- The Cabinet of Curiosity at Hundred Years Gallery, 2018
- In My Room at Fringe Arts Bath, June, 2018.
- Returning to That Night-time Phenomenon at Seven Arts, Leeds, December 2017.
- Christmas Cabaret at Seven Arts: That Night-time Phenomenon, December 2016.
- Features of Fool: Manchester Victoria Baths, April 2016.
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Under one week to devise and rehearse a twenty minute solo show for this Saturday. http://hundredyearsgallery.co.uk/hyg-nights-7/ The other performances sound very intriguing – should be an interesting night! All done and enjoyed. Here we go video clips and images: London … Continue reading
What a lovely time… This was a pop-up performance in a very fine, fine art exhibition at Fringe Arts Bath. There was a small audience for both nights in this second floor exhibition room but the response form those that … Continue reading
I had one very clear understanding about That Night-time Phenomenon, performed in December 2017 at Seven Arts, Leeds (I love that place). This very clear understanding was instant and realised during the performance – that (sometimes) reflection that occurs while … Continue reading
Venus is ensconced in her planet, she feeds on, keeps moving through, the energy dependent on the proxemics between herself and the planet Jupiter. For me, the person playing Venus, I feed on the energy between myself and the audience. … Continue reading
How could I not apply to perform at Manchester’s Victoria Baths for an evening in which all proposals were to look at the concept of The Fool. The evening proved it was an interesting topic to explore, the performances were … Continue reading
Leeds Art Gallery Improvisation This was an incredible opportunity and I am proud of my bravery. I think this is probably the solo performance I am most proud of – I thought it went very well. I improvised (to a … 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
The performance A Hunch is a ‘’hunch back story for a tiny mouse’’. The shifting approaches of presenting autobiographical thoughts are connected only by the words ‘hunch’ ‘story’ ‘back’ and ‘mouse’ with a consistent drive throughout the piece for struggle … Continue reading
Watch a clip: Improvising with DaDa ideas at Free For Arts 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 … Continue reading