Time: 7:15 pm to Midnight
Time: 7:15 pm to Midnight
A series of podcasts from Chris Goode & Company, focusing on theatre and performance, poetry and music, arts and ideas with guests including Andrea Brady, John Hall, and Francesca Lisette.
Chris Goode reading in July 2011 and his spin on The Other Room interview series questions
Chris Goode will be reading at the next Other Room on 20th July, along with Jonny Liron and Tamarin Norwood. Chris is a theatre maker and poet and also edited Better Than Language, an anthology of new modernist poetries. The Lean Upstream site documents a month-long series of work in November 2009 . His own blog is Thompson’s Bank of Communicable Desire.
A one month advance notification of our next event at The Old Abbey Inn on Manchester Science Park, featuring Chris Goode, Jonny Liron and Tamarin Norwood. Entry to The Other Room is always free, but you can RSVP us at http://theotherroom.eventbrite.com/ if you’d like to let us know that you are coming. There will, as always, be a book table loaded with publications from not only the readers themselves but also other magazines, books and objects from the north west’s ever expanding avant small publishing scene. Details of our three performers below. Previews of each performer will appear here over the next month.
Chris Goode is a writer and experimental maker who has been described by the Guardian as “British theatre’s greatest maverick talent”. Recent projects include OPEN HOUSE for West Yorkshire Playhouse, KEEP BREATHING for London Word Festival, WHERE YOU STAND for Queer Up North, GLASS HOUSE for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, WHO YOU ARE for Tate Modern, and KISS OF LIFE for Sydney Opera House. He was also a member of the international touring cast of Tim Crouch’s multi-award-winning play THE AUTHOR. As a poet he has published three chapbooks with Barque Press, and was featured in the Chicago Review British Poetry issue in 2007. He released THE HISTORY OF AIRPORTS: Selected texts for performance 1995-2009′ through his own Ganzfeld imprint, and has now edited an anthology of younger poets, ‘BETTER THAN LANGUAGE’, which will be published in July 2011. He has been blogging at Thompson’s Bank of Communicable Desire (http://beescope.blogspot.com) since 2006. Chris is an Artsadmin Associate Artist.
Jonny Liron is an experimental writer and performer. His performances include: with Chris Goode: Hey Mathew (Theatre in the Mill, Bradford), King Pelican (Drum Theatre, Plymouth), Glass House (Deloitte Ignite ’09 at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden) and, as associate artist, The Adventures of Wound Man and Shirley (Queer Up North / UK tour); and with Jeremy Hardingham: Recovery (Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio, Cambridge) and Experience Dante (siteresponsive, various Cambridge locations).
Tamarin Norwood is an artist and writer. She has recently performed at Tate Britain, for the Maintenant poetry series and for the London Word Festival, and is completing an artist residency at the Chisenhale Gallery, London. Her first artist book “DO SOMETHING” was published by (U)LS in 2009. She has since published issues I-VI of art writing pamphlet “Text As” (Press, 2010) and her forthcoming book “was” will be published next year (LemonMelon Press). Recent critical and experimental texts on the blurring of art/life and words/things have appeared in activate Journal, a-n magazine, Cannon and for the Live Art Development Agency. In 2008 she co-founded art writing platform antepress with whom she has produced live and printed work for the ICA, Whitechapel Gallery, Art on the Underground and Resonance 104.4FM. She has taught art writing workshops at Central St Martins and has spoken on language and translation in her artwork at Spike Island, Cambridge University and SE8 Gallery. Tamarin holds first class degrees from Oxford University (2004) and Central Saint Martins (2007) in Linguistics & Medieval Italian and Fine Art respectively, and gained her MFA in Art Writing at Goldsmiths (2010). More at http://www.tamarinnorwood.co.uk
A double bill – talk and performances – of polyvocalia at Birkbeck. Monday 20 June. Free and all
6pm, 43 Gordon Square, Room 124
Cris Cheek, ‘Before I am Anything Else: provisional transatlantic communities in polyvocal poetic
& then around the corner…
7.15pm, 32 Tavistock Square
Lawrence Upton, Chris Goode, Cris Cheek, Holly Pester & others revisit work by Sumner, bpnichol,
Basinski, Cobbing, MacLow & other scores, poems and possibilities
An exciting series of events already brewing. Advance notice for those of you booking your holidays to the south of France. All at The Old Abbey Inn, Manchester, 7pm start unless stated.
April 6th – Ken Edwards, Alec Finlay, Carrie Etter & Derek Henderson
June 7th – Steve McCaffery, Karen Mac Cormack, Geraldine Monk, Alan Halsey (THE OTHER ROOM IN ASSOCIATION WITH INFORMATION AS MATERIAL IN LEEDS – TIME AND VENUE TBC)
June 8th – Steve McCaffery & Karen Mac Cormack
July 20th – Chris Goode, Jonny Liron & Tamarin Norwood
August 24th – Phil Terry, Rachel Lois Clapham & David Berridge