Dates and Times
Friday 9 & Saturday 10 October 2020 at 8.30pm (Fri) & 2.30pm (Sat)
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Presented by Bonnie Chan and Joyce Nga Yu Lee
Bonnie and Joyce were born in 1984. Their life experience has spun across five decades and two millenniums. They call two places 6000 miles apart home. There should be a myriad of heritage to reference and relate to, yet what exactly is a “Hong Konger”?
Only when Hong Kongers decolonised from the British Empire did they realise the gradual colonisation by another one. From Canto pop to char siu buns to masks and yellow hard hats, Bonnie and Joyce are the last of their kind, if they don’t tell their stories, now, they will never be told.
‘Last of Our Kind’ was seed commissioned by CPT.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This show contains references to violence, suicide and death and has a recommended age rating of 16+
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The company does not feel the performance contains any health warnings.
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About the company
Bonnie Chan is a London based Hong Konger, theatre maker and researcher, trained in Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with MA Theatre Criticism and Dramaturgy. She is the co-founder and co-artistic director of Little Bean Theatre, the first and only Cantonese speaking family theatre company in the UK.
Joyce Nga Yu Lee completed an MA in Theatre Making at University of Leeds. Joyce is currently Resident Director of Mind the Gap, England’s largest theatre company working in partnership with learning disabled artists.
Bonnie and Joyce have been working together for over 15 years with FM Theatre Power in Hong Kong, an artist collective specialised in devising and socially engaged work.