70/30 Split (UK)
Dressed ready for a riot and dancing distorted folk dances of times gone by; four performers are caught between different notions of masculinity.
bYOB stages contrasting versions of bravado and belonging, and reflects on the rise of nationalism and mob mentality. Four men grapple with their roles in the performance and the world.
70/30 Split is comprised of Lydia Cottrell and Sophie Unwin, a female performance duo who choreograph satirical and provocative dance through words, singing and stomping.
“Cottrell and Unwin are as touching as they are resolutely fearless.”
– The Guardian
Presented at Riley Theatre as part of Transform 19 - A Festival of Powerful, International Performance - transformfestival.org
Tickets - £13/£8 https://transformfestival.org/box-office/
Do you have a new poem you want to try out? After some writing tips? Keen to get into performance poetry? Looking to become part of the poetry community?
Hosted by the Say Owt team, in a friendly and constructive environment share you piece for feedback, advice and get support from your peers.
York Explore Library
This event is also part of York Literature Festival
Supported by Arts Council England
Sculpture Club is an after school art club for all ages. Bring your children, your nanna & pops, your mum and your dad. Intergenerational art group. Play in 3D, think, design make. Every TERM TIME Wednesday 4-6pm at our co-working space at Spark York. Part of Lasting Resonance scheme for York Design Week. Lets fill this town with good design.
HERE WE GO AGAIN - ANOTHER EVENING OF PERFORMANCE, MUSIC, ART, FILM AND FUN.
Are you missing an affordable rehearsal space in Leeds?
Dance classes for everyone?
Evening professional classes?
We can make all of this happen, but we need your help.
All money raised from this event goes towards the improvement and renovation of the space and floor.
Pre sale: £5
Pre - sale tickets available to buy at Wharf Chambers Monday-Sunday 5-11pm
and on eventbrite:
Watch this space for artists announcements and updates.
Unfortunately this venue isn't wheelchair accessible, if you do have any further questions about accessibility please don't hesitate to get in touch.
You can find further accessibility information of the Bar area downstairs here:
JUICEBOX returns to L19 for one night of cult-queer art-club hedonism with TOMM¥ €A$H and Yves Tumor.
Over the years, LiveArt Bistro have gained notoriety for their take on late-night soirees – capturing the attention of some of the world’s most radical and boundary-breaking performers in the process.
JUICEBOX at Live Art Bistro proves no exception. Housed in the Festival Village, this closing party is set to raise the bar – despite what Leeds has come to expect in the fluid playgrounds of the city’s underground performance/party scene.
L19 Cube @ The Village
Afterparty @ Live Art Bistro
Tickets on sale now.
Tickets are 'pay what you can' at four price brackets.
No-one will be refused entry from lack of funds.
A M O K is a new experimental music platform. We hire the venue, choose artists whose work we believe in, and organise a platform for them to share their music, experiments and ideas.
A M O K #3 features works and performances by Tom Sissons, Tom James, Aaron Moorehouse, Rebecca Burden and more to be announced.
A three day performance festival taking place 16th-18th May at the Local Theatre in Sheffield. With 17 performances, a networking event and Producers Gathering.
Day pass: £5
On the door
Day pass: £7.50
Dawn Robinson -
Trouble Shooter//Boom 45 minutes 7:30PM
Hannah Jade Robbins -
The Immortality Project 45 minutes 8:45PM
An Evening with Rosy Maple 30 minutes 10PM
Producers’ gathering 1 hour 5:30PM
What I’m Worth Durational 6PM - 10PM
Patrycija Dynowska -
Sh*it Happens 50 minutes 7:00PM
Emma Gannon -
Civilisation 30 minutes 8:20PM
Joseph Schofield -
Here comes the Sun 70 minutes 9:20PM
Artists meetup 1 hour 11AM
and Tim Norwood -
Not Your Kind of Trauma 1 hour 1PM
Phillip Bedwell -
Fit For Purpose 30 mins 2:30
Natalia Kieniewicz -
Dress the Diva 1 hour 3:30
Nick Kilby -
Arias of Elizabeth 45 mins 4:30
Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau
with Daniel Oliver -
Resentment 45 mins 5:45
Jessica Gibson -
Work in Progress 1 hour 7:15
Vendetta Vain -
Taking The Piss 30 mins 8:45
Closing party 10PM
Durational Performances on Saturday
Kelvin Atmadibrata -
Forcing Hyacinth 3 or 4 hours
Matt Allen, 1-2-1 -
NoAir 3 hours
Paula Davy 1-2-1 -
Hostages 2 hours
Say Owt Slam #22 featuring Inua Ellams
Our last slam until October!
Poets vs poets in a highly charged, highly energetic and highly fun evening of entertainment, verse, rhyme and words. Highly Commended in the York Culture Awards!
Each poet gets 3 mins to impress the audience and win a cash prize! Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a slot or more info.
Featuring very special guest Inua Ellams.
Born in Nigeria in 1984, Inua Ellams is an internationally touring poet, playwright, performer, graphic artist & designer. His first play ‘The 14th Tale’ was awarded a Fringe First at the Edinburgh International Theatre Festival and his fourth ‘Barber Shop Chronicles’ sold out its run at England’s National Theatre.
Across his work, Identity, Displacement & Destiny are recurring themes in which he also tries to mix the old with the new.
“Ellams’ poetry gleams with a dusty, worn, deeply original beauty and he remains such wonderfully generous company to keep on stage.”— Metro Newspaper
£6 advance from City Screen, York
£7 on the door
The Basement is located downstairs, but a wheelchair lift is available.
If finances are a barrier to attending, we can offer discount and complimentary tickets. Email email@example.com for more info.
Say Owt is supported by Arts Council England