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This short documentary film maps Performance Magazine’s history and legacy by bringing together original editors, guest contributors and others connected to the magazine to reflect on it over 30 years on.
A study of post-millennial solo performance in the UK and Western Europe that explores the contentious relationship between identity, individuality and neoliberalism.
Part of Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
The emergence of contemporary art, engaging widely with other disciplines, as a platform for exploring animal nature.
The first annual anthology of commissioned new work by queer authors.
Broadsheet for Lady Malcolm’s Servants’ Ball, the 2016 re-enactment of the 1920s and 1930s queer parties.
On Thursday October 2, 2014, LADA presented ALAG, its first-ever fundraising event, which took place at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern in London.
Includes DVDs, programmes, flyers. In two folders.
Includes: Icing (Oval House, 1978), Circus Lumiere, Abduction (ICA, 1992), Beauty and the Beast (1983), Paradise (ICA, 1989), Panic I, (Camden Music Festival, 1987), Panic II (Gardner Cente Brighton, 1987), Vulture Culture (Brisbane, 1987 and Henley Festival, 1984), Special Forces (Oval House, 1976), Jean Pool (1979) , War Dance (Nottingham Castle, 1989), Deadwood (Kew Gardnes, 1986), Senseless (ICA, 1983), Brightside (1984), Dinning with Alice (1999 and 2011), Fifty-Five Years of the Swallow and the Butterfly (Penzance, 1990), Glazed (Chapter, 1979), Giants (Birmingham Arts Lab, 1979), Entertaining Strangers (Lyric Hammersmith, 1986), Slips (1981), Son of Circus Lumiere (Edinburgh Festival, 1982), Why is Here There Everywhere Now? (Riverside Studios, 1991), Heart of Ice (The Place, 1987), String of Perils (Albany Empire, 1980), The Appeal (Channel 4, 1982), Tip Top Conditions (1981 and 1988), Dogs (Oval House, 1976)
Documentation of a day of screenings, conversations and presentations which explore, recover and communicate the history of performance art in London and the UK in the 1970s. The day includes a screening of William Raban’s film 72-82 (a history of art and performance at Acme Gallery, London), followed by a panel discussion with William Raban (Professor of Film at London College of Communication), and special guests; a conversation with Hilary Westlake and David Gale (Lumiere & Son); lectures by Naseem Khan, Anne Bean, and Marcia Farquhar; with a keynote by the historian Carolyn Steedman (Emeritus Professor of History, University of Warwick).
Boxset contains 40 DVDS documenting public events with contextualising texts. Shelved in Oversize section.
Programme Notes: Case studies for locating experimental theatre, revised and expanded second edition is a collection of commissioned essays, case studies and interviews reflecting the exciting and complex relationships between ‘mainstream’ stages and ‘experimental’ theatre practices. This revised and expanded edition includes the original contributions (from the first edition, published 2007) whilst illustrating some of the seismic shifts that have taken place across the theatre landscape of the UK since 2007 through profiles of the work of Manchester International Festival, National Theatre Scotland, BAC (Battersea Arts Centre) and Forest Fringe.
This item is part of the ‘Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art’ Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)