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Sounds Like: Joni Mitchell, Billie Holiday
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Bio: Claudia Vau is a London-based actress, singer and songwriter. She started to write, compose and sing her own songs for a cause: to give voice to voiceless women, young girls, children and men from all around the world. Her first single, "Make Your Voice Sound" is a theme-song which expresses the ... See Full BioMore Info
THE NIGHT OF THE HOLLOW TORTOISE | 10th of January - 8pm, at The Slaughtered Lamb (London)
ART AND HEALING A multi-arts fundraising event in support of the children of Fukushima, Japan. With visual artist Oi Nuen Sprunt, dancer/performer Rebecca Woodford-Smith, musician Charles Matthews and London Playback Theatre. Sunday, 28 October 3.00-6.00 pm at New Diorama Theatre 15 – 16 Triton Street Regents Place London NW1 3BF Tube: Great Portland Street, Warren Street. Tickets: £25, £15 (under 18 years) Please email email@example.com to book. In this cross-disciplinary collaboration, the artists respond to ‘damage and healing’, as expressed through the ShoutCry Room installation by Oi Nuen Sprunt. The event will commence with a viewing of the ShoutCry Room installation and a solo dance performance by Rebecca Woodford-Smith, accompanied by original electroacoustic gamelan music from Charles Matthews. After an interval where tea and cakes will be served, London Playback Theatre will perform, with the artwork and its theme as inspiration for an improvisational performance of storytelling theatre. Wine and nibbles will conclude the evening. The funding raised by this event will go towards travel costs for Playback AZ to take their work to the children of Fukushima. Each journey costs about ¥80,000. About the project in Japan: Established in 1994 to perform and promote Playback Theatre in Japan, Playback AZ has accumulated experience and developed a high reputation for excellent work over the years, performing regularly in a variety of contexts. With performances across Japan in theatres, community & educational settings, Playback AZ has touched on a variety of social & health care issues, including parenting support, gender equality and diversity. More recently their work has focussed on the Great East Japan Earthquake disaster relief.
London Playback Theatre performs as part of THE FORGIVENESS PROJECT, a week-long exhibition and programme of events, from 9 to 16 September 2012. The theme of this performance will be forgiveness and it will feature artwork by Heidi Ferid. Playback Theatre is a unique form of theatre, co-created with audience members by inviting their true stories, which the actors and musicians re-enact with artistry and respect as spontaneous improvisation. Programme: - 2:00pm to 5:00pm: "Introducing Playback Theatre", a Workshop for Everybody (with Veronica Needa) - 7:00pm to 9:00pm: performance by London Playback Theatre
Team Rex Exhibition & Cecilia Yu’s “高貴文雅，但無用 ” ; Classy but useless… Art talk 8th September, 2012 at 8pm at the Red Gallery (Rooftop weather permitting) - Performative Introduction by Claudia Vau, as "Gilda" (accompanied by Erhu player Joanna Qiu & guitarist Nora Bite) and Decima Francis (MBE) - Art talk “高貴文雅，但無用 ” ; Classy but useless… by Cecilia Yu - Multimedia visual arts performance installation with Wearable art by Yu titled "For Your Eyes Only", for Iprotest Arts Charity London 2012 (musical arrangement by Ttai Morra, Maurizio Grandolini and Mauro Della Giovampaola)
London Playback Theatre would like to invite you to... "WE ARE THE HEROES AND HEROINES OF OUR GENERATION", a talk, performance and buffet to raise funds for a young street theatre group from Jaffna, Sri Lanka. "We are the Heroes and Heroines of our Generation" will take place on Sunday June 10th from 4.30 - 7.30pm, at the... London Bridge Business Academy 7-13 Melior St London SE1 3QP It will be an evening of stories exploring what it means to be together and what it means to be alone. How exactly, do we experience community in our lives? We really hope you can make it to help support this amazing group of young people who are doing such great work in their community in Sri Lanka and to share your own stories too. Tickets can be reserved by calling Emma on 07950 288633 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about playback theatre and London Playback Theatre particularly please visit our website at http://www.londonplayback.co.uk/
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