Date(s) - Sun 22 November
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
The Arts House Cafe
It’s cold, the nights have drawn in, so close that you can feel the wintry darkness breathing down your neck, and the Christmas parties are on the horizon, and everything is just so happy and peachy and tinselly. NOT HERE IT ISN’T. Our November offering is going mess some stuff up. Push over some things. So put on some angry shoes, and stomp down to the Arts House for another swell night. There’s also some lovely stuff too!
We’ve got Rachael Clerke, winner of the Ideastap Edinburgh Award for her brilliant “How to achieve redemption as a scot through the medium of Braveheart”, and is currently touring Béton Brute – a drag satire about concrete architecture and The Man (it will in fact be on at Cube on 28 Nov). She’s hilarious and brilliant and we can’t wait to have her at Sharp Teeth.
Lucie is a singer/songwriter based in Bristol and has just finished a summer of festival touring, performing with the People’s Front Room. She’s a beautiful performer – expect soulful storytelling, jazz sounds and generous helpings of glitter.
Written and co-directed by Elizabeth Mizon (co-director of Bristol Radical Film Festival), and co-directed by Marietta Kirkbride, this dystopian play centres in on the lives of three couples whose lives are connected by the world’s leading energy company. In this extract we meet one couple in the throes of crisis, who are played by Jenny Davies (Propolis Theatre Company) and Ed Rapley. Elizabeth has written for the Huffington Post and is currently touring her film Borders which was made with playwright Shagufta Iqbal. Elizabeth and Marietta are two fiercely brilliant women, and we cannot wait to see what they’ve done!
Follow them on twitter: @Elizabethethird / @MazKirkbride
You can watch the trailer for Borders here to get an idea of Elizabeth’s work: https://vimeo.com/135467898
Find out more about BRFF here: https://www.facebook.com/RadicalFilmFestival
Plus hosts Stephanie Kempson and Andy Kelly will be back doing some more storytelling, probably on angry, itinerant theme. And we’ve got two more acts to announce and remember we’re a Pay-What-You-Decide event!