Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Interchangeable Bodies an Uncommons #2 at Theatre in the Mill 8th & 10th December

Upcoming events at Theatre in the Mill include Interchangeable Bodies, Uncommon #2 Party and a call out for in situ performance acts, workshops and creative interventions to animate animals for Bradford Festival 2017, deadline 9 January:

Don't miss our final performance of 2016 at Theatre in the Mill + UnCommons #2 - Art, music, wearable technology party

Interchangeable Bodies

Louisa Claughton

Saturday 10th December, 7.30pm
Tickets: £4  Call 01274 233200 or email theatre@bradford.ac.uk

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(Tickets at the discounted rate will be available to buy online until 4pm on the day of the performance.)
You’re invited to come and play for a while, to retrace our steps and try to work out how we got here. Is it as simple as pink and blue? And if it isn’t then where did that come from? This piece isn’t about finding the answers. It’s about exploring what we personally think the answers could be. Exploration with curiosity, openness and playfulness.
Interchangeable Bodies is about figuring out what gender means to us, where these perceptions come from and how they shape us.  A huge amount of what we do and experience uses male and female, masculine and feminine, as a starting point. In this performance myself and the audience will explore what these terms mean to different people and how we as individuals relate to them (or don't).
Louisa Claughton makes honest and personal  work which puts the audience at the centre of the performance. Her work often incorporates elements of stand up, spoken word, visual and live art.   

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UnCommons #2 - Art, Music, Wearable Technology Party

Thursday 8th December, Delius Arts and Cultural Centre, 29 Great Horton Rd, Bradford, BD7 1AA. 8pm - 11pm. £5 / Pay-as-you-feel.  Buy online
After party for National Media Museums Lates exploring wearable technology in a German Church …
Experience an immersive Virtual Reality audio-visual exploration of the Delius Centre for smartphones from Annabeth Robinson and Marlo De Lara. With 360 light drawings and compositional fragments located around the Delius space at a number of 'hotspots'.
Dead Air Party silent gig featuring Chrononautz, Algobabez and Bradford Scratch Orchestra.

Plus vibrant, vegan Indian food with a seasonal twist from Sonia Sandhu spun and selected tunes from Dipak in the Delius in-house bar.

More information
Bradford Council would like to commission in situ performance acts, workshops and creative interventions to animate Bradford Festival 2017.
Deadline: Mon 9th January

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