Archive listings for Apples and SnakesWork type: Poetry
Articulate: Public Address 2 - T0204300390fter the whirlwind that was Public Address, we once again bring you the best emerging spoken word talent from across the UK. Five talented, eclectic, exciting poets from the five Apples regions join together with one mission - to delight your ears with their words. Headlining in the North East is Middlesbrough's own Chris Stewart, whose darkly anarchic brand of poetry is anything but playing dumb - expect twisted characters, subverted hyperbole and all manner of mind games. From the South West, poet and MC Jack Dean bringing us ?savage urban poetry'; London's Selina Nwulu is a member of London and Chicago-based collective Malika's Kitchen; from the South East the box-fresh teenager Tommy Sissons; and Lorna Meehan represents the West Midlands, with her trademark merging of poetry and contemporary theatre.
|9 Oct 13||ARC, Stockton-on-Tees :: V01950064742|
listing details L01366618467
The Word's Stage - T062306603Four poets unveil four new masterpieces. Top performance-poets Apples and Snakes have kidnapped some of their favourite wordsmiths, and sent them to poetry boot-camp to pummel their writing into shape.
|15 Nov 11||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0449684828
T01395168004 (31MAY11)Another stellar line-up featuring some of the biggest names from today’s spoken-word scene. Expect a package of well-weighed verbal verve and cerebral stand-up hip-hop, brought to you by the people who’ve been kicking over the lectern since 1982. Metaphorically, of course.
|31 May 11||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0498695993
T0451156971 (RICHMIX11)If you’ve got poetry in your bones, then take our advice and rattle along to Rich Mix, every third Wednesday. Yes, Jawdance is the show where you find poets on stage and poets on film; poets in the audience and poets propping up the bar; guest poets, putting-it-to-the-test poets, stars of the silver screen and stars of the silver spoon. And all for zero money (you can spend it at the bar instead). And there’s always room for more poets, so why not grab one of our open-mic slots and show us what you’ve got. Whether serious or ‘humerus’, we welcome all comers. And if you’ve made a poetry-film that you’d like us to screen, drop us a line.Performer Will Stopha. Performer Vanessa Kisuule. Performer Lara A King. Performer Chuquai Bill. Performer Pete the Temp (host).
|16 Mar 11||Rich Mix, Outer London :: V0478944234|
listing details L0753077020
Polarbear - T01825070536Polarbear is one of the genuine phenomena of the spoken word scene. In a few short years, he’s skyrocketed from humble West Midlands lad to international lyrical, cinematically-minded storyteller. Also featuring Indigo Williams, Professor Elemental and - as recently featured on Woman’s Hour - feisty verse-valkyrie Mia Jerome.
|6 Mar 11||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L01605194637
Blake Morrison - T01465106327Blake Morrison is one of the UK’s most respected poets and writers. On 9th February he'll be delving into his impressive back-catalogue from And When Did You Last See Your Father? and Things My Mother Never Told Me to The Ballad of the Yorkshire Ripper. The night also includes sets from Irish poet Aoife Mannix, and songs from Philip Jeays.
|9 Feb 11||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0191255800
Jawdance - T086667684Apples & Snakes presents JAWDANCE! Let’s get this straight - there’s no actual dancing at Jawdance. It’s a metaphor - it’s PERFORMANCE POETRY, people! Jawdance is a crunchy, chewy, poetry concoction: fresh poets, seasoned poets and poetry film-shorts. Every third Wednesday in our bar, come and savour your free sample of spoken word. Get there early to grab a sought-after OPEN-MIC slot! Because, deep down, we’re all poets, aren’t we? Or just come along and enjoy, pull up a chair and kick back, for your free fix of culture. It’s the place where mouths mambo, and lips do the Lambeth Walk. Iiiiit’s JAWDANCE!
|19 Jan 11||Rich Mix, Outer London :: V0478944234|
listing details L1307337639
451 - T01785828171
|13 Dec 10||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L1026466820
451 - T02144508451 is a Apples & Snakes' bi-monthly showcase of some of the most dynamic and talented performance poets from around the UK. Expect articulate artistry, expressive eloquence and verbal thrills’n’spills. Featuring Poeticat - a four-piece groundbreaking ‘folk n word’ combo fronted by Catherine Martindale; Steve Tasane - tongue-twisting, mind boggling, alternative performance poetry legend, and introducing Con Connell - eclectic, accessible and punningly comic poetry.
|23 Aug 10||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L01020740160
Jawdance - T01411225063Every third Wednesday, the Rich Mix bar pulsates with poems, vibrates with verbs, and spills over with spoken word. And we’re inviting you to sprawl out on the sofas and help us soak it up.Yes - it’s freewheeling, it’s free, it’s JAWDANCE!
|19 May 10 to 18 Aug 10||Rich Mix, Outer London :: V0478944234|
listing details L01885292168
T01529789201 (NUFFIELD10)A new performance poetry night from the UK’s leading performance poetry organisation Apples and Snakes, who have a residency at The Nuffield, featuring established artists and an open mic session.
|22 Feb 10 to 28 Jun 10||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L02030294170
T0455510979 (28JUN10)Stand-up poet, armchair revolutionary and recumbent rocker, Elvis McGonagall is the 2006 World Slam Champion, the compere of the notorious Blue Suede Sporran Club and is one of the poets in residence on BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Live. His first one man show, One Man and his Doggeral, received a Guardian four star review at Edinburgh Festival 2009. Andreattah 'Drea' Chuma is one of the more established faces in Botswana's young spoken word poetry scene. She has toured the UK with the Four Continents Poetry Slam and is back for her second invitation to perform at Glastonbury Festival where last year she was given a standing ovation. With Southampton-based fast-paced, rhythmic, rhyming satirical poet ANTHONY FAIRWEATHER.Performer Elvis McGonagall. Performer Andreattah Chuma. Performer Anthony Fairweather. Performer Steve Purcell (host).
|28 Jun 10||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L0350697812
T01720257760 (26MAY10)A phenomenon on the live lit scene for nearly there decades, Joolz Denby comes to Soho, accompanied on acoustic guitar by Mik Davis of New York Alcoholic Anxiety Attack. R&P (that’s rock & poetry) has never sounded so good.Performer Joolz Denby. Performer Mik Davis.
|26 May 10||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L01536001541
T1004015673 (NUFFIELD10)This month we’ll be hearing from Deanna Rodger, a young poet with a feisty attitude and a tale or two to tell, Sophia Blackwell an established performer who’ll be weaving some naughty but nice poetry magic and Polarbear , unrivalled in the spoken-word stakes as an astonishing hip-hop storyteller relating entertaining and moving tales about contemporary city living. It’s another night of modern culture not to be missed.Performer Deanna Rodger. Performer Sophie Backwell. Performer Polarbear.
|26 Apr 10||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L01552552936
T1978305217 (31MAR10)Brit-born Bajan Dorothea Smartt - Brixton Market’s first ever resident poet and now in demand internationally - heads a line-up of similarly feisty, incisive poets.Performer Dorothea Smartt.
|31 Mar 10||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L01796723264
The Word's a Stage - T01701661432Director Mike Kirchner has had them polishing their acts until they can see their faces in them. And unlike some silly TV reality show, nobody got voted off. How could they, when they're all equally good?Performer Simon Mole. Performer Esther Poyer. Performer Fay Roberts. Performer Jahnell.
|12 Mar 10||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L01712317309
T01244108350 (24FEB10)Ian McMillan,‘the John Peel of poetry’, presents Talking Myself Home - the story, in poems, of how he got to be where he is today (Barnsley FC’s poet-in-residence, and presenting The Verb on Radio 3). Plus support.Performer Ian McMillan.
|24 Feb 10||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L01489091995
Spin - T0941428922whirling, twirling, twisting tales - reeling rhythm, giddy rhymes - playful poems pirouette - listen as we spin some sounds. Join Apples & Snakes word-wizards as they cook up wonderful ways to play with words, showing just what you can do with them. Top-class rappers, poets and storytellers each with their own distinct style will send you spiraling into a poetry revolution! Engaging and interactive... revealing everything that poetry is and can be.
|13 Feb 10||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L0882297735
T0373503201 (27JAN10)Zena Edwards - a poet who swoops effortlessly into the realms of character monologue and pitch-perfect song - is tonight’s headliner in our ongoing series of shows from spoken-word pioneers Apples & Snakes.Performer Zena Edwards.
|27 Jan 10||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0535528503
T1104560693 (24JUN09)Iain Sinclair ventures into W1. With a brace of big-selling books behind him - including London Orbital and Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire - he is the arch-sniffer-out of the sense of place. This evening he reads a selection of his poetry and prose.Performer Iain Sinclair.
|24 Jun 09||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
listing details L0709574780
Iain Sinclair - T01874279Iain Sinclair, the poet laureate of London’s peripheries, takes time out from pacing the streets to read a cross-section of his work. Join the author of Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire and a cast of supporting poets.
|24 Jun 09||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0754190344
The Word's a Stage - T1795261088We've taken half a dozen hot new spoken word artists - the next big things by the time you read this - and sent them to poetry boot camp with top theatre director Yael Shavit. She's had them polishing up their acts, wrestling with their rhymes and making sure they don't lose that plot. And unlike a silly reality TV show, nobody got voted off. How could they, when they're all equally good? Come see.
|12 Jun 09||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L05998725
T01926795973 (27MAY09)Fred D’Aguiar erupted onto the UK poetry scene nearly twenty-five years ago. Now based in Virginia, busy adding prose and drama to his portfolio, he touches down tonight for a hometown reading.Performer Fred D'Aguiar.
|27 May 09||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L1005490274
Holding Our Ground - T2041063624Poetry and place. In an age when we can sit and stare at a screen and be anywhere - or not care where we are so long as our sat-nav's working - it's getting more and more important to know our place. Poet Jay Bernard's halfway through a residency on a London allottment, pondering place, space and literally getting to know her onions. Tonight, in a freewheeling nigth of words and music, she'll be unveiling her new work. Roots supplied by our very own special guest, the singer-songwriter Foy Vance.Performer Jay Bernard.
|15 May 09||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L01870563517
The Last Taboo - T01082518809A night of provocative poetry, dramatic dance and syncopated sound as Chanje delves into the most dangerous, hot and explosive voices of today. A journey that includes the theme of adultery, the desire of violence and the vocal and physical exploration of forbidden thoughts. Chanje Kunda is a poet, writer and emcee, who has worked with some of the most influential modern poets including Benjamin Zephaniah, Linton Kwesi Johnson and Lemn Sissay. She has performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London, The Rise London Unite Festival and represented the UK at the Calabash Festival in Jamaica. The performance is accompanied by an exhibition in the William Hare bar by Miselo Kunda.
|27 Apr 09||Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480|
listing details L2104763454
T910352341 (23MAR09)Performer Bernardine Evaristo.
|25 Mar 09||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L1464006564
Escape - T267034223Join Bob Beagrie and Andy Willoughby, Teesside’s own performance poets, as they present work developed during a day long master class with local performers. Audiences are invited to give feedback following the sharing.
|21 Mar 09||ARC, Stockton-on-Tees :: V01950064742|
listing details L0344958234
T304348358 (25FEB09)Ty - Mercury-nominated mainstay of the UK hip-hop scene - returns to his roots, for one night only, with a spoken-word gig. Just the man, his voice, and perhaps a few backing beats. With up-and-coming poetic support.
|25 Feb 09||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L1778935801
Open Mic - T01617379479These open mic nights - courtesy of England's no1 performance poetry organisation - are where newcomers meet the seasoned performers on equal terms. It's simple: a roomful of poets, performers and people who just want to hear poetry. Arrive early and claim your all-important slot in the spotlight.
|19 Feb 09||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L0718371320
Incubate - T091948756A range of performers share their work ‘in development’ following a day’s master class with Catherine Alexander, Associate Director for Complicite. Audiences are invited to give feedback following the sharing.
|31 Jan 09||ARC, Stockton-on-Tees :: V01950064742|
listing details L0125924425
T0576316249 (SOHO09)Valerie Bloom, poetry’s patois queen and one of the key voices in British Caribbean writing, takes us on a verbal voyage through her extensive back-catalogue. Also featuring some of Apples & Snakes’ hottest newcomers.Performer Valerie Bloom.
|28 Jan 09||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0876991234
PUSH - T0586000680Calling all emerging poets, performers, playwrights. Do you want to take your work to the next level? Do you want advice from the best performers on the scene? Push showcases the best spoken word performers from across the UK and offers you the chance to ask them questions about your work.
|12 Dec 08||Contact Theatre, Manchester :: V483|
listing details L0908806253
It's My Life Innit - T2122410355So says poet Zena Edwards, and who are we to argue? Tonight she lets her hair down with a crew of famous faces and future stars, featuring jazz-rap hero Soweto Kinch, and east London's favourite poet Adisa, alongside fast-lane verbal talent Leeto Thale. Expect a flow of freestyle, acappella and lyrics, all backed up with a tighter than tight band and a shed load of postive attitude. All together now: "Whose life is it?"Performer Zena Edwards. Performer Soweto Kinch. Performer Adisa. Performer Leeto Thale.
|7 Nov 08||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L791517306
Speechless - T01965000435How free is free speech? Are there things that just can’t be said? Speechless brings together five specially commissioned writers from across South East Asia and four brilliant UK-based poets on the theme of freedom of expression in a multi-lingual spoken word show. Incorporating different perspectives and experiences from Vietnam to Ireland and sexuality to slavery, Speechless will be a night that stimulates brain-tingling debate.
|9 Oct 08||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L212545724
PUSH - T1579613896Four spoken word artists challenge themselves and each other, pushing their art form in this showcase of diverse, risk-taking, original work. Under the guidance of choreographer Darren Pritchard the artists have developed new work for this celebration of words.
|4 Oct 08||Contact Theatre, Manchester :: V483|
listing details L1118266691
Jackie Kay - T1977369965Not only is Jackie Kay the author of several poetry collections and the acclaimed novel Trumpet, she’s also something of a national treasure. Taking her adoptive upbringing and Scottish-Nigerian heritage as jumping-off points, her work probes the notoriously knotty topics of gender, race and identity. She was awarded an MBE for services to literature in 2006. Tonight, especially for you, she presents a choice platter of her finest poems.
|25 Jun 08||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L37964444
Fringe Confidential - T0778986392Many spoken word artists take shows to the Edinburgh Fringe, some even living to tell the tale. Tonight you get a sneak preview of some of this year's crop.
|31 May 08||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L0336880285
T1517526891 (30APR08)Poetry and politics: can the two ever really mix? For someone like Adrian Mitchell, the very act of writing is a political statement. And it’s this uncompromising stance that, for the past half-century, has made him a thorn in the establishment’s side and a hero to all those on the Left. Tonight he presents a cross-section of his sizeable repertoire and proves that having a social conscience doesn’t mean you can’t have a bit of fun too.Performer Adrian Mitchell.
|30 Apr 08||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L1864210770
Housewarming Poetry Party - T581795631A celebratory evening of poetry and music, to mark the move of Apples and Snakes' London HQ to The Albany.
|13 Apr 08||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L565048998
T1375391640 (SOHO08)Performer Billy Childish. Performer Fran Landesman. Performer Riz MC. Performer Will Stopha (compere).
|27 Feb 08||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L606423891
Spin! - T0883098411Spin! is the irresistible new show of storytelling, poetry and music by [Apples and Snakes], England's leading organisation for performance poetry. This event features new poems from [Kimberly Trusty], a specially commissioned story by the brilliant [Sally Pomme Clayton] and a guest spot from Slam poet [Corbell] and live music from DJ [John Berkavich].
|22 Feb 08||Southbank Centre, West End :: V423|
listing details L0886265692
Fresh - T1605592097Poetry coming up from the streets and onto the stage.
|1 Jun 07||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L585069593
|16 Mar 07||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L1949214880
Fresh - T01972300660Hip hop meets poetry in a fast-paced night of rhythm and rhyme including beatboxing and DJs.
|10 Nov 06||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L01435463529
Give Me 5! - T1450363858A fast moving show featuring 15 all star performance poets from across the North West, representing a host of poetry collectives and scenes. Each poet performs for 5 minutes only.
|16 Mar 06||Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6|
listing details L01430845771
Seconds Out Slam - T02089504825Performer Marvin Cheeseman. Performer Julian Daniel (host).
|17 Feb 06||Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6|
listing details L80027806
Bassline Therapy - T1178553506Performer Jean Binta Breeze. Group/Band Dennis Bovell Dub Band. Group/Band Jazz Beat Blues. Company Poetry Ensemble. Group/Band Paby Blue.
|24 Nov 05||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L145644741
Chinese Whispers - T01262465519Author Francesca Beard. Performer Francesca Beard.
|3 Nov 05||Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6|
listing details L1458954320
Temptation - T0669598393
|27 Oct 05||Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) Theatre, Birmingham :: V146|
listing details L216618014
Temptation - T057086176An evening of poetry showcasing five poets who indulge, explore, strip bare, dress up and analyse all the things that allure and tempt - from ice cream to shoes to websurfing.
|27 Sep 05||Guildhall Theatre, Derby :: V994|
listing details L1643505147
Chinese Whispers - T2076292749Chinese Whispers combines love and linguistic limbo dancing into a fun-sized hour of poetic dim-sum. Journey to a world where issues of cultural identity are settled by a fight between Buffy the Vampire Slayer and a Hungry Ghost Chinese Ancestor, as Francesca Beard reinterprets modern life through her trademark acerbic wit.Author Francesca Beard. Performer Francesca Breard. Music Piers Faccini. Costume Maharishi. Lighting Flick Ansell.
|9 Jun 05 to 10 Jun 05||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
listing details L1631147068
Spin - T0621110174Behind closed doors, poets, writers and storytellers have been busy. Playing with ideas, polishing performances and shining words, they have been creating magical worlds of fantastic ideas for you to enjoy. Now they are ready to invite you to try them out and tell them what you think. Artists taking their words out for a spin may include: Charlie Dark, Surya Turner, Heather Taylor, Li Yan, Steve Tasane and Jared Louche.
|29 Oct 04 to 30 Oct 04||RADA Studios (formely Drill Hall Arts Centre), Inner London :: V197|
listing details L77759365
T2063890983 (KOMEDIA04)Performer Jean 'Binta' Breeze. Performer Crisis. Performer Aoife Mannix.
|24 Jun 04||Komedia Theatre, Brighton :: V654|
listing details L01928466306
New Shoots - T01647293974London's most distinguished and original novelists perform sneak previews of their latest offerings.
|16 Jan 04||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L312452141
Furnace - T1524099495Talented young graduates of The Furnace creative writing and performance skills course showcase their work. In partnership with Spread The Word.
|12 Dec 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01290252802
Winter Wonderlands - T2069937387Graduates from Apples and Snakes' Poets in Education training programme - including Surya Turner, Baden Prince, Li Yan and Shamim Azad create magical worlds using poetry, stories and songs from all over the globe. Winter Wonderlands will enchant young and old alike. Age 5+Performer Surya Turner. Performer Baden Prince. Performer Li Yan. Performer Shamim Azad.
|5 Dec 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L473111762
Creating Chaos - T1696861956Ground-breaking performance artist Stacy Makishi stand-up theatre pioneer Claire Dowie present their new work-in-progress.Performer Stacy Makishi. Performer Claire Dowie.
|21 Nov 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L1475327983
Brothatalk All-Stars - T1914048537Apples and Snakes hands the mic to our American brothas, bringing some of the hip-hop generation's most powerful voices to the BAC stage.Performer Sharrif Simmons. Performer Mike Ladd. Performer Marque Gilmore. Performer Ainsley Burrows. Performer Teju (MC).
|7 Nov 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L0140462216
T1643254326 (24OCT03)Apples and Snakes exults in the joys of sistahood as some of the finest female poetic voices celebrate Black History Month with Sistaspeak.Performer Sistaspeak.
|24 Oct 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L059758295
T667522371 (10OCT03)Writers On The Storm, from our national poetry tour, is in the Main House for one night only.
|10 Oct 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L1112352138
Octoberfest 2003 - Writers On The Storm - T0602100937Apples and Snakes' 2002 national poetry tour, Writers on the Storm, returns for one night only. Four diverse writers come together to create a specially commissioned piece exploring the boundaries of theatre and poetry.Director Suzy Wilson. Performer Patrick Neate. Performer Stacy Makishi. Performer Crisis. Performer Aoife Mannix.
|10 Oct 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L1083449294
Octoberfest 2003 - T0353700100The Poetry Kitchen Collective - Malika Booker and Jacob Sam La Rose host a night of sex and revelry, exploring the intricacies of sexual awakening. Members of the Kitchen are renowned for their fantastic performances nationally and internationally.
|26 Sep 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01680313657
Summer Holiday - T83974263Performer Adisa. Performer Jared Louche. Performer Fatimah Kelleher. Performer Heather Taylor. Performer Monika Neall (MC).
|4 Jul 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01582102002
A Novel Approach - T1891236064Performer Maja Prausnitz (host). Performer Stella Duffy. Performer Patrick Neate. Performer Diran Adebayo.
|13 Jun 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L1143271099
Web Relaunch - T1711983877
|6 Jun 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L305432468
Brothatalk - T0734726214Providing some yang to all that yin, [Brothatalk storms back with a truly spectacular pairing of poetry superstar [Lemn Sissay] and award-winning international jazz-funk legend [Orphy Robinson].Performer Lemn Sissay. Performer Orphy Robinson.
|25 Oct 02||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L028247235
Sistaspeak - T1757244983Performer Alison Evelyn.
|11 Oct 02||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L0910389471
Sistaspeak/Brothatalk - T01578563603
|12 Oct 01 to 26 Oct 01||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L286992156
Afroasiatix - T0707607395Celebrate the African and Asian diaspora with an evening showcasing the freshest local talent and the voices of three very different poetic vibes.Performer Milika Booker. Performer Skorpio the Nemesis.
|1 Jun 01||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
listing details L0671419252
Dancing on White Sand - T0117123905Performer Kalamu Ya Salaam. Performer Jean Binta Breeze. Company Apples and Snakes.
|11 May 01||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01281439359
T2077843898 (BAC01)Performer Mike Ladd. Performer Lana Citron. Performer Patrick Neate. Performer Tug Dumbly. Performer Jared Louche (MC).
|27 Apr 01||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L1612926269
Vibes, Scribes and Dusty 45s - T01002125078Performer Zena Edwards (compere). Performer Jared Louche. Performer Charlie Dark. Performer Jamika Ajalon. Performer Fran Landesman. Performer Nolan Weekes.
|17 Nov 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L0572752083
raison d'etre - T01172377880Thurs 19 Oct - Mat Fraxser, T'kalla, Kalamu Ya Salaam, Goldie the Poet. Fri 20 Oct - T'kalla, Mat Fraser, Malika Booker, Goldie the Poet. T'kalla: actor, poet, producer whose soul-soaked performance style has been hailed in magazines and newspapers the world over, including the Guardian, Echoes and Vibe.
|19 Oct 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L196102627
The Shadow Boxer - T01978913021[Roger Robinson] worked closely and extensively with a series of directors and workshop leaders to develop this astonishing new piece of theatre which uses storytelling and movement against a startling backdrop of Kung Fu shadow-puppetry and spin a magical and hilarious tale of a Trinidadian boy weaned on Oriental violence.
|6 Oct 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L724434506
T1551573468 (BAC300)Love Screams (Studio 2) - [Malika B] and singer [Alison Bucanan] use text, music and vocals to explore the in-between in relationships, that space between pleasure and pain. A work in progress with additional support from [Suzy Wilson]. Chemalo (Studio 6) - [Francesca Beard (poet) and [Piers Satchini] (composer) from the eclectic folk outfit [Charley Marlowe] use an acoustic guitar and two voices to draw upon world music influences from gamelan to West African xylophone. The Whole Wired World - (Studio 6) [Nick Constance] (poet) and [Piers Satchini] (composer), In this world of ever burgeoning mass communications and web sex as a new format of relations, Nick and Vladimire examine what is happening to the inner psyche of emotions and feelings.
|19 May 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L1709389969
T1121101550 (BAC200)Poetry Chorale
|5 May 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01418462271
T01089666937 (BAC00)Mojo - Get your mojo working and dig the wordbeat of some of the most vibrant voices around. Inspired by music and activated by rhythm, these writers bring a deft sense of melody to their monologues.Performer Neil Sparkes. Performer Anthony Joseph. Performer Patience Agbabi. Performer Billy Childish. Performer Luke Sutherland.
|4 Feb 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L0528225186
|18 Jun 12||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L01678688872
|16 Apr 12||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L01606930093
|20 Feb 12||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L01246147622
|25 Oct 10||Nuffield Theatre, Southampton :: V776|
listing details L1136678801
|23 Oct 08||Nuffield Theatre (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts), Lancaster :: V522|
listing details L01133459177
|8 Mar 08||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
listing details L953717879
|14 Nov 07||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L01802751351
|10 Oct 07||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L1151010552
|2 Nov 02 to 17 Jan 03||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L0431640923
|23 Nov 01||Anglia Ruskin Drama Studio, Cambridge :: V20|
listing details L1825975879
|25 May 01 to 6 Jul 01||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01254364744
|21 Jan 00 to 4 Feb 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
listing details L01863112595
|30 Oct 99||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
listing details L01615728514