Recommended for children aged 8+ and their families. This show and workshop runs from 10:00 - 11:30.
Join Studio resident Liz Clarke and her company for this anarchic workshop with your family. Celebrating all our identities and inspired by the narrative of her successful show I'm Bitter About Glitter, we will create magical lands and think big thoughts. We will use props, found poetry, sound and most importantly - your ideas - to discover our inner glitter gods and give them a chance to shine.
We will nourish conversation around finding the strength to be ourselves and what to do when the world seems a positively un-glittery place. We will finish with a joyous and riotous finale, with a few hidden surprises to take forward into our daily lives.
About Liz Clarke:
Liz explores themes of identity, conformity and acceptance on a personal and societal level. Her work lurks at the boundaries of cabaret, theatre and live art with a healthy dose of artifice and ridiculousness.
Liz's new project 'Liz Clarke is a Cyborg' fuses live art, feminist theory, neurology, pervasive media and dreamscapes to explore the notion the cyborg through an artistic and personal lens.
Liz Clarke & Company supports all types of people to take supported risks in performance making, using her practice and processes as a springboard. The work often re-imagines familiar spaces and supports people to discover new perspectives of themselves and their worlds.
Supported by Bristol City Council