Author Archives: admin
Hello folks, so I had one very clear understanding when reflecting on the above performance at Seven Arts, Leeds (I love that place). And actually, this clear understanding was instant and realised during the performance – so actually very immediate … Continue reading
I don’t just enjoy performance, I love painting too. Please check out the above pages Carrieanne Painter of the Abstract and Carrieanne Portrait Painter – I do commissions.
Venus is ensconced in her planet, she feeds on the proxemics between herself and Jupiter, and I feed on the energy between myself and the audience. Wonderful evening. This performance was based on a scientific interpretation of the Star of … Continue reading
Features of Fool. A ten minute performance of ideas and quotes from the reference book Fools Are Everywhere by Beatrice K.Otto, performed at the Victoria Baths in Manchester.
This was an incredible opportunity and I am proud of my bravery. I improvised (to a gallery audience) my way out of a script written from research (and conversation) about stereotyping in gender, and it was wonderful to play with … Continue reading
On Saturday the 10th of January (2015) was a showing of the first showing of The Dancing Plague by The Ashes Dance Collective. It was platformed at Resolution in The Place theatre venue in London. This piece (as the title … Continue reading
As previously mentioned, there must be a reason why improvisation has always been included in my work. It is certainly not a laziness for performance preparation – improvisation takes just as much preparation. I think this can be explained (if … Continue reading
A hunch. Do you have a hunch? Do you follow it? (script to come soon – as soon as I find it in my archives – messy me). Really enjoyed this performance, particularly the revisiting of a scripted work, to … Continue reading
The first presentation of Cafe Repartee was at Unity Day on Woodhouse Moor in Leeds, Unity has been good to me, I have now performed two solo’s and a collaboration at this days festival. All of these were a first … Continue reading