Dates and Times
Sun 11 Nov at 7pm
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Presented by Curtis
As the world cup begins and the St Georges Cross adorns the cars that park on my street, I feel my stomach begin to churn.
Have you ever sat down and questioned what part you play in this world of ours?
Asylum is an experiment of live music production, spoken word and politics. The sound of droning guitar and staggering synths will act as a symphony for the forgotten in this piece about status, patriotism, you, me, us & them.
This performance is written, devised and performed by Curtis Arnold-Harmer Directed by Kira Golightly
Supported by the University of Chichester.
This production may contain swearing.
About the company
Curtis is a multi-disciplinary artist and performer frequently working across the fields of music production and spoken word. focusing on patriotism, status and migration, his work deconstructs music and uses the power of the spoken language to begin conversations and stage interventions in the minds of the audience.