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Forthcoming performances

Forthcoming performances

Live Literature
Tara Theatre residency
Work by John Agard & Grace Nichols

A one week residency at Tara Theatre in London featuring two works by Caribbean-British poets directed by Mark C. Hewitt. John Agard's one man show 'Roll Over Atlantic' received 4 Star reviews for a performance at the Royal Festival Hall / South Bank Centre as part of London Literature Festival 2016, and will sandwich performances of 'Dora vs Picasso' by Grace Nichols, an astonishing Flamenco production that wowed audiences at previews in 2015 with its heady combination of exhilarating acting, projected images, and live Flamenco music & dance. Both pieces of work were developed through Crosspath, an intercultural theatre and performing arts company set up in 2010 by John Agard & Grace Nichols.
More about Crosspath »

Photo © Philip James, 2015

Dora vs Picasso: Weds 17 - Fri 19 October (7.30pm)
Tickets available online here »
Roll Over Atlantic: Tues 16 & Sat 20 October (7.30pm)
Tickets available online here »
Venue: Tara Theatre, 356 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, London SW18 4ES
(One stop from Clapham Junction / 10 minutes from Waterloo)
Box Office: 020 8333 4457
R&D with John Agard & Tom Arnold
John Agard with musician Thomas Arnold during the making of Roll Over Atlantic
Read the 4 Star review from London's Southbank Centre »

Diving into the Wreck
Socially engaged production

First performance in East Sussex of Diving into the Wreck, a multi-media production in which individuals in recovery from addiction tell their own story in their own words, through film, audio and live performance. The work explores what’s lost and what’s salvaged in the journey of addiction, evoking its craziness, nastiness, predictable routines, dark humour and secret worlds. Originally commissioned by Tongues&Grooves, it was developed in Portsmouth by poet Maggie Sawkins and director Mark C. Hewitt. It is presented live by Kieran Judge, Daniel Scrivener, Jane Muir and Patrick Seery, with additional contributions on film from Steven. "A superb show. Heart-breaking and warm-hearted at the same time." (William Sutton)

Date/time: Tuesday 13 November, 7.45pm
All Saints Centre, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2LE
Tickets: £8.00 advance / £10.00 door
Details and online booking here »

Coastal Currents, Hastings
Groynes 41-42
Video installation

A collection of video portraits by photographer Malcolm Glover with texts by Mark C. Hewitt.

See sidebar (top) for details.