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 I will be performing the developing Show for 3 nights,  23-25 May 2018 at the October Gallery. Old Gloucester Street W1. 

It is almost exactly a year since my diagnosis on  March 30th 2017  with  Ataxia, a degenerative neurological condition for which there is currently no cure.

This show, JOLLY is about maintaining balance, acumen and ability to banter and make music while wading through the detritus of the past year. There will be songs. Jack Klaff has been an outside eye, sounding board, friend and help in making this happen.

  At the moment my Ataxia  is not so bad, I cannot run or jump and I waddle a bit but the prognosis  is not so great – I don’t know whether it will get bad  next year or in 25 I have a sense of urgency about making the show happen.

In January 2018 I went to Köln in Germany to work on music for the show with the kind and excellent Ekki Maas who is donated his expertise and some  studio time in exchange for a meal for his lovely family. I will be performing some of this music and there will be recordings for sale

I am currently raising the  budget for the the next stage which will enable me to use lights, pay other performers, projections.

JOLLY is  an audience friendly show,  light economically and logistically to tour nationally and internationally.

£3 from each ticket sold  will go to  Ataxia research.

Either speak directly to me or you can contribute on my crowdfunding page at  https://www.gofundme.com/a-jolly-little-new-show-with-songs




A performance piece by and for communities, groups, families, companies and collective memory.

Take a big local event, something celebratory like an election, a sports team winning a championship, starting business, a carnival or an anniversary, a birth

Anyone can participate who has some memory or association with the event.

Encourage all ages to be involved, so best to choose an event not too old ( within the last 20 years), Whatever it is, an important event memorable and celebratory.
In an age where there is increasing distrust of human memory,
where our experience and communication is increasingly digitally mediated,

THE BIG REMEMBERING is a piece that makes an event of the act of remembering,

an event that brings people together.

Like my piece, Facedances,this is a piece that can be made and remade in different situations.

Currently as an imaginary performance, the theatre course at Dartington in the long distant yesterdays is the current focus of THE BIG REMEMBERING. See the forthcoming edition of Training Grounds, November 18





A lecture with video and slides telling the story of Facedances, my video project that was made and remade 11 times in seven different European countries of people dancing with their face to their favourite music and how I assembled library of over 1000 Facedances