This is short notice but I've been asked to secure a venue and date for a last appearance in this lady's first East Anglian tour - thankyou to residents of the Spinney for agreeing to host her! Please come to the performance next Thursday in Ipswich - it doesn't clash with anything! It's an intimate, interactive show. Circulate to your friends!
There are other performances on Wednesday night (Norwich) and Thursday afternoon (Ilketshall St Andrew) but for details of those contact Jo Chitty www.
See you there, Gemma x
a performance and workshop by Eirlys Rhiannon
Thursday 24 June 2010 7.30pm*
The Spinney, 108 Westerfield Road, Ipswich
£5 (no-one turned away for lack of funds)
Places need to be booked in advance – firstname.lastname@example.org
* please note no admission to the show later than 8pm
Our stories affect people around us, and in turn we get affected by the stories we hear and see every day.
But there’s a new – and old – challenge looming: to realise that ‘how we live’ is also ‘how we kill’.
This challenge is phenomenally frightening.
To protect ourselves, we create safe stories: ‘the scientists are lying’, ‘the government will sort it out’, ‘this product will help’.
But the challenge remains.
We need to decide how we live – but how do we make decisions? Is this version of democracy the best we can do? Who’s in charge? Can we trust any of our solutions?
Can we learn anything from history? And does anyone have a super-hero cape in my size?
How do we tell the noose and the lifebelt apart?
Survival Tales is a series of small, intimate performance events, designed to take place in unusual venues, including living rooms, community gardens and social centres. Each event has two parts:
- a performance featuring personal stories and songs
- a short workshop about how we make our survival storiesTouring selected parts of the UK during Summer 2010. Contact us for booking details:
Produced in association with Natasha Machin and Trapese Popular Education Collective, with assistance from Artist Project Earth http://www.trapese.org/ http://www.apeuk.org/