Friday 6 July, 12-4:30pm
4pm Public presentation starting at ONCA
Led by Ayesha Tansey (AUS) and the cast of ‘stuck’, you will undertake practical explorations utilising the Viewpoints method to generate short site-specific responses to Brighton Beach and ONCA using ‘the plastic ocean’ as impetus for creation.
What to bring:
- Your collection of plastic bags that you don’t want to throw away but don’t use.
- Clothes to move in.
- Water bottle.
- USB stick
This workshop includes a free ticket to ‘stuck’. All performances will be documented and shared with participants.
Ayesha Tansey is one of the founding members of HOAX. She is an actor and a creative producer who has studied at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in classical acting and Jaques Lecoq in Paris. She has worked with: Interactive Theatre International, RAF, Garnier, Allanah Madeline, Met Police, MKA: Theatre of New Writing, Les Foules, Miriam Austin, One Taste Cabaret. She is a creative member of the Culture and Ecology Network, the Young Vic Directors Program and Equity. HOAX CREDITS: stuck (2017), Hysterical (2016) Tack-On Tours: The Ugliest Buildings in London (2014-2015), and Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone (2015).
‘Tansey is exceptional, the comedic gem of this play’
Webley & Huxley ArtsHub
Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone RobertAdlam.com
‘Tansey: brilliant, if slightly unnerving.’
‘Unhinged, uncomfortable, unbridled. A must-see.’
The Ugliest Buildings in London. A Younger Theatre