A Brighton flat caught between two timelines and personalities.
Your host Jolie Booth welcomes you into her squat in 2002, before transporting you away in space and time, to the home of Anne Clarke during 70s Bohemian Brighton. A semi-autobiographical one-woman show based around found objects.
With a strong connection with her audience, Jolie will soon make you feel at home in her cosy living room with hypnotic OHP, cushions, incense, tequila and nibbles. Her soothing and passionate storytelling interweaves Anne’s real letters and diaries with vestiges from her own life to reveal an immediate and clear association.
“An authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism”
Sick of the Fringe
“We are invited to explore questions around memory, tribe, kinship, and connections between lives”
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility
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