 16th - Saturday 21st March 2020

MORGAN AND ABI'S POWER SHARE
What would you do with a little taste of power? Would you share it, the way we always say we’ll do? Or would you keep it for yourself?

In an industry that often feels inaccessible, where opportunities are out-of-reach for so many, we want to examine the reality of carrying out an altruistic idea.
 

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WHERE DO WE GO NEXT?

Tuesday 24th - Saturday 28th March

CAITRIONA SHOOBRIDGE: WHERE DO WE GO NEXT?
An immersive film and sound installation featuring six new short plays from underrepresented writers, interrogating the importance of diverse, political theatre in an increasingly hostile environment.
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