We are delighted to take part at Truth to Power Cafe at the Roundhouse, London on the 30-31st October:
Who has power over you and what do you want to say to them?
That’s the question award-winning theatre maker Jeremy Goldstein will pose to up to 20 participants in his ‘Truth to Power Café’ this autumn.
This new international performance event is intercut with monologue, poetry, image, music, memoir and live and spontaneous testimony from participants rising up in the name of free speech and political activism.
Over these two shows appearances from participants include Activist of the Year Dan Glass; Otto and Ruby of the Radical Beauty Project; Artsadmin artistic director Judith Knight; artists Xavier de Sousa and Reece Lyons; journalist and co-founder of Justice for Women Julie Bindel; and Holocaust survivor Ruth Barnett.
Full details of the participants are listed below, please note the line-up is subject to change.
the revolutionary potential of theatre at its best and most direct
Speaking truth to power has its origins in the anti-war movement, and is now widely accepted to mean saying something to those in authority or position of trust who don’t want to hear it. Is it to your parents, a sibling, politician, lover, landlord, religious leader, boss, banker or simply your best friend? It’s time to tell them the truth before it’s too late.
Creator and Host: Jeremy Goldstein Verse: Henry Woolf Director: Jen Heyes Photography: Sarah Hickson Lighting: Nigel Edwards Banners: Ed Hall Music: David Bowie and Sven Ratzke
TUESDAY 30TH OCTOBER
Chairman Kato Artist, musician and activist
Dan Glass Writer and activist
Judith Knight Founder and artistic director, Artsadmin
Katie Gill Roundhouse Resident Artist
Laura Godfrey-Isaacs Artist, activist and midwife
Leon Fleming Playwright
Otto of Radical Beauty Project
Reece Lyons Artist, Activist and Roundhouse Poetry Slam 2018 runner-up
Xavier de Sousa Performance maker, curator, producer
WEDNESDAY 31ST OCTOBER
Chifa K Roundhouse Resident Artist
Chloe Florence Roundhouse Resident Artist
Dan de la Motte Performer, activist and Creative Climate Leader
Julie Bindel Journalist, writer and co-founder of Justice For Women
Rakaya Fetuga Roundhouse Resident Artist
Ruby for Radical Beauty Project
Ruth Barnett Writer and Holocaust survivor
Stephen Laughton Playwright and filmmaker
Tatenda Matsvai Roundhouse Resident Artist
Vijay Patel Performance artist