still moving


Four days of buzzing between B’s… Berlin>B’ham>Balham>Bristol.

…strictly speaking the Berlin part was actually elegant Potsdam, full of Schloss und Wasser, where the excellent Fabrik Tanztage played host to a visit of Stan’s Cafe’s The Cleansing of Constance Brown last week. We were looked after, fed gloriously and leave lovely friends behind. After a sleepless final night of de-rig, dunkelbiers and impromptu dancing, I return home with barely time enough for a wash cycle and re-pack before hitting the Capital for a Wembley treat with brothers-in-law and small persons (England clawing back a 2-2 draw off the mighty Schweizers) and then it’s a painfully long train journey back to the Midlands before repacking and heading to Bristol first thing this-morning.

This thursday, 9th June, here in Bristol, I’ll be performing a double bill with Bodies In Flight: Sam Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape and Bodies In Flight’s Model Love bookend the Inaugural Lecture of my long-time friend and collaborator Simon Jones, Professor of Performance at Bristol University. This is a real opportunity to celebrate Simon’s practice & research and I’m proud to be the embodied presence at that interface of Flesh & Text.

Here are details of the event, Still Moving, as published on the University website.


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