DaDaFest Scratch

A night of new performances

27th February 2020 - 27th February 2020
Two images side by side, one of Amina Atiq and the other of Tammy Reynolds. Both are reading from pages into microphones.

Access: Audio description, chill out space, BSL and this will be a relaxed performance. 13+

This event is a unique opportunity to experience brand new, exciting work from four artists. Join us to explore a range of current and thought-provoking topics across a variety of art-forms:  

  • Performer and Dance Leader for Dance Sydrome, Helen Cherry, will share a solo piece exploring the idea of feeling isolated/trapped in a world surrounded by people and friends. 

  • A spoken word monologue from Amina Atiq invites the audience to a Yemeni-British household in the 1970's, illustrating the beauty that can lie in generational conflict.

  • Catch an exclusive first glimpse of 'American Girl', as playwright Bethany Murray shares a powerful extract of her work in progress.

  • Writer and performer, Tammy Reynolds will be treating us to not one, but two pieces; taking both Warwick Davis and the Department of Work and Pensions to task through her legendary Live Art. 

Pay from just £3 per ticket. Because we believe events should be accessible for all, DaDaFest is operating a pay what you like scheme for this event.

You can pay £3, £5 or £10 - you'll be asked to make a choice at checkout. 

This event is in partnership with Unity Theatre. For full information on the schedule for the day, please see our Visual Story for the event here: 
DaDaFest Performance Scratch Visual Story .pdf 

1 Hope Place
L1 9BG
United Kingdom
Telephone: 0151 709 4988
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