Past Projects

(2012)  MACHINES FOR LIVING – with LET SLIP Theatre
Machines for Living - Photo by © Christina Hardinge 2012
Machines for Living – Photo by © Christina Hardinge 2012

A devised piece created in collaboration with the members of LetSlip Theatre and produced by the Blue Elephant Theatre in London. Inspired by  Brutalist Architecture, this show explored the legacy of Britain’s tower blocks. For more information and press reviews please visit:

 letslip.tumblr.com

(2010) MEDEIA, A ESTRANGEIRA / MEDEA, THE FOREIGNER –  with Patrícia Carreira
© Siobhan Bradshaw 2010
Medea, The Foreigner – Photo by © Siobhan Bradshaw 2010

A multimedia adaptation to Euripides’ tragedy Medea which focused on immigration issues. This work was a collaborative partnership with the Portuguese director Patrícia Carreira, it was developed between London and Lisbon, and funded by DGArtes in Portugal. For more information about this piece and the artists involved please visit the blog of the project:

 medeatheforeigner.wordpress.com

(2008 – 2009) SENZA LAMENTO / WITHOUT LAMENT – with Maria Rita Salvi
Senza Lamento (Without Lament) - Photo by © Manolo Remiddi 2008
Senza Lamento (Without Lament) – Photo by © Manolo Remiddi 2008

First created as a site-specific show for the old town of Cupra Marittima in Italy, it was re-worked to be performed on the stage of the Roundhouse and the Colour House Theatre in London. Inspired by Pirandello’s work One, One Hundred and One Hundred Thousand, this physical theatre performance was co-created, co-directed and co-performed with the Italian dancer Maria Rita Salvi. For more information about this project and our two-year partnership please visit:

andataeritorno.wordpress.com

(2007) CAMPANE RIMANDANO CAMPANE – with Maria Rita Salvi
Campane Rimando Campane – Photo by © Manolo Remiddi 2007
Campane Rimando Campane – Photo by © Manolo Remiddi 2007

It was my first collaborative site-specific project co-created, co-directed and co-performed with the Italian dancer Maria Rita Salvi. This physical theatre performance was only shown at the place where it was created for: the ruins of the Castello di Sant’Andrea in Cupra Marittima, Italy. For more information about this project and our two-year partnership please visit:

andataeritorno.wordpress.com

Independent Performing Artist