Photo by Dominic Farlam, Alexander Newton, Stephanie Handjiiska

 
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Upcoming Schedule

24 Feb 2022 (Thur)
Oxford: Bitter Moves Sweet Truths: an evening of continuing

Old Fire Station, Oxford, UK

What happens when five artistic units come together during a global pandemic and are given the time to think and reflect?

 

Witnessing a rise in the sickening racial attacks against the global majority, the endless closure of theatres and arts venues, and the widening gap between the “successful” artist and the “starving” artist, what would five live artists of different races and backgrounds do when they gather?

 

Bitter Moves Sweet Truths; an evening of continuing is part of an ongoing collaboration between percussionist/multidisciplinary artist Angela Wai-Nok Hui, contemporary art duo Ghost and John, dance/maker/writer Shivaangee Agrawal, and independent dance artist Thomas Page. Together they look at what creative exchange and artist alliance means in a world where the arts are under threat, and how to project a healthier future in the post-pandemic world.

 

The evening will be a chance to observe, question, challenge, share, reflect, dream, and exchange. So artists, art makers, art lovers, join us at the Old Fire Station Theatre in Oxford as we unpack this mess in the tidiest ways we can!

Book your tickets here

23 Mar 2022 (Wed)
London: Bitter Moves Sweet Truths: an evening of continuing

Streatham Space Project, London, UK

What happens when five artistic units come together during a global pandemic and are given the time to think and reflect?

 

Witnessing a rise in the sickening racial attacks against the global majority, the endless closure of theatres and arts venues, and the widening gap between the “successful” artist and the “starving” artist, what would five live artists of different races and backgrounds do when they gather?

 

Bitter Moves Sweet Truths; an evening of continuing is part of an ongoing collaboration between percussionist/multidisciplinary artist Angela Wai-Nok Hui, contemporary art duo Ghost and John, dance/maker/writer Shivaangee Agrawal, and independent dance artist Thomas Page. Together they look at what creative exchange and artist alliance means in a world where the arts are under threat, and how to project a healthier future in the post-pandemic world.

 

The evening will be a chance to observe, question, challenge, share, reflect, dream, and exchange. So artists, art makers, art lovers, join us at the Streatham Space Project in London as we unpack this mess in the tidiest ways we can!

Watch this space for how to book. 

April 2022 
Outdoor dance drama: Radio Neighbourhood!

The Paul Hamlyn Fund supported social innovation project is having a fourth edition this spring! Bringing story between an alien and an East Asian Migrant to more locations across the UK.

With a core creative team of ESEA heritage, it provides a platform to support artists who are currently underrepresented in the arts and culture industry in the UK. It is an ongoing performance project in which we tour the story (score and script) and hire ESEA local talents to be part of the team, including devising performers, to continue developing the work and to perform in the communities that they live in. We look forward to collaborating with your organisation in Spring 2022 and further our work in building a healthier and happier world together. 

To know more about this project and how to collaborate with us, click here. 

Photo by Dominic Farlam