Drunken Chorus

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NEW PERFORMANCES - with British Sign Language

 

Drunken Chorus are back with a brand new solo show about indie disco, mental health and a boat trip through the pitch black Yorkshire night. Love and then Lighthouses premieres at The Sick of the Fringe at Camden People’s Theatre, alongside five short solo performances from mentored young artists, in collaboration with Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre. All performances include integrated BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE interpretation. For more information and booking details CLICK HERE. 18 & 19 February 2017




Drunken Chorus is a contemporary performance company and registered charity working across a variety of forms, including theatre, installation, cabaret events and durational pieces. Whilst the company's work often changes dramatically from one project to the next, it has at its core a strong visual style. The work often plays with theatrical landscapes through text, soundscapes and movement sequences. Drunken Chorus are constantly seeking to explore new ground, to find new ways of making work - from text-based comedy, to a wordless horror performance - nothing is ever off the table! 

 

Artistic Director: Chris Williams

Co-Director: Sheena Holliday

 

Board Members:

Cathy Naden

Stephen Coltrane

Lottie Tupholme

Dan Farrell

 

Registered Charity Number: 1161841

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