Performing Change

Dates and Times

Sat 18 Feb at 2.30pm

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Ticket information

£5

Book Tickets

Part of The Sick of the Fringe programme, running at four venues across London – CPT, Wellcome Collection, The Place and Conway Hall on Fri 17 – Sun 19 Feb. Browse the full programme here.

Presented by Lost Watch Theatre, Emma Frankland & Laura Dannequin

12 +

The body is a magnificent thing: ever-changing, shifting, morphing, dying, regrowing. How does it feel to create a singular piece of art about your body, using your body, when its not stable – with medical, political, social and spiritual realities that can change?

Performing Change asks three artists to revisit a piece of work and explore new ways in which time has shifted the meaning and how they wish to talk about the work now.

All three artists will spend time discussing change as a theme across their divergent work, and then report back. The Sick of the Fringe will present a panel of performances, talks and interventions exploring the reality of ‘performing change’, as a model for how we think about artistic practice, but, more importantly, as a model for how we all live with our own ever-changing body.

This event will be British Sign Language interpreted. 

 

 

 

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Please note that this event takes place at The Place.

However, please continue to book tickets through the CPT website.

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