Presented by Word of Warning, STUN + Black Gold Arts Festival
Thursday 6 October 2016, 6-10pm
An evening of tabletop performances, installations and sit-down shows…
A unique insight into eight new works in various stages of development, from first sketches to ready-to-go shows, featuring:
Installation: 6-8.30pm. FREE
Jamil E-R Keating | Asteroid RK1
Chelsea Morgan | Tented
Yvonne Shelton | Testimony
Tabletop Trio: 6pm. £6/3 (sold-out)
Maya Chowdhry | Peas on Earth
Afreena Islam | Daughters of the Curry Revolution
Toni-Dee Paul | My Father’s Kitchen
Double Bill: 8.30pm. £6/3 (sold-out)
Chanje Kunda | Superposition
Cheryl Martin | Who Wants to Live Forever (extract)
From the earth beneath our feet to the stars in our skies, an evening of emerging works by a group of artists as diverse as their subject matter…
Quantum mechanics, homelessness, food and sex brought together in a series of tabletop performances, installations and sit-down shows.
Now that it’s over, read QuietManDave’s review.
Venue + Booking Details for Installation
Date: Thursday 6 October 2016, 6-8.30pm
Venue: Z-arts, 335 Stretford Road, Manchester, M15 5ZA
Tickets: FREE, no booking required, come + go as you please.
N.B. Some installations have a limited capacity and may operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
Venue (Z-arts) Tel: 0161 232 6089
Venue + Booking Details for Tabletop Trio
Venue + Booking Details for Double Bill
What people have said about Divergency
Divergency is primarily an adult-focussed event, some works will not be suitable for younger viewers (i.e. under 18s). It takes place in a number of different spaces and formats — some seated, some standing, some spoken word, some visual, some limited capacity, some participatory. We apologise but some of the work may not be wheelchair accessible. For specific age and access information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 232 6086.
Divergency is an ongoing artist development programme supported by hÅb + STUN; supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. | Header image: Chanje Kunda from
Physics a short film by Lwimbo Kunda.
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