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December 15, 2015

Current Calendar – 2016

Upcoming Tour Dates:

February 2016: BALL & Other Funny Stories + Workshops at Lagos Theatre Festival

March 2016: BALL & Other Funny Stories + Workshops at Sydney University

December 2016: Keynote for Teenage Cancer Trust International Conference, Edinburgh

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Previous Tours/Projects

28-29 November
‘Let Me Hear Your Body Talk’ Workshops
HOME, Manchester

19 November
Artist Thinking & Breakout Workshop
engage Conference, Glasgow

12 November
24 Italian Songs & Arias
Shortlisted for Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Prize (supported by Barbican)
Crush Room @ Royal Opera House, London

2-3 October
The Lehman Brothers and Other Underwhelming Lovers
(or, No One Would Fuck Them So They Fucked Everyone)
part of Love Letters to a (Post-)Europe
BIOS, Athens

9-10 October
You Have to Forgive Me, You Have to Forgive Me, You Have to Forgive Me
Hotel Obscura, Vienna

Sept-October
Working (It) Out – with Catherine Long
DIY Workshop looking at group workouts, participation and marginalised bodies.

25-27 August
You Have to Forgive Me, You Have to Forgive Me, You Have to Forgive Me
Forest Fringe, Edinburgh
A featured performance at the British Council Showcase

3-30 August
The Sick of The Fringe
A major new initiative which I’ve created with Tracy Gentles, commissioned by Wellcome Trust, and featuring the participation of amazing performers, artists, medics and scientists including Liz Carr, Simon McBurney, Bryony Kimmings, Tim Grayburn, Ria Hartley, Emma Franklin, Laura Dannequin, and more. Stay tuned for more details.

21-30 July
Grinding Thoughts – with Catherine Long
Part of Choreodrome, Work in Progress Series
The Place, London

19 July
Cancer Death Match – with Holestar
Latitude Festival, Suffolk

5 July
Questioning Cancer
Find Your Sense of Tumour Conference – CentreParks

15-27 June
A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer: A Musical
Work-in-progress development with Bryony Kimmings & Tom Parkinson
Produced by Complicite, Supported by Wellcome Trust

9 June
Making Waves, Causing Controversy
Presenting on ‘So High, So Low’ a new documentary project
Sheffield Documentary Festival
Panel features Jon Snow, Ingville Charlotte Giske, Teresa Camou Guerrero

5 June
On Going On: Sustaining Life in Theatre
Birkbeck, London

27 May
Four Thought, BBC Radio 4
Listen here.

2 May
An Appreciation
Mr. Ms. Mx. Festival, Frascati, Amsterdam
Read a response from Simone Van Sarloos (in Dutch) here.