Sat 19th March 2022 - Sat 19th March 2022
19th March 2022 7:30pm - A dirty dive into the foundations of power, an injection of a new narrative!
An electrifying roar of fury, a rallying cry of protest and a unifying celebration of strength packed with heroism and heart. MEAT is a hybrid of gig theatre, poetry, drag, and dance featuring live original music. The story follows Jack from the age of 9 into her 30s, detailing her journey through puberty, misogyny, identity.
Jack is all of us; a victim, a phoenix, a superhero.
Cast & Crew -
Written by Elle Dillon-Reams
Music and composition by Emer Dineen and Porscha Present
Performed by Elle Dillon-Reams and Porscha Present
Movement directed by Melanie Gleeson
Creative styling and Photography by Rah Petherbridge
Produced by Beth Sitek
Award-winning writer/performer/poet, Elle Dillon-Reams' debut show, HoneyBEE sold-out fringe festivals leading her to win Best Newcomer in 2019, and she has worked with Richmix, Arcola, Tristan Bates, amongst others.
Emer Dineen is a London-Irish multidisciplinary performer & sound artist; ‘a Deitrich - esque cabaret star’ as described by The Stage. She has worked with the RSC, Glastonbury Festival, HOME Manchester, amongst others.
Porscha Present is an artist working across theatre, live arts & dance specialising in vocals & sound design and they have worked with Soho Theatre, Southbank Centre, Phoenix Arts Club, amongst others.
Produced by Beth Sitek, a queer, independent producer, having worked with Soho Theatre, The Pleasance and is a Youth Board Member at The Roundhouse.
Melanie Gleeson is an actress, movement director, graduate of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and RMIT University, and the co-founder of The Kindling Collective theatre company. Recent credits include: The Winter's Tale (Melbourne Shakespeare Company), Twelfth Night (Iris Theatre), When the Rain Stops Falling (Kindling Collective) and Sorry Fi Disturb Yuh by Russeni Fisher (Movement Dir.).
About the Venue -
Getting to Tramshed
There are great public transport links via bus, train, DLR and Thames Clippers. Please note there is no nearby street parking but there are a number of car parks nearby.
Access at Tramshed
There is access to each floor via stairs or lift. The shows will take place in the theatre on the ground floor which has level access. Toilets are all-gender and there are accessible toilets on the ground floor and 1st floor.
If you have any further questions about access or the venue please email [email protected].
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Found Arts Festival is supported by Arts Council England, Cultural Recovery Fund