From love and death to sex and laundry, from shipwrecks to falling snow ~ personal anecdotes rub shoulders with imaginary movies, and half-remembered novels bump into distorted fairytales in Forced Entertainment’s latest show, The Coming Storm, reviewed here by Total Theatre earlier this year. Trademark black humour, a collage of arresting images and an anarchic performance style… Find full tour dates here: http://www.forcedentertainment.com/page/3020/Tour-Dates

The run of The Coming Storm at Battersea Arts Centre will be joined by three nights (in November) of Artistic Director Tim Etchells’ piece Sight is the Sense That Dying People Tend to Lose First… a long free-associating monologue that tumbles from topic to topic to create a vast, failing iteration and explanation of the world, performed by GATZ actor Jim Fletcher. See both on Neon Friday and evening of performance, neon signs, cocktails and readings from Tim Etchells new book Vaccum Days. Find Full details here: http://www.bac.org.uk/whats-on/neon-friday/

Dorothy Max Prior

Dorothy Max Prior

Dorothy Max Prior is the editor of Total Theatre Magazine, and is also a performer, writer, dramaturg and choreographer working in theatre, dance, live art and street arts. Under her alter-ego Dorothy’s Shoes she creates performance work that both honours and usurps the traditions of popular dance and theatre, and plays with the relationship between performer and audience. Much of her work is sited in public spaces or in venues other than regular theatres. She is also co-director of street theatre/dance company The Ragroof Players.

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