Laurie Booth in 'Fixed Memory Fixed'
19891 May - 30 June
Zap Club, Brighton
Zap Club May / June Listings
The May programme in the newly expanded club was, as tradition dictated, linked to the Brighton Festival. It included the premiere of Etheldreda in â€?8 Â˝â€™ - a work inspired by Felliniâ€™s classic film which was described by the dance duo as â€śa gorgeously lush feast of exotic charactersâ€ť and â€?Fixed Memory Fixâ€™ starring famous choreographer and performer Laurie Booth.
Also on the bill was Steve Shillâ€™s â€?The Empireâ€™ a blend of humour, fantasy and cruelty in which a pregnant woman aimed to get closer to her child and Man Act in â€?Radio Sing Singâ€™. Conceived and performed by Simon Thorne and Philip Mackenzie, this was a tale about the first two white explorers to penetrate the hinterland of Papua New Guinea.