Butterface, noun derogatory
An attractive woman with an undesirable face
‘She’s a Butterface. She’s hot: But. Her. Face’
An examination of expectation, transgression, self-acceptance and validation. Butterface is an evocative, provocative and visceral performance experience that challenges assumptions about the female body on display.
Vee is a graduate of the National Centre for Circus Arts and is a Leverhulme Award recipient.
Thanks to Theatre Deli
Fall into a musically diverse, multilingual escapade. Sometimes silly, often puzzling. We delve into platitudes, taboos, tangibility, big questions, and odd sensations to examine our relationship to love and loss.
Elliot Minogue-Stone presents two deeply quizzical performers wading through the emotional clutter of relationships. Join this hodgepodge mix of people sharing their vulnerability and foolishness. Expect to be allured, enticed and manipulated by this conceptual creation overrun with contradictions.
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Possibly the most fun science lecture you could hope to see, journey with jugglers Ben and Fred through a light-hearted discovery of several key scientific concepts.
Jugglers Ben and Fred met in the usual way: sharing tricks at a juggling convention. Both graduates of the National Centre for Circus Arts, London, they perform both individually and for various companies internationally.
Still in the early stages of working as a duet, together their work attempts to challenge the traditional narratives within circus or juggling performance. The Juggling of Science brings Ben’s background of engineering into the circus world, exploring what can be done with juggling in a performance environment.
Presented in partnership with Jacksons Lane
Venue: at The Place