FRIDA KAHLO: VIVA LA VIDA!
Meet one of Latin America's greatest artists
Sharp, witty and bursting with colour, this critically acclaimed, award-winning one-woman show returns to London for its 10 year anniversary, after a sizzling sell out run around the world. Based on fragments of Frida Kahlo’s biography, letters and extracts from her diary, this play powerfully recreates the life of a unique artist, a painter who transferred her vibrant culture and her deepest dramas onto canvas.
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A short verbatim solo for Gallery spaces
An audio and movement solo piece based on first hand interviews with women who were victims of violence in the UK, either because of their gender or legal status.
Based on a research by Prof. Cathy Mcilwaine from King's College. Developed during a residency at the Somerset House as part of the VEM+ network of academics and artists. Believe had a preview at the Exchange Space and and will go on tour in 2021.
A kick-ass one girl journey in search of refuge.
AWARD WINNING SHOW EDINBURGH FRINGE 2016
"Unbearably powerful and moving."
★★★★ Joyce Macmillan, The Scotsman
"Stunning. Imaginative, emotionally powerful and aesthetically beautiful."
★★★★★ Broadway Baby
Unicef estimates 30 million children are fleeing brutal violence, extreme poverty or both today. Like many others, one night, young Mana from the Red-yellow planet, is forced to catch a shooting star to seek refuge elsewhere. During her journey across the universe, imagination is her best defense in the struggle for survival. Will Mana ever arrive to her dreamland, the beautiful blue planet? Embark in a disturbing coming-of-age, twisted fairy tale, darkly-comic adventure-thriller overflowing with poetry, strange creatures and stunning imagery.
Artist, muse, lover. Her time to tell her own story.
Paris, Belle époque, renowned sculptor Rodin takes a talented young girl under his wing, Camille Claudel, who wants a name of her own. They start a passionate affair that gives birth to world-famous works of art but might cost them more than expected.
Performed & written by Gaël Le Cornec while in residence at the French Institute UK. Performed at Theatre 503, Pleasance Courtyard Edinburgh, Shanghai International Festival.
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★★★★ Three Weeks ★★★★★ Shanghai STA
Photo by Stefana Brancastle.