We are very excited about our next event which we’re doing in our local community as part of the much-loved Brockley Max festival.
Friday 9th June doors 7.30, perf 8pm. Drinks and chat following.
The Day the Patriarchy Died…
is a scratch performance of ideas sent in by local residents with loads, some or no experience of creating work for performance. The subject is inspired by the setting – the Old Coroner’s Court in Ladywell where for a limited time only there will be some pop-up performances. Ours is an imaginative, irreverent look at the state of the world – and now as it happens we’ll be doing that in the afterglow of an unexpected General Election.
The Patriarchy has been found dead in suspicious circumstances. The defunct Coroner’s Court has been urgently reconvened to find out how it happened, who is responsible and most importantly – What Happens Next?
Together the Coroner and the audience will witness the creative statements submitted by the residents of Brockley/Ladywell. Got some evidence to contribute in song, text or image send it to us (no longer than 3 minutes, and for no more than 3 performers) no later than 5pm on 2nd June. Send yours to us here.
Tickets are free (or for donation) and strictly limited from Eventbrite: book here
If you want to get involved and would like to chat about it, we’re holding a workshop on Thursday 25th May 7.15 – 9.15pm. Location to be announced but you can book your FREE place and we’ll let you now. It’ll be somewhere in the Brockley/Ladywell hood. Book workshop places here.