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I love it when a show starts to come together

Although I have been a little absent from this research blog for several weeks, I can assure you that I have been working hard to create the ‘performative’ aspect of the result of all this thinking and pondering.

This result, I have decided to call “Days like These” and it will debut on Monday 16th January at York St John University as part of my final examination for a MA in Performance.

It’s free to attend and it will be the first of an evening of performances by the rest of the cohort: Ashley Harrison and Paula Clark.
Times are 6.15, 7.15 & 8.15 respectively.

As a little treat, here are some of the images taken by Elfi Childs – I can highly recommend her work if you’re ever in need of a photographer.

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RE – prefix meaning “back to the original place, again,” also with a sense of “undoing,” c.1200, from O.Fr. and directly from L. re- “again, back, against.”

re-turn, re-visit, re-imagine, re-awaken, re-present, re-'present', re-do, re-make, re-cycle, re-achieve, re-fail, re-know, re-see, re-be, re-flect, reminisce, re-fill.

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