PACE+ On Stage 1


#FindYour Talent

Screenings, Performances & Conversations - showcasing the work of international PACE artists followed by Q&A

Guest artists include Kenneth Uphopho and Bola Stephen-Atitebi from the multi award-winning production of Esther’s Revenge - an experiential play inspired by true events exploring themes around race, colonisation, violence against women, political and social injustice.

Performers include Scottish-Nigerian jazz-folk-soul singer-songwriter and guitarist. Bumi Thomas and Mercy Nabirye will be showcasing the work of Kauma Arts.

Also on the line up are Joshua Alabi and Angela Peters of Kininso Koncepts - a creative organization from Nigeria established to entertain, inform, educate, challenge and transform the intellectual, social, and cultural perspectives of communities using theatre, film, documentary and creative strategy. Applying unique storytelling techniques, performance styles and deeply rooted research in culture and tradition, Kininso utilise creativity, technology, stories, and design innovation to tell authentic African and contemporary stories, to challenge the status quo, and to shift perceptions.


THIS EVENT IS PART OF THE CULTURE CONNEX FESTIVAL SEASON IN COLLABORATION WITH URBANFLO, PACE, BRIGHTON FRINGE, BRIGHTON PRIDE, IRONWORKS STUDIOS & BN1 ARTS

Company: urbanflo / PACE (Pan-African Creative Exchange)

Genre: Events & Films

Duration: 150 mins


This event has an interval.


Venues: Ironworks Studios (Studio A)


Venue Accessibility:

Assistance Dogs Welcome Assistance Dogs Welcome

Wheelchair Accessible Wheelchair Accessible

Accessible Toilet Accessible Toilet


Age suitability:
16+ (Guideline)


Babes in Arms policy:
Under 2's are not allowed at this event.


Content Warnings:

None

 Audience Interaction Audience Interaction

 Strong Language Strong Language

 References to Mental Illness References to Mental Illness

 References to Sexual Abuse References to Sexual Abuse

 References to Suicide/Self Harm References to Suicide/Self Harm

 Depictions and references to Violence Depictions and references to Violence


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May 28, 2024

7.30pm

Ironworks Studios (Studio A)

Standard: £8

Conc: £5


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