Dates and Times
Sat 7 March 2020 at 9pm
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Presented by Jasmine Kahlia and Juju Guyver, in collaboration with Michael Knight Theatre Company
Drawing on lived experiences in north London hoods, Jasmine Kahlia and Juju Guyver open out stories of immigrant families, working-class struggles, heartbreaks, street assaults and wasted lives.
Spoken word, acting, contemporary dance, singing, live guitar, soundtrack and light effects produce an atmosphere that boosts the content of the sharp-edged stories on offer.
Based on pieces from their joint zine Everything is Temporary, both performers stitch together stories punchy and gripping, delicate and fierce, permanent and temporary, both ordinary and divine.
Directed by Hillary Malcolm [Michael Knight Theatre Company]
Performed by Jasmine Kahlia & Juju Guyver
Guitar and Additional performances by Marcos Melo & Pamela Lanyero
Choreography by Colin Barrett
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This show contains themes including
Sexual references – throughout
Drug references, – throughout [Cannabis]
Violence references, – throughout – [robbing scene towards the end of the show]
And references to Mental Health and Bereavement.
There are no health warnings for this performance.
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About the company
Juju Guyver Jasmine Kahlia are multidisciplinary artists focusing on road culture in London and Luton. Since 2016, they’ve developed and released different pieces of work including their zines Everything is temporary and Hoodrat. Exhibitions include ‘Road Gals’, ‘INTERFACETY’ ’Pirates Live’ (funded by Arts Council England) and ‘London Teen’.
Most of their live exhibitions have been hosted at Rich Mix. Jasmine Kahlia also led a one-day zine fair and workshop around gender, sex and consent with young people in Brixton’s Pound Cafe. They work with live art and produce live exhibitions, using the spaces around us as our gallery. They incorporate different mediums into their work such as film, looping, tattooing, painting, anecdotes and community research.