by Bryony Kimmings and Will Duke
with music from Tom Parkinson
A HOME Commission
Performance Artist Bryony Kimmings is single in lockdown and it’s smarting somewhat. Follow her through one long, lonely night after she finds the email address of a potential lover in a pile of belongings she has been sorting and decides to make an approach. Stifled creativity and memories of a simpler, freer time collide with white wine and boredom as Kimmings unravels from meet cute cutie to hard-drinking party girl through a range of familiar female stereotypes none of which are getting the desired response.
That familiar sinking feeling of the morning after a messy night before is compounded by no reply from her dream man and the onslaught of Covid anxiety in the cold light of day.
Will he ever message her back?!
Does she care?
Equipment supplied by Minky Productions.
Tickets are available as ‘Pay What You Can’ – the suggested price for this event is £10 – but there are a range of ticket prices so you can choose what you can afford from the options, including £0 as we want as many people as possible to access our Homemakers commissions.
We’ve also included a higher option for anyone who wants to take the opportunity to make a larger donation to our artists and organisations. How much you choose to pay is completely up to you, and every audience member will receive exactly the same content and experience.
All the money raised from ticket sales for this event will be split evenly with 50% going directly to the artist and 50% to HOME’s response fund to allow HOME to continue to support future artists and commissions.
Captioning: There is a Captioned version of this show. Instructions on how to access the captions will be emailed to all those who have booked tickets.
Audio Description: A link to the Audio Described version of this show will be emailed to all those who have booked tickets.
BSL: A link to the interpreted version will be emailed to all those who have booked tickets.
Homemakers Project Overview
Homemakers is a series of new commissions, where we invite our favourite artists to create work at home, for an audience who are also at home.
We’re not pretending that all art can be experienced online just as satisfactorily as in person; but we want to demonstrate the innovation of artists who work all kinds of forms, by inviting them to respond to this very specific context. We want to bring contemporary new performance to audiences all over the world, in all its form-flexing, mind-expanding, surprising subversive brilliance.
About Bryony Kimmings
Bryony Kimmings creates full‐length theatre shows, cabaret works, homemade music, sound installations as well as films and documentaries. Her work is larger than life, outrageous, visually loud, often dangerous, somewhat unpredictable but above all fun. Her work follows real‐life social experiments that she embarks upon with genuine genius, intrigue and wholehearted, fearless gusto.
Bryony’s work has been seen in galleries and theatres across the world, most recently at Frieze Art Fair, Soho Theatre, Antifest (Finland), Culturgest (Portugal), Fusebox Festival (Texas), The Southbank Centre, Brighton Festival, Duckie, The Roundhouse, The Barbican, Wales Millennium Centre, Latitude, The Secret Garden Party and Assembly.
Bryony was recently seen at HOME with her last show ‘I’m A Phoenix Bitch’.
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