// BUZZCUT // Double Thrills: Stacy Makishi
Wed 11 October 2017
Double Thrills is a monthly platform from BUZZCUT supporting live art and experimental performance. Running from October 2017 - April 2018 we'll be showing radical performance practices from the UK and the rest of the world, alongside new live work in development from some of Scotland's most exciting makers, all in a super warm and friendly environment with drinks, dancing and welcoming vibes.
First up… we're delighted to welcome Stacy Makishi, Kayleigh Handley & Sophie Sexon in a super exciting triple whammy
Stacy Makishi // Vesper Time
WHATCHA GONNA DO WITH YOUR 'ONE WILD AND PRECIOUS LIFE…?' - MARY OLIVER
Vesper Time offers an ‘evening prayer’, a high-spirited and playful reflection on ageing and on acting before it is too late.
Subverting fragments of Hollywood blockbusters with the existential undercurrents of Moby Dick, Makishi draws on her former training as a missionary and stand-up comic in this subversive sermon about loss and living life to the full.
'Stacy Makishi managed to open my heart with complex laughter’
Kayleigh Handley // Fallen Apple, Soured Milk.
Over the years, I've found it's best not tell people where I grew up. Not just because the small English market town is consistently voted one of the crappiest places to live in Britain. But because Grantham is synonymous with one woman, Margaret Thatcher. To make things worse, the town also created the one of the UK's only female serial killers, and the first policewoman - who spent her time on duty catching unfaithful wives and prostitutes. So I learned from a young age that being a strong, independent female was not welcome in this particular society. And that's why the town's crowning jewels are Isaac Newton, the Dam Busters' bomb and gingerbread men.
Straddling between humour and sincerity, Fallen Apple, Soured Milk is a solo show looking at the impact of Kayleigh's hometown on her feminist identity.
Sophie Sexon // Your Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment
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All performances will be BSL interpreted; SLI is Iain Hodgetts. Free for people living in Govan - if you'd like to take up this invitation or if you cannot afford a ticket please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Double Thrills has a pay it forward scheme, where you can purchase a ticket for someone who is unable to afford it - please select the pay-it-forward option when booking.
7pm, £9 (£7) + £1 booking fee / £18 (Pay It Forward) + £1 booking fee / Theatre / 14+ accompanied by an adult
Book online / 0141 352 4900