The Conversation

Dates and Times

Tue 9 May at 9pm

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Ticket information

£12 / 10

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Presented by Lauren Aimee Burch

15+

The Conversation is a piece of autobiographical performance art which explores the topic of consent. Lauren challenges the audience’s preconceptions of the language of consent and how we talk about it, or, how we do not talk about it. Don’t worry, she’s not looking to shock you and she’s definitely not angry at you. She just wants to impress you.

Lauren attempts to create a safe space where you can feel relaxed and invited to enjoy yourself with the help of her hosting. All of this is for you, and she won’t let you forget it. She’s pulling out all the stops on this special night. Although, while striving to set herself high expectations, she may fail to meet them. You may feel the urge to leave, and you are welcome to, whenever you want. But oh baby, please don’t go, she just wants you to stay.

About the company

Lauren is an emerging performance artist who specialises in contemporary theatre. She graduated in 2015 with a Performing Arts BA (Hons) from the University of Chichester. She creates autobiographical performances, installations, performances about shared identity, and artistic documentations of work

Image credit – Christopher Johnson

@Laburch1 | www.laurenaimeeburch.weebly.com

Feedback and Reviews

“Through her playful, colourful and knotty performance, Lauren looks after us as an audience; we are allowed to feel whatever we need to, or want to feel, and Lauren guides us gently through this all, deftly.” Barrel Organ Theatre

The Conversation is important. It’s a chat that needs to be had, but no on has had it because of the taboo. Lauren Aimee Burch breaks that taboo.” Big Loop Theatre Company

Image credit – Tess Seymour Photography

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