In this special edition of Live From The Dining Room, spoken word and music come together with two great acts for the last night of our mental health week:-
Haus of Yosef – Presents a preview of Dirty Rebirth. In this performance two artists will bare all in a ritualistic display designed to heal themselves and connect to others. A collage of inter-disciplinary performance art woven from autobiographical accounts and a unique therapeutic practice. An exploration of mental disorders and a celebration of self-help. Warning: sensitive subject matter.
Emily Rose Teece – The frontperson for Leicester trashpopsters Kermes and noisemaker for local dronesters Anatomy. She writes songs about gender dysphoria, depression, and other fun things. People have occasionally been known to enjoy these songs!
We’re on our summer hols, but just wanted to let you know that our Autumn 2018 season is now on our web site, and it’s full of contemporary drama, poetry, music, comedy and film. We’ve got a blockbuster Christmas musical too (ow.ly/ckoM30kWLcF) pic.twitter.com/hz8nf3PoFo
One of our fabulous front of house volunteers (Rachael) is walking 100Km on 13 July to raise money for Oxfam and The Gurkha Welfare Trust. So if you fancy making a donation, then please head to this Just Giving page (ow.ly/BseY30kg0NJ) pic.twitter.com/KCubLJejzQ
So that's the Spring 2018 season done and we're now on our summer holidays. A huge thank you to all our fabulous volunteers for putting on 96 shows in 6 months. We're back in September with our eclectic mix of drama, poetry, music, comedy and film. pic.twitter.com/LvrPHVAmxB
We finish our Spring 2018 season tonight at 8.00pm with comedian Jon Pearson on stage with his laid back storytelling style, life experiences and anecdotes that will have you in hysterics (ow.ly/Ke7a30ktkiw) £5 pic.twitter.com/XCa6AzTMus