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CLOUT! CHAV / Plankton / Why is Everyone So Sh*t?

Why is Everyone So Sh*t? by Danielle Vitalis
Theatre A commentary on loneliness and individualism, the harsh effects and how we cover up what it is wrong with us, to be accepted in society.

Plankton by Francesca Bailey, Mark Donald and Ben Callon.
Theatre/comedy. Jennifer and Max are on a first date. A nice, normal first date. A nice, normal, slightly duplicitous first date. A nice, normal, entirely duplicitous first date based on a complete and utter lie.

Exploring the increasing claustrophobia and anxiety of living in a technologically advanced landscape, Plankton takes a comic look at what it means to maintain a sense of self-worth in the modern world.

CHAV  by Kelly Green   
A work in progress performance piece by artist/academic/activist/single mum Kelly Green who is sick and tired of being told that now she is doing a PhD she is no longer working class.  She has learnt the class drag for middle-class people and spaces, to be heard and seen because let’s face it, no one takes a CHAV seriously?

Thursday 19 July 2018 - 7pm
Tickets
£8.00, Concessions £5.00

CLOUT! Fatty Fat Fat / The Siblings

The Siblings by Grace Duggan  
An interrogation of our cultural double standards as we enter a new era of how our body image affects our class, our diversity, and our outlook on others; because sometimes our family is our harshest critic

Fatty Fat Fat by Katie Greenall -
A funny, frank and provocative semi-autobiographical one-person show. Movement, spoken word and the Cha-Cha Slide. It’s about living in a body the world wants to hate.

Friday 20 July 2018 - 7pm
Tickets
£8.00, Concessions £5.00

CLOUT! Gated Community

Handheld Arts Gated - Community 
8 short shadow puppetry stories spoofing classic horror films. 


Sunday 22 July 2018 - 7pm
Tickets
£8.00, Concessions £5.00

CLOUT! @ LIVEWIRE Quiet Loner / Jake Lyne

Longstanding Barking live music night Livewire hosts a CLOUT! special with Beautiful protest folk from Manchester's Quiet Loner and Jake Lyne's 'We Could all be dead tomorrow'. Music-led performance links power ballad party with political revolution. Work in progress scratch performance.
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Thursday 26 July 2018 - 7pm
Tickets
£5.00, Concessions £3.00

CLOUT! In Search of Myself / BonQrz / Stroke Survivors Story

Stroke Survivor Story by Anna Higgs 
A story of life a stroke survivor

BONQRs by Narin Oz 
Comedy After a series of disastrous life choices Narin Oz decided to become a budgerigar.

In Search of Myself by Distracting Cats Productions 
An up-close, personal look at the impact of bipolar disorder on a couple’s relationship.

Friday 27 July 2018 - 7pm
Tickets
£8.00, Concessions £5.00

CLOUT! Form / Swiss Army Knife / The Stop

The Stop by Belisa BranÇas  
A physical exploration of the nomadic experience, borders and restricted places as well as the development of one’s identity when he/she is not fully settled or at home.

Swiss Army Knife by Meta4 Dance Company  
You can get anything done with a good tea break!

Form by Rendered Retina  
A non-verbal, comedic and moving journey of escape with 20,000 paper balls.

Saturday 28 July 2018 - 7pm
Tickets
£8.00, Concessions £5.00

CLOUT! 5 night festival pass £35

CLOUT! festival. 5 show discount pass.  

Purchase this pass if you would like to see 5 shows at a discounted rate.  Once purchased please email boxoffice@studio3arts.org.uk with the shows that you would like to see.

CLOUT! Closing party. Jazz Is Joy / 6 Song Soapbox

6 Song Sopabox A solo dance work by Lindy Nsingo  
Ruminations, frustrations, observations, passing judgements sweeping statements, shadiness, witty anecdotes and banal comments, devised in the moment. 

Jazz Is Joy  by Nicola Mac Company
Bringing Jazz back; in colour.

Sunday 29 July 2018 - 7pm
Tickets
£8.00, Concessions £5.00

CLOUT! Full festival pass £60

CLOUT!  Full festival pass allows access to all shows.