With Upstart Theatre at Shoreditch Town Hall Online
What's better than a storytelling night? What about a game show with 8 stories about food!
The hilarious ShumGhostJohn are bringing their brand new game show Cart Noodle Show to your home. Get ready to sit on the edge of your seat, fight for the highest score, and have a taste of the delicious Hong Kong street food, Cart Noodle 車仔麵!
Warning: The myths in this show may not be authentic. The food may not be nice and kind. The host may not want you to win. Hot. Handle with Care.
"Thousand Papers 千紙" at Welcome to My Crying Party
Tell us your stories, hopes and dream. So then we can build the Senbazuru of ours.
For this first online version of 千紙 Thousand Papers, Let's get into a space of positivity, looking into our past trauma and also our coming futures. Derived from the concept of community sculpture building, movement practices and East Asian traditions. Ghost and John invite you to be part of this performance. Together, we write, sing, dance, celebrate and make origami...
Panel with Royal Conservatoire of Scotland: Beyond Contemporaneity: Futures of Performance
4 December 2020 (Fri) 3pm-4:30pm GMT
In this public panel conversation, artists, producers, thinkers, graduates, and policy-makers will discuss the future of contemporary performance. This discussion will touch on the multiplicity of factors which will inevitably shape the future such as public health, economy, artistic trajectory, access and hierarchies of power, societal and political support, and education.
Ghost & John (HK/UK), Multidisciplinary Art Duo
Jo Verrent (UK), Senior Producer, Unlimited
LJ Findlay-Walsh (UK), Artistic Director, Take Me Somewhere | Senior Performance Curator, Tramway
Join us in this panel discussion about digitalisation, surveillance, and milk tea!
The term "Milk Tea Alliance" is a meme that arose from the dispute between Thailand and China pundits on Twitter. This term reflects the fact that people have spent more time on the internet world since the pandemic, which has also brought additional conflict, an increased focus on public issues, and the exhibition of artworks online. These activities inevitably draw the attention of governmental authorities.
This panel will discuss the digitalisation of artworks and surveillance, and the strategies used by artists and activists towards visibility and invisibility, particularly in socially and politically charged arts projects.