'Maybe I Should Freeze my Eggs'
'To Lose You,'
Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Webber Douglas Studios, June 2011
A scratch based work performed to BA: Acting Collaborative and Devised students at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. The piece followed the breakdown of a relationship and played with themes of love, music and deteriorating mental health.
Camden Roundhouse, June 2012
A short devised piece exploring loss and love, written in verse and song and sprinkled with acoustic versions of ABBA tunes. This poetical scratch was performed in a workshop lead by Yael Shavit and Inua Ellams. This piece was later performed at The Poet and The Beat 2012; a live music and poetry event curated by poet and DJ James Massiah.
'Biscuit. I've Kept you Half'; Sections from Beckett's 'Endgame'
The Mall Galleries, May 2013
Sections of Beckett’s Endgame performed as a live installation piece in collaboration with fine artists Bartholomew Beal and Eleanor Watson.
'Blood and Muscle'
Upstairs at The Ritzy, Brixton, June 2013
A devised piece exploring themes of grief, love and isolation. This piece was commissioned as part of the Poet and the Beat 2013, by James Massiah.
'Christmas Clowns; Walk About Town'
East Dulwich Christmas Cracker, Dec 6th 2014 (combined arts street festival)
A site-specific promenade piece that saw Theatre with Legs take to the Streets of East Dulwich full of merry mischief and fun! Commissioned by Angelica Burrill.
The A and The E collective’s spoken word and performance night (hosted by James Massiah) Bussey Building/ CFL Art Café, Peckham, March 2015
For this night we produced and performed a selection of poetry shorts, including ‘The Money Poem’ taken from our full length production ‘Maybe I Should Freeze my Eggs’.
Bussey Building/ CFL Art Café, Peckham, June 2015
This was a series of short performance poems exploring the themes of dating, rejection and love. It was in support of Geranium Theatre Company and their full length production ‘Paradise’.
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Theatre with Legs' first full lengh production. Performed at the Etcetra theatre, 2014, New Wimbledon Studio, 2014, Brainchild Festival, 2015.
The production was described by A Younger Theatre as having "Vivid scenes that gave a physical voice to the inner workings of these women, resulting in a vast spectrum of emotion that seemed to turn as quickly as the mind can."
And by Remote Goat as "A show that transcended the stage and became a conversation. Theatre with Legs is certainly not afraid to push its audience and challenge spectators."