Saturday 30 October 2010

AiR Supply 'Test Launch'

Thankyou all for coming down to The Resistance Gallery this Thursday. Some how, we got over 90 people through the door, performances went smoothly, the films looked great, and a load of magazines and even the Guardian turned up (Though they are writing a piece about underground art movements...considering the gallery also hosts live 'art sex' parties and mexican wrestling nights, he may have picked the wrong evening..).
We were apparently the most googled event that evening in London, and have been turning up on blogs all over the..blogosphere..can't believe I used that word. And, we are still alive! We didn't get jihaded over the burqa thing! Hurray for free speech. We also met some exciting new people with some exciting new collaboration stick around and hear about that soon.

Lola from Mutiny came and showed her support for uncensored- women-in-paper-burqas, and now we are performing at next week's EDUCATION ON TRIAL at ULU HQ on THURSDAY... No idea what we will be doing ... cos, y'know, we need the adrenaline rush of being totally unprepared, baby, like Jason Statham in Crank. And Crank 2. Sure to be a good night!..

                                                     Photo by Tolga Akmen

Saturday 23 October 2010

Sh!t slideshow

Check out our sh!t slideshow for a few new pics from September.
See you aaaalllll on Thursday!

Monday 11 October 2010

P.S (Post Sh!t?)

AiR Supply blog is up and running. You can tell from the way it looks good that we had nothing to do with making it-

Also, change of running order for the 28th, this is new line-up:

Doors open at 7.30
Priya Saujani - 11 - from 8pm
Hannah Dunn - Amazing Grace:Self Portrait 2010 - 8.20pm
Sh!t Theatre (Louise Mothersole & Rebecca Fuller) - Burqa King - 8.30pm
INTERVAL - 20 mins
Lewis Church - Errant Night (Book Two)- 9.15pm
Anais Lalange - How To Tell  - 9.30pm

DRINKS & MUSIC FROM 7.30 and all night and then more from 10pm. Buy beer!

Sunday 10 October 2010

Sh!t Theatre up North

It's Octobsh!t, and I hope you have all not forgotten about AiR Supply's 'Test Launch' coming up very soon on Thursday 28th at The Resistance Gallery.
Here is a link to the half-hearted facebook event:

Expect: exciting installations from Priya Saujani and Hannah Dunn, German cinema, Lewis Church's avant- garde penis (as per usual), French physical theatre from the very talented Anais Lalange, and Tim Hopkins. Yes! Tim!

On the decks will be whoever has the strongest will and the sharpest fingernails... Louise Mothersole, mother of soul, Lewis Church from the church of soul and Rebecca Fuller, full of soul, will hopefully get a chance to spin some sweet soul tunez. Spin as in press play on the Ipod.

SH!T THEATRE will be performing towards the end of the night, and beer will be available alll alllong the evening.

Sh!t Theatre NEWS
We will also be performing in Liverpool on Sunday, November 28th at The Bluecoat Gallery as part of their bed-in season:,com_events/task,view_detail/agid,846/year,2010/month,10/day,09/Itemid,14/

Our plan is to use elements of our Edinburgh show, and work with audience members throughout the day developing it, writing new songs, incorporating their ideas and suggestions, and generally getting them involved in the process of making performance as well as ending the day with a final adapted version of Sh!t Theatre present: Sh!t Theatre. The active spectators shall experience a democratic mode of composing songs; the boredom, the humour, the highs and the lows of constructing a performance piece, subtly echoing those elements of democratic policy-making.

That last bit is copied from our proposal. Slick Theatre, ladies and gentlemen, Slick Theatre.