Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays
from 13th November - 20th December, 8:15pm
The Basement, 119 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3DA
By Soundboxed in association with Theatre Delicatessen
SoundBoxed Collective’s Jane Smith and Jeremiah formally invite you
to exclusive Private Member’s Club: THE DEVELOPMENT
Join us in our safe space – away from the hectic bustle of the relentless metropolis.
Where, there will be jokes, there will be tears, but most importantly there will be us, all of us together.
“WHATEVER HAPPENS AT THE DEVELOPMENT, MUST STAY AT THE DEVELOPMENT”
The Space Is In Between Us
5th - 29th November, 7:30
The 4th Floor Studio, 119 Farringdon Road
By Alexandra Baybutt and Dávid Somló in association with Theatre Delicatessen
The Space is In Between Us
is a unique sound and movement piece by artists Alexandra Baybutt & Dávid Somló
. The work created will be responsive – with live music from Dávid, and improvised dance and movement from Alexandra. It invites you to be part of a temporary community – one exploring the decisions we make, the patterns we create, and the traces we leave behind.
I’M BACK BITCHES!
28 November 2014
8pm until LATE
The Friday League come to Theatre Delicatessen
Thats right, THE FRIDAY LEAGUE is back and gosh darn it we are excited.
They are making their brand spanky, hanky, panky, new home at Theatre Delicatessen in Farringdon would love you all to come to our HOUSEWARMING.
YOU KNOW THE DRILL:A visual and performance art platform - BUT FUN!
WE HAVE: Cheap drinks, dance floors and a wonderful bunch of VISUAL AND PERFORMANCE ARTISTS that want to show YOU their work.
Expect: ANIMATION, FILM, DANCE, CLOWNING, COMEDY and a whole lot more!
Performances happen all night, but there is also plenty of time to drink, have a boogie and meet some all round ace people.
ARTISTS SHARING WORK:
- Rag and Bone Theatre
- Dane Winn
- Moxie Brawl
- Emma Louvelle
- Wigglyline Productions
- Fleur Alexander
- Anders Duckworth
- Krupa Chavda
- Natasha Hubert
The World by Bicycle - 12 mph Politics
Julian Sayarer: Author and record-breaking Cyclist in conversation with Kath Hibbert and Tony Curzon Price
16 December 2014
119 Farringdon Road, London, EC1R 3DA
Cycling is a metaphor for a way of life.
It encapsulates freedom, solidarity, vulnerability, effort, simplicity and equality. But all of these can also be turned into the hyperbole, gigantism & manipulation of big-sponsor adventure. Through 'Life Cycles' Julian Sayarer comments on the world he circumnavigated at a record-breaking 12mph.
Come to an evening of readings from 'Life Cycles' and discussion around the themes of globalisation, hospitality, adventure and hope.
Discussion will be chaired by:
Author of 'FREE: Adventures on the Margins of a Wasteful Society' (Ebury, 2010), and founder of social enterprise Dot Dot Dot
Tony Curzon Price
Tony was Editor-in-Chief of openDemocracy
from 2007 to 2012, where he is now contributing editor and technical director. He blogs at tony.curzon.com