Archive listings for Evidence for the Existence of BorrowersWork type: One person show
T79148164 (TOUR04/06)Performer Kazuko Hohki.
|2 Nov 06 to 5 Nov 06||Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949|
listing details L01419894775
|3 Oct 06 to 13 Oct 06||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L982333003
|1 Oct 04 to 21 Oct 04||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L0881211386
|29 Apr 04 to 1 May 04||Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) Theatre, Birmingham :: V146|
listing details L2074272623
Scratch - T216892470BAC Associate Artist Kazuko Hohki returns with the next stage of her exploration of the small but perfect world of Borrowers. Kazuko, a Japanese chemist and inventor of Zenpill "the Japanese Prozac" stands accused of stealing products from her lab. She, however, insists they were taken by Borrowers. To prove her innocence, she sets up the website www.borrowersunited.com, and meets Bob, a self-proclaimed Borrower. Their emails lead her into the Borrowers' realm, where she can dream and believe in a miniature utopia. After the success of her solo trilogy (Toothless, The Shining Princess, My Husband Is a Spaceman), Kazuko now ventures into a world inspired by her childhood obsession with the little people.Performer Kazuko Hohki.
|9 Dec 03 to 11 Dec 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01222466775
Octoberfest 2003 - T0462726982We play a cough sweet tin, in a salad bowl spoon and other carefully re-created borrower instrumentation, in a mix of Borrower rhythms and melodies. It should be surprising and affectionate and will be performed in an unexpected place.Performer Kazuko Hohki.
|21 Oct 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L387350589
Scratch - T442715074Is that a mouse? Is that a rat? No, it's a Borrower! Small and timid Keiko, ex Zenpil (Japanese Prozac) maker, is on a journey towards discovering the existence of her life long obsession - the Borrowers. She comes to the UK (turning over all likely looking floorboards in every B&B that she stays in) and through a sea of enquiries about mortgages, Keiko finds the love of her life in Bob...the Borrower.Performer Kazuko Hohki.
|4 Oct 02 to 6 Oct 02||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L0111940507