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A disruptive, black-owned and black-curated platform demonstrating the viability of every artistic voice, and normalising inclusivity for all artists.
Club Culture epitomises Khaos’ disruptive approach to theatre-making, directly empowering artists & freelancers with a space to test new narratives/works and be a part of an artistic ecology which supports the role of art as much as it does the artist.
Led by Artistic Director James S Barnes. Recent work includes ‘Wolf and Dog’ by critically acclaimed writer, Martin Crimp at the Young Vic Theatre, and ‘Barbie Comes to Tea’ for Tarawa Firsts.
Cast & Creative Team Saturday 18th February, 22:00
An artist with boundless depth and fearless devotion, Naomi Banks is a vibrant new talent defined only by her lust for creative freedom.
The UK vocalist and songwriter emerged in 2019, after a number of appearances on stage singing for the likes of Laura Mvula and Lianne La Havas, and collaborating on a studio project with Keane. Inspired early on by studying everything from Jazz, electronica, R&B and soul, her career so far is less defined by any one genre as she firmly finds her lane in the altpop arena.
Saturday 25th February, 22:00
THEATRE - CYRANO DE BERGERAC by Edmond Rostand
Cast: Afia Abusham (ROXANE) Alamo Perez (CYRANO) and Tom Swale (CHRISTIAN)
Director: James S Barnes
Yasmin Alexandra Beck performs '
Saturday 11th March, 22:00
DEEP INSIDE, Club Culture, The Summer Of Love 1988
SLB Creatives is taking you on a journey through the vibrant and inspiring heritage of Club Culture, where it all began right through to where it's taken our culture today. An experience as educational as it is nostalgic; this live action multi media performance - arising from Jamie Rose's documentary, Club culture, Summer of Love 1988, and led by creator Shaquille Brush - will touch you deep inside your soul.