Credits

Co-curated by Kristine Landon-Smith and Neela Dolezalova

Directed by Kristine Landon-Smith

Tamasha in partnership with Kristine Landon-Smith & Associates present

 

I Walk in your Words

Saturday 24 November 2018, 6pm | Streatham Space Project

 

Enjoy a 45 minute performance by Tamasha Developing Artists, directed by former Tamasha Artistic Director and co-founder, Kristine Landon-Smith. And then get to put your questions to Kristine and her creative team in the 15 minute post-show Q&A session!

 

Authentic, funny yet poignant, I Walk in Your Words features a collection of personal stories, performed headphone verbatim by Tamasha Developing Artists.  

After a week of training by former Artistic Director of Tamasha, Kristine Landon-Smith, actors will perform the thoughtful, touching and often laugh-out-loud words they hear through headphones of the taped and edited interviews each actor has conducted with local residents during the previous week.

This unique technique gives theatre artists the tools to respond rapidly to the issues of the day providing immediate, nimble and authentic pieces touching on both the political and personal experience. The result will be a series of unpredictable, tender, funny and honest testimonies that will have you at the edge of your seat.

Last February's scratch was a joyful success. So join us in the latest I Walk in Your Words series with Kristine and her creative team, including for a post-show Q&A on making a show in a week!

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Date: Saturday, 24 November 2018, 6pm
Venue: Streatham Space Project, Sternhold Avenue, London, SW2 4PA
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"You released and honoured voices never heard. We know the power of theatre but my goodness the impact can still catch you unexpectedly. Straight to the heart." Audience Member (I Walk In Your Words, 2017)

"Kristine is one of the best and one of my all time favourite directors. She is amazing!" Parminder Nagra (Tamasha's A Tainted Dawn and Fourteen Songs, ER, Bend it like Beckham)

"Love the Tamasha scratch nights. Always interesting, challenging, great way for artists to try stuff out." Audience Member