20 & 21 Apr

ARE YOU DEAF YET? A CHRISTOPHER BRETT BAILEY TRIPLE BILL

Christopher Brett Bailey

20 Apr, 7pm | 21 Apr, 6:30pm
Price: £25, £20 concs

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A marathon evening of noise-theatre and theatrical noise. For two nights only Christopher Brett Bailey brings his multi-award winning “cult hit” THIS IS HOW WE DIE and the “insanely and dangerously loud” follow-up KISSING THE SHOTGUN GOODNIGHT back to London. Because his OCD manifests in a fetish for odd numbers, a double bill was never going to be enough…

The evening will climax with a performance by Christopher Brett Bailey's electric guitar ensemble, THIS MACHINE WON’T KILL FASCISTS BUT IT MIGHT GET YOU LAID. For this special occasion, they will be premiering new material and performing a surround sound concert in ear-splitting 3D audio!

 

THIS IS HOW WE DIE
KISSING THE SHOTGUN GOODNIGHT
THIS MACHINE WON’T KILL FASCISTS BUT IT MIGHT GET YOU LAID


Age Recommendation: 16+
Running Time: 4.5 hours (including two 30 minute intervals)

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CREDITS

Performers & Musical Collaborators: Alicia Jane Turner, George Percy, Apollo, Ivy Alexander
Dramaturg & Creative Producer: Anne Rieger
Producer & General Manager: Beckie Darlington
Lighting Design: Sherry Coenen & Lee Curran
Production Manager: Helen Mugridge
 

Supported by Arts Council England.

THIS IS HOW WE DIE was originally commissioned by Ovalhouse, and made with support from the Basement, Cambridge Junction and Norwich Arts Centre.


KISSING THE SHOTGUN GOODNIGHT was Originally commissioned by Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Cambridge Junction, Ovalhouse, Theatre in the Mill, and Theatr Iolo. With thanks to Hackney Showroom.

THIS MACHINE was commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre and Cambridge Junction.

 

ACCESS NOTICE

This event takes place on the first floor of our building, which can be reached via a lift. There is step-free access to Scratch Bar, The Bee's Knees and ground floor public spaces. There are accessible toilet facilities across the building.

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