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the producer of caravan 2016

Heather Rose looks back at her time as this year’s producer of caravan. Over three days in May, almost 200 artists and delegates descended on Brighton for caravan, a three day showcase that presents the best in English contemporary work to venue …Continue reading »

caravan 2016: Greg Wohead

Greg is a writer, performer and live artist originally from Texas. He makes theatre performances, one-to-one pieces and audio work. At this year’s showcase, Greg will be performing Comeback Special; a solo re-enactment of Elvis Presley’s 1968 Comeback TV Special. Below, he …Continue reading »

caravan 2016: Brian Lobel

Brian Lobel is a performer, teacher and curator who is interested in creating work about bodies and how they are watched, policed, poked, prodded and loved by others. The New York-born, London-based performer has shown work internationally in a range of contexts. Ahead of this …Continue reading »

caravan 2016: Still House

Still House make work across dance, theatre and film. The company puts those performing and real human stories at its heart as they attempt to make sense of the world. As part of this year’s showcase, Still House will present Of Riders …Continue reading »

‘Someone once said it’s impossible to laugh and think at the same time. I hope we disprove that.’ Tim Crouch

  Spymonkey are one of the twelve full showcasing artists participating at this year’s caravan. Their show, The Complete Deaths features all 75 of Shakespeare’s onstage deaths – all slain in 90 minutes. Our friends over at Mayfest recently spoke to Tim Crouch about the …Continue reading »