Alicia Radage- QUAKE

22nd May @ 7pm 

‘Quake' is a performance that touches on queer ecology, joy and vibrations that call for a human rewilding within the ecosystems we inhabit.

In collaboration with milliner Rosanna Gould, ‘Quake’ is both a live and video outcome from an Arts Council England funding grant.

All tables and seating is well distanced and Covid Secure.

Doors: 7pm

All ticket holders must be seated by 7:30pm 

No late entrance (after 7:30pm)

Radage has shown their work throughout the UK and Europe as well as Colombia, Chile and India with organisations such as Venice International Performance Week (Italy), CuerpAs (Chile), PAErsche (Germany), SPILL Festival of Performance (UK), Tempting Failure (UK), Shape Arts (UK) and ]performance s p a c e[ (UK).  They have been supported by The British Council and Arts Council England and have taught at Universities on Fine Art and Theatre courses. They co-organise Assembly with Jasper Llewellyn, a workshop and residency for Action Artists in Provence, France. They are one half of the collaboration Radage ▽ Hardaker with Ro Hardaker. Radage is currently making work at the intersection of Neurodivergent experience and Shamanic practice.


COVID 19 Statement

Like many other small and independent spaces we have found ourselves in a very difficult situation as the continuation of our work relies on audience attendance. If you’re in a position to support our not for profit objectives, you can become a CLAY MAKER or alternatively choose your donation on our membership section. 

We’re delighted to say that we’ve been awarded a Cultural Recovery Grant in the 2nd round funded by DCMS delivered by Arts Council England. We’re grateful to be able to stay open for our studio holders and transition back into live practice & excited to still be #hereforculture

We hope you’re all staying safe and healthy! 


CLAY Team