Performance Platforms (which aren’t PUG)

We’ve collated a list of platforms that people who like PUG might be interested in.

We hope this is useful to people who make and/or want to experience performance.

This list is North East and London centric because that’s where PUG producer, Rosa knows best. But we don’t want it to be. Please get in touch via rosa@pugnight.co.uk if there are any platforms we should add to the list (wherever they are).

 

SHORT FORM/CABARET/QUEER Nights & Venues

Ketchup

Anatomy  

Duckie

The Glory (venue)

The Royal Vauxhall Tavern (venue)

Hi Brow (produced by Figs in Wigs)

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club (venue)

Mothers Ruin

PUG

Deep Trash

The BonBons Cabaret

Woman SRSLY

BAR WOTEVA

The Cocoa Butter Club

BUTCH, PLEASE!

Mariah and friendz

Low Stakes

Club Fierce (Fierce Festival)

Knickerbocker

DICE Festival

Nasty Women North East (organisation)

Curious Arts (organisation)

The Yard (venue)

 

SCRATCHES

NEWK at Live Art Bistro

Tender Loin

Gala Durham, Next Up

Only Skin

ARC Stockton, ARCADE Platform

BAC Scratch

Curious Arts (organisation)

Fresh

PULSE Scratch & Suitcase Day

In Good Company

Alif Writers’ Circle

 

MORE RESOURCES

Artsadmin

Live Art Development Agency

ROSA POSTLETHWAITE

+44 (0) 77577 39643

info@pugnight.co.uk

Space Six, Floor Six, 39 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE

Workshop: oracular practice | Sat 4th May 2019

Workshop: oracular practice | Sat 4th May 2019

oracular practice workshop facilitated by Last Yearz Interesting Negro

Workshop description 

A space where I try to make an opening in myself to share current questions, concerns and interests through practice that is part of a project towards disentangling myself from assimilationist approaches. Moving from and through and with states of overwhelm, using the density of available sensory and remembered information, our interior worlds stacked with living, subjective data that can be used as tools for divination.

Or, in other words: some dancing with some words and sounds to provoke and encourage.

About Last Yearz Interesting Negro

oracular practice will be facilitated by Last Yearz Interesting Negro, the performance project of London based artist and dancer Jamila Johnson-Small. The choreographies are dreamspaces and battlegrounds, that build atmospheric landscapes through the live unfolding of the tensions between things that produce meaning. Working with dramaturgies of sculpture, electronic music, poetry, video, texture, a public and always dancing, Jamila isn’t so interested in genre and her practice moves across various spaces, contexts and roles, also curating and hosting spaces for conversation and artistic exchange. She collaborates regularly with Alexandrina Hemsley (Project O), Phoebe Collings-James, Fernanda Muñoz-Newome, Shelley Parker and Rowdy SS. Please see more about Last Yearz Interesting Negro here.

When: Saturday 4th May, 11am – 1pm

Where: GIFT Festival, Caedmon Hall, Gateshead Central Library NE8 4LN

Tickets: Free. Space is very limited please register your attendance here. 

Suitability: 16+

Please wear soft comfortable clothing. And bring layers to keep warm.

Travel and Access information here.

Please contact PUG Producer, Rosa at rosa@pugnight.co.uk if you have any questions.

oracular practice workshop is hosted by PUG with support from Gateshead Council Culture Team, GIFT and ACE. Last Yearz Interesting Negro will be performing at PUG#7 as part of GIFT Festival.

PUG will be hosting workshops throughout 2019.

 

Image: Last Yearz Interesting Negro. Image by Katarzyna Perlak and Carlos Jimenez.

ROSA POSTLETHWAITE | +44 (0) 77577 39643 | info@pugnight.co.uk | Space Six, Floor Six, 39 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE

All images on PUG website by Chris Bishop www.picturesbybish.com