A Cockpit Production
10TH - 12TH JUNE 2016
Plus a good deal of very lively debate, screenings and more - not just in the main theatre, but in off-stage spaces and the intimate bar within our 1960’s building.
ON THE DOOR DAY TICKETS: £15
EARLYBIRD FULL WEEKEND PASS: £25
A Day Ticket allows you to see all the shows, talks and events for that day.
Even better, purchase a Weekend Pass and come to all 3 days with unlimited access.
Dave Wybrow, Artistic Director of the Cockpit says:
‘We're a theatre of ideas and disruptive panache, and we want to program work with strong feelings about the limitations as well as the joys of Family Life As We Know It - especially now that scientific and social developments are making radical change increasingly possible. It’s also an opportunity to invite Liverpool's espected arts champion and living treasure Roger Hill to London to co-curate live art; a genre he has been working internationally within for decades, when not teaching at the Liverpool Institute for performing Arts, advising national and local government on cultural provision, hosting his weekly radio show or performing as Mandy Romero”.
About Roger Hill
Roger Hill is a freelance director, performer, arts and education consultant, writer, lecturer and broadcaster. He has presented the nation’s longest running alternative music programme on BBC Radio Merseyside for nearly 35 years. Having played a prominent part in the development of Youth Theatre; he began his professional career at a director at the Liverpool Everyman Theatre in the 1980’s.
He has taught Live Art at Liverpool Hope University, and his own Live Art work, as the performance “other”, Mandy Romero, includes positions as Associate Live Artist at the Liverpool Bluecoat Arts Centre, an Arts Council Fellowship in Live Art based at the Cable Factory in Helsinki, work with Tate Liverpool, and a series of photo-documented performance actions in the Pearl River Delta in Southern China. His recent work involves autobiographical performance pieces, and excerpts from his 40 years of diaries, “My Book Of Days”, are now published on Amazon Kindle.