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Marikiscrycrycry presents

$elfie$

  • Saturday 25 November 7.30pm

Marlborough Theatre

60 mins

£9.5/£7.5 concessions

$elfie$ is is the third performance work in a series built around the ontologies of Black and Queer aesthetics against our current political moment.

Operating with an expanded and leaky choreographic proposition, $elfie$ reneges the imprints of the contemporary moment and places them in high-relief. In full view, it suggests another world that looks at/away from/and fiercely transverses the emotional landscapes of allostatic load (the wear and tear of the body due to repeated stress) alongside unabashed, unapologetic joyousness, the advent of political melancholia and ambivalence to extreme forms of desire and violence.

An unravelling work, $elfie$ holds the mirror to the audience and at the same time extricates itself into an existential and resistant aesthetic force–and that force says no to authoritarianisms stranglehold on our present and future aesthetics.

Marikiscrycrycry is Malik Nashad Sharpe’s choreographic project.

$elfie$ is commissioned by Fierce and The Marlborough Pub and Theatre, Brighton and supported by Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts and Diverse Actions with additional support from Chisenhale Dance Space.

Supported by University of Sussex Drama Department and the Centre for Sexual Dissidence.

Join us for an after show chat with Malik and acclaimed dance artist Jamila Johnson Small (Project O, last yearz interesting negro).

Choreography: marikiscrycrycry
Performers: Malik Nashad Sharpe and Kam Wan
Creative Director: Shaheeda Sinclair
Make Up: Robyn Fitzsimons
Producer: Giulia Casalini
Creative Director: Shaheeda Sinclair
Set Design: Sisters From Another Mister
Dramaturgy: Martin Hargreaves
Video Director and Editor: Kassandra Powell
Video Music: Caramelo – Wassermann youtu.be/Ve8o7QdbOi8 | instagram.com/shallow.melo/

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If you have a Companion/PA then they can accompany you for free, please send an email to info@marlboroughtheatre.org.uk to arrange a ticket, and let us know if you have any further access requirements. Ear plugs are available upon request. 

We have a hearing loop in the theatre, you can connect to the induction loop via your hearing aid. Do this by switching your hearing aid to the T position.



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