Rachael Clerke and The Great White Males: Cuncrete

Image Credit: Paul Samuel White

Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA

0117 917 2300
boxoffice@arnolfini.org.uk
http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/rachael-clerke-cuncrete/

Sunday 28 August 2016
7.30pm-8.30pm
Opening Hours: 11am - 6pm
Admission Fee: 10/8
Booking essential
Telephone or via email.

A dysto-utopian noise about The Man! A no-wave musical about how we ended up in this mess! Hosted by washed up architect/proto-god figure Archibald Tactful (2014 IdeasTap Underbelly winner Rachael Clerke) and accompanied by anti-virtuoso punk band The Great White Males - Cuncrete is a gratuitously sleazy and joyfully noisy critique of alpha-masculinity and the built environment. Expect original music, grotesque posturing, sharp suits and cement.

'Extraordinary.'- Times Literary Supplement

'Like a concrete kiss.' - Ingo Cando, Bar Wotever

'Eric Pickles meets Pussy Riot.' - audience member

Rachael Clerke is an award winning theatre-maker, satirist and punk singer. She tries to make work that is political and funny at the same time, and wants to make people swear, in a good way. She is one half of performance duo Clerke and Joy, co-founder of the everchanging participatory punk event F*ck The House Band and a member of Interval, an artist collective and studio space above St Nicholas Market in Bristol. Rachael once received a 'review' that read simply: 'Performance Art? Either learn to paint or sculpt or fuck off'.

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