Julia Taudevin presents
Blow Off

Part of Take Me Somewhere

23rd February 2017

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This fierce and playful feminist work explores the psychology of extremism with haunting melodies and progressive punk riffs in an explosive piece of guerilla-gig-theatre.

‘Half Pixies-style rock gig, half angry spoken word, it’s about sexual stereotyping, capitalist alienation and getting your voice heard.’ The Scotsman

I’m not going to tell you her hair colour.
Her skin colour.
Whether she’s got an almond or a heart shaped face.
All you need to know, right now, is that she is a person.
Walking up a street. A street that you know. A street we all know.
Towards a giant, glistening tower.
A giant, glistening shaft.
A shaft that you know.
A shaft we all know.

This performance will be followed by a post show discussion about politics in theatre, chaired by journalist and Scotsman theatre critic Joyce McMillan.

Created, written and performed by Julia Taudevin
Directed by Julia Taudevin and Graham Eatough
Music created and performed by Kim Moore with Julie Eisenstein and Susan Bear 

Part of TAKE ME SOMEWHERE, a new citywide festival of contemporary performance that builds on the legacy of The Arches arts programme.

Blow Off is supported by PRS for Music Foundation

Image credit: Niall Walker

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