Some changes to the line-up for this weekend. We welcome back Ally Nuttall who will entertain us with her storytelling, and the excellent Paula Varjack will perform a spoken word set for us.
In the Arts Room you can make your own badges and contribute to the Quiltbag Quilt!
We’ll be holding a raffle to raise money for OSARCC.
Tickets available on the door or online.
Hope to see you in the East Oxford Community Centre, 7:45 – 11:30!
More about the performers under the cut….
Paula Varjack is writer, theatre maker and filmmaker. Her work explores relationships, cities, and identity. She has performed at numerous arts festivals and cultural spaces including: Tate Modern, Glastonbury Festival, Berlin International Literature Festival, The Victoria & Albert Museum, Richmix, Battersea Arts Centre, The Southbank Centre and The Photographer’s Gallery. In addition to performing and producing events, she facilitates workshops with a wide range of age groups, using writing prompts and drama games to unblock creativity. Born in Washington to a British Father and Ghanaian Mother, out of the many places she has lived she considers east London to be “home”.
LETTIE MCKIE – SABOTAGEREVIEWS.COM
LEAH LARWOOD – AUTHOR
ANNIE PRICE – BRISTOL INTERMISSION
Alice Nuttall is a tea-swilling, lindy-hopping, perpetual student, who divides her time between Oxford and the various worlds in her head. She has been writing since she could hold a pen, and, at the age of twenty-nine, has just about finished school.