FRI 6th June 2014 |
8 p.m.-11 p.m.
£7 buy tickets on the door
Curated by the Trip The Light Team: a tryptic of improvisations sprouting from different artistic backgrounds and meeting in the same playground. A celebration of the techniques of improvisation. Join us and our invited artists into the unchartered worlds that improvisation creates.
Chill out party to follow, dance your lazy side!
Please be aware this one will be a shoe free event, bring your best and warm socks.
The programme will feature performances by
The LCDS improv group
The Junk Orchestra & Giles Leaman
and a set of four interventions coming from a week of solo improvisation research facilitated by Andrew Morrish starring:
and Andrew Morrish himself.
Andrew Morrish has over 25 years of experience working as a freelance performer, teacher and researcher into improvisation. In 1982 he was an original member of Al Wunder’s “Theatre of the Ordinary” in Melbourne and his own improvisation practice was fostered by 8 years in Theatre of the Ordinary and 12 years working in close collaboration with Peter Trotman. For the past 8 years he has taught and performed extensively internationally.
Seke Chimutengwende works in both improvisation and choreography, in large and small scale work and in cross artform performance as a performer, dancemaker and teacher. Seke has been performing solo improvisations since meeting Andrew Morrish in 2006.
Amaara Raheem. Female. Asian or British Asian Other. Performer. Improviser. Passionate letter writer. Amateur Singer. Raised in dry, suburban Melbourne before migrating to London, east side . Studied politics and media whilst having secret love affair with theater. Mostly, make performance, dance, write, coordinate networks, produce, programme, teach, collaborate.
Kate Hilder teaches and performs movement-based theatre improvisation, integrating physical, vocal and emotional expression. She is influenced by her training in Action Theater™ with Ruth Zaporah as well as with Andrew Morrish, Roy Hart Theatre voice teachers and her Feldenkrais practice. Kate performs solo, with EAT (a European Action Theater performance ensemble) and with Seke Chimutengwende. www.katehilder.com