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Summary

We will plug you in to Rotterdam! WORM’s infamous 360 degree” stage/bar brings a colourful cast of actors, performance artists and young talent, who, collectively, showcase the bustling, theatrical nightlife of the Port City. Expect Love Imams, Gabbers, Working Class Cabaret and lashings of tainted love… And – at 3pm on Friday 23rd – an “Avangardistic Opening Ritual” by The Performance Bar themselves!

The Performance Bar is also very proud to announce a veritable cornucopia of Hull-based performance artists who will showcase their work during the residency. Names are: William Vinegrad; Kenneth Jilles; Glen Davidson; YOL; GRACE GRACE GRACE; The Animal Sister; Graham Beck; Counting to Zero; Sue Holston and MAMBO JAMBO.

Friday 23rd

– William Vinegrad’s work “is about appreciating the natural world, raising it higher than the sky for admiration.” William Vinegrad is part of Ground. (5pm.)
– Kenneth Jilles will perform a creation based around the work of Olivier De Sagazan. (7:30pm.)
– Glenn Davidson and Sue Caulfield will perform a contemporary piece; ‘The Big Boss Travelling Freak Show’ that includes use of cages, cling film, rope and a surrealist soundtrack. (8pm.)
– YOL is a Hull-based performer who works with mouth noise and other found objects.  (10pm.)

Friday 23rd: Performance Bar’s Artist Times:

3pm. 3:30pm. 8:30pm. 9:30pm. 10:30pm.

Saturday 24th

– GRACE GRACE GRACE “Punk and FLUXUS, we lived it darling!” Grace is a collective of women who identify as older. They perform gender, ageing and much more. (4:30pm.)
– Sally – The Dyr Sister makes lots of noise with a variety of instruments and a loop pedal. (7pm.)
– Graham Beck is described as a ‘mature punk doing something entertaining’. Beck has a large repertoire of original songs. (9:30pm.)
– Counting to Zero is a sonic artist performing live punk dance music based on synthesisers played on Nintendo DS and battery powered samplers. (10:30pm.)

Saturday 24th: Performance Bar’s Artist Times:

2pm. 3:50pm. 7:30pm. 9pm. 10pm.

Sunday 25th

– Sue Holston “A pair of senile delinquents who operate through the realm of rhyming and rhythmic poetry.” (4:30pm.)
– Mambo Jambo are ​musical explorers and multi-instrumentalists, might just be the biggest acoustic duo you’ll ever. (5pm.)

Sunday 25th: Performance Bar’s Artist Times:

3pm.

So: find yourself amongst poets, dancers, provocateurs, actors, outcasts, singers, performers, DJ’s and all kind of other artistic creatures. Come one, come all: from your scally poet pals, to the members of your mum’s church choir. And remember, no event lasts longer than the time taken to drink your pint.

Venue

64 Humber Street
HU1 1TU
01482 323484

http://www.humberstreetgallery.co.uk

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Venue Access

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Assistance Dogs
  • Baby Changing
  • Level Access
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 8pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 6pm