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And What? Queer Arts Festival: Eve Stainton's 'Rubby Sucky Forge' & João Cidade's 'While the Others Go Wild (#4)' at Rich Mix

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Time 19:30
Date 19/03/20
Price £11.5

Two shows for the price of one! Expect themes of proximity, touch and consent, plus a compilation of attempts to achieve something together through the lens of Queer family and community.

Eve Stainton: Rubby Sucky Forge (premiere)
Something is being made in the forge. It becomes a feedback container and other things for swallowed tensions. The group are invited to work instinctively with a series of scaffolded intimacies and articulation of expression. Proximity, touch and consent allow relevant states to be explored sensitively and sometimes privately, and with you.

João Cidade: While the Others Go Wild #4 (UK premiere)
A compilation of attempts to achieve something together… something greater than the sum of its parts. In difficult times replete with political uncertainties WtOGW develops an urgency to turn to the values of collaboration in the face of adversity. With every new iteration the work is informed by local performers, on this occasion, and for the first time – 5 Queer London performers. The work is reimagined through a lens of Queer family and community, collaboration being at the core of the devising process.

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend And What? Queer Arts Festival: Eve Stainton's 'Rubby Sucky Forge' & João Cidade's 'While the Others Go Wild (#4)' at Rich Mix at 19:30 on Thursday 19 March.
To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.
Q: The Christian Saint, Saint Vitus, is considered the patron saint of actors, comedians, dancers and what else?
A: .1) Epileptics .2) Citrus Fruit .3) Taxes .4) Roundabouts