Collaboration with PostWorkers Theatre & Angry Margaret Protest Choir.
Protesteroo was conceived as part of Three Day Work-Out; a three day event exploring the connections between work, social movements and free time at Tate Liverpool in May 2019. The Clarion, a historic social reform movement, was very active in Liverpool in the late 19th century. Three Day Work-Out, revisited it’s core activities: communal cycling, singing and publishing to reflect on current debates around modern forms of work and leisure.
Protesteroo brought together the Liverpool Socialist Singers, and the Angry Margaret Protest Choir (BCU) led by Infinite Opera. Members of the public were invited to update songs from the Clarion Song Book and specify a location within a 2.5 mile radius of Tate Liverpool where they would like their protest to be delivered.
Macbeth at 4:48 at VUK Theatre, Belgrade
Installation/Performance directed by Aleksandar Dundjerovic
Part of the IFTR (International Federation for Theatre Research) Conference.
Music by Daniel Blanco Albert
Performance/Installation directed by Aleksandar Dundjerovic
Macbeth: Stephen Simms
Music Installation: Daniel Blanco Albert
March 5th 2018 / Digbeth First Fridays
Improvisation/based ensemble Kaleidoscope
Debut concert directed by Maja Pluta
Pieces by several composers, including:
"Danses d'Oficis" by Daniel Blanco
-Dance of the Banker and the Politician
-Dance of the Minimum Wage Worker
January 26th 2018 / LAB / Royal Birmingham Conservatoire