At the OTHERS 6th February Properganda

6 February

at 19:00

The Others

6 and 8 Manor Road, Top Floor, Stoke Newington, N16 5SA London, United Kingdom

Join · Maybe · Decline

Invited by Sofia Alzira

A variety night of upcoming and visionary talent… an entertaining evening where you can WIN PRIZES!
Entry includes a FREE raffle ticket with treats including the “Stranger Danger Shot round”!

SHOW STARTS at 8 pm – DOORS Open 7pm
PRICE £5 before 9 pm, £7 after

It’s CARNIVAL in many places around the world this month… So dress up and win a bottle! Prizes for the best 2 dress ups!

FILM from Exploding Cinema back catalogue

Funny poetry & song from Fran Isherwood
“A wry, awry , word-playful gallop through the vagaries of life encountering mail stealing snails, lollipop ladies, scissor happy surgeons and tripe shops en route.”

Claire Benjamin – Burlesque comedy and Cabaret singer
“Decidedly surreal…Benjamin’s characters are inventive and delightful…deeply engaging, original characters… somewhere between character comedy and performance art…” FringeGuru. Claire Benjamin is a one woman powerhouse who brings a touch of glamour to any evening

Rebecca W Morris – “Poppies” the dying embers of the WW1 centenary, ‘Dame Poppycocks’ and the Jingoettes, are performing a fiercely patriotic homage. Channelling British sirens Vera Lynn and Joss Stone, The Nation’s Sweethearts, Dame Poppycocks will unite with pop divas from Japan, Brazil and France in a sexy celebration of old and new transatlantic allegiances.
The Jingoettes are:
Rebecca Morris, Manon Santi, Soon Park, Rafael Pera

Rebecca has showcased work at Buzzcut festival in Glasgow, Holloway arts festival, Camden’s Roundhouse, for Cryptic’s Sonic-A festival in Glasgow, and also in Summerhall arts venue in Edinburgh.

Molly Pharo is a performance artist, musician and writer and Artistic Director of Magic Maverick. She brings “Shipwrecked” a piece of performance poetry that breaks boundaries between artist and audience. Molly grew up belting her way through musical theatre productions (she has been known to blow toupees clean off the heads of unsuspecting balding men sitting far too close for comfort) until the age of 18 where she nurtured her fondness for monsters by training to work as a makeup artist (and wig maker- potentially to repent her days of bald shaming) for films and theatre.

Hunt and Mosinski Perform: “All Inclusive”
Daniel Hunt and Selina Mosinski are Nottingham based artists and performers. Their work is rooted in the process of collaboration, and explores the boundaries between popular and experimental performance. They are dedicated to the playful theft, manipulation and exploitation of existing forms and materials. Performances have occurred at various events around the country including; Emergency, Z Arts, Manchester; PEEP Anatomy, Edinburgh Fringe; Drunken Nights, Croydon; and the In Dialogue Symposium, Nottingham.

BAND and DJ until 1 am!


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