Dates and Times
Thu 18 - Sat 20 April 2019 at 9pm
Featured in our Spring 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Presented by Joseph Morgan Schofield
an anthropocene queen stalks the moors
the earth groans
cracking breaking skin
hooked on this spit drip
frack me daddy frack me
that genderquake was a 6.8
nobody loves me and the sun’s gonna kill me
it’s JUST high pressure water
i’m scared + tired + lonely
here comes the sun is a contemporary rite for queer survival, a stagger thru eco + gender anxieties, a collision of nonbinary politics + climate catastrophe
with a fresh dronescape by nat norland, striking images, provocative action + rich associative text, “mesmeric, poetic” performance artist joseph morgan schofield uncovers lost histories + crafts queer myths of ecocide + endurance + ecstasy
with thanks to ]performance s p a c e[, Mother’s Ruin, PILOT Nights, Camden People’s Theatre and Arts Council England.
this show contains nudity and sexual references.
We’re currently offering a 20% discount to people who identify as trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming. To redeem this discount, simply enter the code gENDer during check out.
Blog post from the Artist
Curious about Joseph Morgan Schofield’s inspiration behind the show? Click here to read their blog post.
About the company
joseph morgan schofield is an artist working across the body and text. their practice often manifests as acts of contemporary mythopoesis, where memory, history, and imagination blur. from out of these acts queer archives, obscured traumas, forgotten terrains emerge.
if things align, the work might provide space for transformation.