Re-Staging Revolutions launch

Our exhibition Re-Staging Revolutions was launched on Sunday, November 10th, 2013 at Ovalhouse where it will stay until December 21st, 2013.

The exhibition, dedicated to Kate Crutchley (Oval House programmer, 1981-91) was opened for us by Bill Patterson (7:84) with speeches from Deborah Bestwick (Ovalhouse Director), Susan Croft and Jessica Higgs. Susan later ran a live interview with members of the Pip Simmons theatre group.

The Launch was a joyous celebration of Alternative Theatre and attended by many of those interviewed for the exhibition and our newly created Company webpages:

Action SpaceArtaud CompanyBelt and BracesBeryl and the PerilsBlack Theatre Co-opBlood GroupBLOOLIPSBloomersBristol ExpressBrixton FaeriesBroadside Mobile Workers’ TheatreBubbleCharacter LadiesClean BreakCrystal Theatre of the SaintFoco NovoForkbeard FantasyGay SweatshopGeneral WillGraeaeHard CorpsHesitate and DemonstrateHormone ImbalanceIncubusInter-ActionLes Oeufs MaladesMikronMonstrous RegimentMouth and TrousersMrs Worthington’s DaughtersOptikPhantom CaptainRecreation GroundRed LadderSadista SistersSalakta BalloonSal’s Meat MarketScarlet HarletsSidewalkSpare TyreSpin/StirStiraboutTheatre of Black WomenTheatre CentreTheatro TechnisWakefield TricylceWandsworth WarmersWelfare StateWherehouse La MaMa.

In the New Year the exhibition moves onto Kentish Town Community Centre and then onto Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre for February – April, 2014. The launch was the culmination of our year’s work funded by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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