I’m performing a monologue this Monday 19 June, at the Poplar Union.
Scratch, Crackle & POP! showcases the work of writers, performers and poets in the early stages of development, giving audiences a taste of upcoming and developing shows.
7pm- 10pm Ticket are FREE, just turn up.
Address: 2 Cotall St, Poplar, London, E14 6TL
Luke Hull: Circa ’94
Lust for love, lust for live, judge or be judged. As my tumultuous past slowly unravels before you, just think to yourself what are you hiding in plain sight? Lust for love, lust for live, judge or be judged.
Dale Pearson: Title TBC
An exploration of how the dry, barren California desert can embody abstract human emotions. This piece was developed during Poplar Union’s ‘Peeling Back Places’ writing workshop lead by Dale Pearson.
Annie Rockson: Say Our Names
This poetic conversation focuses on the importance of rehumanising people through their stories. It declares everyone’s right to be recognised and shows empowerment through self actualisation. Follow poets on a personal and powerful journey as they explore what really is in a name…?
Sangeeta Pillai Lander: Soul Sutras
A reading of the first chapter of Sangeeta’s debut novel ‘Soul Sutras’- a tantalising tale that will leave you wanting more…
Sophie Woolley: Clear
A monologue about the emotional duality of becoming a cyborg, based on Woolley’s personal experience of hearing and deafness.
Cameron Cook: It All
Cameron Cook performs an eclectic, high-energy, low-budget one-man performance, spawned out of uncertainty, anxiety, and residual optimism about it all.
Tim McNiven & Sam Rix: Miserable Les
A first taste of the hilariously tragic and tragically hilarious brand new musical- Miserable Les.