Dates and Times
Sat 5 Oct at 7.15pm
Featured in our Autumn 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Curated by Josh Coates
A night of performances in celebration of art pop icon St Vincent. Known for albums such as MASSEDUCTION, Strange Mercy and the self entitled St Vincent, join an array of the UK’s best artists responding to a selection of St Vincent songs.
Expect long strides in colourful tights, a balancing act of sexual and religious iconography and bold riffs.
Rory Horne & James Nash
Rory Horne & James Nash are theatre-makers and writers. Rory is the co-founder of new writing company Argonaut and his plays include “Action at a Distance” and “00”. James runs the theatre company anorak and his plays include “it’s alright everything’s okay” and “EXPERIMENTAL PROTOTYPE COMMUNITY OF TOMORROW”
@rorhor & @notjamesnash
Clara Potter-Sweet is a maker and dramaturg of experimental performance & loves amateur choreography, good soundtracks and surprises. She’s a co-founder of award-winning company Emergency Chorus (“Beguiling and enchanting work”, The Guardian). She would like to dedicate this performance to Annie C – you’re one in a million, babe.
[email protected] x B£Nj4 (Ben Kulvichit and Nat Norland)
Ben Kulvichit is a theatre-maker. He is co-founder of the theatre company Emergency Chorus. Nat Norland is a writer, director and sound designer. He is co-founder of the theatre company Why This Sky. Nat also makes noises for Emergency Chorus and Ben does lights for Why This Sky. Together they stay up too late listening to strange music.
@B_Kulvichit & @natnorland
Ryan O’Shea & Celine Kutevu
Slow Slow Disco opens a mesmeric world where time is warped and a slow-dance between two people is abstracted. As bodies take shape in gradual, dreamy motion, the haunting melancholy of the iconic St Vincent track is revealed in all its euphoric darkness.
@ROSheaTheatre & @Everyday_Mayday
Fýlthy H Lashes (Ian Walker)
Fýlthy H Lashes is a messy punk of a creature, with a gnarly wit and gnarlier dress sense, best known for Propping Up the Bar and Flipping the Bird. This performance includes sparklers, mild nudity and a poem by Ian Walker
About the artist
Josh Coates is a theatre maker based in Manchester. This is the second living, breathing fanzine Josh has curated. The last one was a celebration of Charli XCX and part of Push 2019. The line up included YESYESNONO, Pink Freud Theatre, James Varney, Ben Kulvichit, Nat Norland, Charlotte Fraser and Ava Wong Davies.