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Mo, 20.3.2017 19:30
HIP - A ONE WOMAN SHOW BY JOLIE BOOTH
limit:16+, The show will be in English!
Run time: 90 minutes no interval
An interactive theatre show by Jolie Booth, producer of the
award-winning Backstage in Biscuit Land... A squatter makes her way up
to a long-forgotten flat above a shop in the centre of Brighton. A flat
full of someone else’s past. A women’s hip bone lies on the side,
amongst diaries, letters and clutter. In a tale of addiction, sexuality,
mortality, choices and enlightenment, she embarks on a journey to
discover how one might avoid dying alone, and losing one’s hip bone in
Writer, artist and producer, Jolie Booth created Kriya Arts in 2003 as a cutting edge arts and production company with a passion for making creative and innovative work in a variety of mediums. Jolie's interests cover a wide range of practices and she has worked with many highly respected artists such as Jess Thom, Jess Mabel Jones, Brian Lobel, Emma Kilbey, Max Barton Angela De'Castro and spent six years training and performing with the world famous fool Jonathan Kay.
Jolie began her career aged just ten years old when she started working at Kentwell Hall, an award winning Tudor Re-enactment, from which emerged the Suffolk Howlers, a travelling troubadour of mummers players with whom she still performs with today.
In 2002 Jolie created and edited Flow Magazine, a radical feminist webzine - one of the first of its kind, and included contributors such as Julie Burchill.
She became a semi-finalist in the 2003 "So you think you're funny?" stand-up comedy awards performing on the main stage at the Guilded Ballon as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
In 2003 Jolie trained in contemporary clowning with Angela De Castro and became a member of the HaHaHarmonics choir. Off the back of this she then supported John Jordon (of Reclaim the Streets) with setting up and training the Clandestine Rebel Clown Army (CIRCA).
In 2004 she moved to a large squat in Berlin and became part of the Piratinnen Puppeteen theatre company, who travelled around squat bars presenting videos and puppetry performances on the theme of piracy.
From 2005 to 2008 she worked as part of a new media collective called Nothing to See Here Productions specialising in building websites, music promos, short films and branding, working with the likes of Fat Boy Slim, Alice Russell, Quantic Soul Orchestra and Juliette Lewis.
During this time she also worked with artists such as Matt Sewell and Adam James on live art events such as the first ever You, Me, Bum Bum Train and Nordic Larping.
From 2007 to 2008 she trained in acting at the Academy of Creative Training.
In 2008 she began working with the world famous fool Jonathan Kay as a performer and his producer. She created and trained in the Nomadic Academy for Fools from which emerged the professional company Theatre of Now of which she was a member.
From 2012 until 2015 she produced Tangram Theatre's multi-award winning Scientrilogy and from 2014 Jolie produced and performed a cameo part (as a cat dressed as a nun) in the award winning Backstage in Biscuit Land by Touretteshero, which was selected for the British Council Showcase and iF Platform in 2015.
Jolie's first novel The Girl Who'll Rule the World was published by the King's Men Press in 2016.
Her first one woman show HIP premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016 to critical acclaim.
PRESS QUOTES AND REVIEWS
For full reviews please go to... http://kriyaarts.co.uk/praise-for-hip
Thoughtful review from The Sick of the Fringe
'extremely funny… painfully and breathtakingly sad’ ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
‘a thoughtful celebration’ ★★★★ Fringe Guru
‘a deeply personal story… We are kept laughing and engaged throughout’ ★★★★ The Reviews Hub
‘Hip is a must see show' HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Fringe Review
'an authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism.' The Sick of the Fringe
'hugely enjoyable, engaging and at times profound' Total Theatre