Frankie Foxstone a.k.a The Profit, hosted by Assembly Venues will be hitting the Georgian quarter of Edinburgh with her Walking Tour. Think Dubai on Irn-Bru. This is interactive satire for the Brexit era. For more information, click here.
“You have a special skill to tease material out of people and help make us shine. You very expertly lead us to discover and execute creative ideas with your nurturing manner.”
“Life changing, Amy. I felt so free and so happy in a way I haven’t felt for a long time”
“The most revealing, but at the same time sensitive week. I know myself better and hope I can transfer that to other projects.”
“Crazy, connected, fun, vulnerable and warm, Amy reveals the unexpected in you.”
“A huge confidence boost for me … brave and bizarre revelations!”
“Inspiring and liberating”
FROM ACCIDENT TO INSPIRATION: A RADICAL WORKSHOP IN DEVISING - Thursday 8th November; 6.30-9.30pm
TAKING THE SPACE: A MOVEMENT AND DEVISING PROCESS - Thursday 15th November; 6.30-9.30pm
WINTER GYM: COMEDY, IMPRO AND WARM UP - Friday 7th, Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th December; 10-5pm (3 day or drop-in)
For more information and to book, https://www.themonobox.co.uk/improanddevising
Join an acclaimed Coven of Weird Women to celebrate this Halloween.
“dangerous, dazzling, dirty, divine”
For more information and to book, http://www.rosemarybranchtheatre.co.uk/event/experteaze-the-witching-hour
On 3 consecutive Tuesday evenings (13th, 20th and 27th March), join me for a workshop in devising theatre. Hosted by The Mono Box.
Designed to incite accidents, release inspiration and develop imaginative, unconventional and authentic theatre, this is an invitation into the unknown...
For more information and booking, please visit The Mono Box website.
A week of workshops to creatively empower the actor.
I will be giving 2 workshops in this week, including
FROM ACCIDENT TO INSPIRATION: A workshop in devising (2-5pm; 23/10/17)
SOCIALLY ENGAGED THEATRE PRACTICE (6.30-9.30pm; 24/10/17)
For more info and booking: here
In her bid to understand the people better, notorious property developer Frankie Foxstone hits the Edinburgh Fringe. She knows the risk she is taking, but somebody's got to do it.
Nightly at the Tutti Frutti Cabaret (9.30pm)
Sporadically at Assembly Omnitorium's Rotating Roster of Erudite Amusements and Motely Delights (11pm)
Calling thrill seekers, biological deviants and queen bees! For one shameless night, join hostess with the mostess MxPA at The Hive, Haggerston, for the ClitCultuRe CabaRet featuring the cream of the crop in comedy, polit-tit spoken word and contrarian cabaret. No lip service here: ditch your drones at the door.
Ladies in line, but not in waiting:
**Shitsick : trio of punk sisters who have come together to start the Lovelution!
** HOAX conjure up a t.h.e.a.t.r.i.c.a.l f.o.r.e.c.a.s.t.
**Kassius Nelson speaks her mind with some spoken word
**Hummingbird: Glittered poetry told with a strong pull of harp strings and a love for pop and classical music
**BAIT tells tales: Strap yourself in with a glass of gin and ride a bucking white horse with us
**Satiric caricaturist Frankie Foxton takes the piSS
**Shameless poetry stitches by ilker&theego
ClitCultuRe CabaRet is put on by Proactive Dance to celebrate the joys of being female. Its time to disrupt, disarm, and delegitimise this phallocentric world through playful agitation.
£5 OTD. Come along, have a laugh, be silly and after join us for a Dalston Friday dance off!
#shamelessnight #clitculture #cabaret
Ahoy! All aboard the Village Butty for a cabaret night afloat, hosted by the stiff upper lipped nobsters Dan Lees & Neil Frost, two quintessentially English gents struggling to hold on to their whimsical world of cricket, tea and secret arms deals!
Special Guests include:
Donald and Melania Trump (yes you heard right!)
The rapping barista
The Village Butty is a floating village hall it will be running a BAR! Delicious home-infused Vodka cocktails, homemade chai and Ginger Beer, real ale, real cider, and more!....
The Village Butty will be moored in victoria park for this event,
"I suppose it's the way we do it in Britain. Women don't gather and weep for days; we don't anoint the dead and bind them in swaddling; we don't sit around a fire roasting rabbits or dance until we're on the floor. We buy a sympathy card and send it. Or take round lasagna. I f**king hate lasagna."
The cutting edge and raucously topical variety show comes to the London Clown Festival. In time for the General Election.
An experimental, intimate, provocative platform for women in the arts to disrupt the status quo. The brief is simple - we must try something new and it must be perverse, profane and political.
Join us in the atmospheric Council Chamber of Hornsey Town Hall, where, for one night only, we take on Justice.
The line-up includes Lucy Hopkins, Annie Bashford, Marga Villalonga, Paula Rodriguez, Pernilla Holland, Monia Nina Baldini, Hepzi Roe, Helen Duff, Rebecca Greig and Amy Gwilliam.
It is going to be riotous, daring, and very, very important.
The teachers who we have invited encompass an extraordinary spectrum of training and experience and we believe provide an excellent opportunity for our members to experience different styles and methodologies of theatre training and practice. They include Diana Bernedo from Spain; Bert Roman from Belgium; Ailin Conant from Canada; Pedro Fabiao from Portugal; Jaime Mears from Australia and Amy Gwilliam from the UK.
Between them, they have trained at Ecole Philippe Gaulier, Ecole Jacques LeCoq and with Marcel Marceu in France; at the RESAD and with clown impresario Eric Bont in Spain; with Song of the Goat and at the Grotowski Institute in Poland; with the SITI Company in New York; with SUZUKI and SCOT Company in Japan; at NIDA in Australia and with Keith Johnstone in Denmark.
Invitada por Cafe de las Artes en Santander, en el festival "Es Mejor Reir", MUMMY recibe su estreno internacional - en Espana.
“Terriblemente, espléndidamente creativa, cálida, cómica, devastadora” (One Stop Arts, Londres)
Hace catorce anos, durante el recreo, Dra. Elizabeth Niccoll perdió su madre. Tenia dieciséis anos.
Dos días después, empezó menstruar. No sabia que hacer. Decidió vendarse e investigar el Egipto Anciano. Normal.
Hoy, una experta celebrada, ha vuelto a su instituto para promocionar su nuevo libro: MUMMY o el Arte de Despedirse.
Sabe todo sobre la muerte. (Es lo que piensa.)
Pero confrontado por un grupo de dieciseisenos, las memorias revuelvan y una fantasma aparece.
El momento ha llegado a conocerla. El momento ha llegado a desvendarse.
“Balanceándose sobre el borde entre la hilaridad y la desolación, MUMMY nos pide repensar el espacio que nos damos a amar y doler.” (Fringe Review, Brighton)
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