Dates and Times
Tue 16 - Thu 18 Oct at 9pm
Part of our Autumn 2018 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Presented by Kelly Green
Kelly is sick and tired of being told that now she is a PhD student she no longer reads as working-class. She has learnt to talk the talk and walk the walk of class drag for middle-class people and spaces, to be heard and to be seen. Coz no one takes a CHAV seriously, do they?
CHAV is a neon, grey, diamante and sticky solo performance, taking you on an autobiographical journey where Kelly vomits up her anger and frustrations about being a working-class single mum, artist and academic. The piece playfully explores and comments on working-class female identity, and how we both lose and reclaim ourselves through our lived experience of class.
Developed on Starting Blocks 2018 at CPT
This production may contain nudity, strobe lighting and alcohol.
Made by Phoebe Holman Films : www.phoebe-holman.com
Praise for the performance
“Charming, funny, highlighting the insidiousness effect class has on a single mum literally trying” – Audience Member – Starting Blocks 2018 @ CPT
“Made me want to stand up and scream ‘Class War!'”– Audience Member – Starting Blocks 2018,
About the company
Kelly Green is a London-based working-class single mother, academic, and performance artist. She is a noisy, feisty, hot mess. Her performance work is fun, interactive and is mostly about class and gender. Kelly’s art practice is a mash-up of live art, stand up, dance, and bad singing.
Image Credit (c) Catherine Duckett