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CAMDEN PEOPLE’S THEATRE

4 JUNE  7 PM

 

About us

Selected by MUBI and shown at South London Gallery

Deptford Darkroom Film Festival

Leyden Gallery

 

 

We are a performance duo based in London working across film, live art and dance.

 

Our work is centred around vulnerability and social pressure. We like to reflect on how different systems of power like the state, the media, the art world and technology influence the way we think and behave. Through amateur dancing and comedy, we play and examine how we can disrupt these patterns.

 

We don’t aim for polished. We aim to reveal something authentic, raw and wild within our performances.

 

We want our audiences to question the banal things we do and why we do them.

 

OUR FILMS

Be my Bosom Buddy

shown at Battersea Arts Centre, Arebyte Gallery, Flying Dutchman

an entertaining show about the pervasive influence pop culture has on female friendships

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CAMDEN PEOPLE’S THEATRE

4 JUNE  7 PM

Picture This

An interactive dance performance created for the British Museum American Dream lates.

Bal du passe

An interactive dance performance created for the Royal Academy of Arts James Ensor Lates.

 

NOEMI GUNEA

born and raised in Bucharest, Noemi left her native Romania for Paris to study at the National Theatre Conservatoire. After working as an actress across theatre, performance and dance, she went on to do an MA in Performance at Central Saint Martins where she met Grace!

Outside of Cheap Thrills, she has collaborated with Sacha Plaige on Hold tight and sink ( Platform Theatre, May 2016), Craig Boath on Gestural dictionary for a new community (Tate Exchange, Feb 2018) and Walid Martz on Boiling point (outdoor performance, Dec 2018).

 

GRACE LAMBERT

Grace was raised in the Netherlands, and moved back to her native UK to study music and drama at Bath Spa University before doing an MA in Performance Design and Practice at Central Saint Martins.

Outside of Cheap Thrills, Grace has co-directed a number of music videos with Jackson Ducasse for the likes of  New Order, Ava Lily, Hearts & Colours. Her one woman show Pixel Tears was shown at Camden People’s Theatre and the Ugly Duck.

As an actress she has toured with Wet Picnic, and has done commercial work for Kellogg’s, Co-op, Nivea and Nokia.

PLEASE SUPPORT US ON PATREON

Believe it or not, we make our films on absolutely zero budget.

 

Yadayadayada the struggles of being an artist but it’s all true, it’s a constant hustle,  so any little gesture would be of great help.

Whether you talk about us to your friends or donate some money for us to make more work, we’ll be grateful for your contribution.

 

IMAGINE THE WORK WE COULD MAKE IF WE DID HAVE A BUDGET!

 

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