Produced and presented by Goldsmiths Drama Society
Part of the Camden Fringe Festival
Housewarming is an expressionistic devised piece exploring notions of home, fragmented identity and community. Through a combination of voice and movement, four performers embody one character, Anashe, as they regain and reconfigure their sense of self, balancing their ties to the past with their capacity to change.
"The air is thick. Stifling bodies. Numbness grows, but I dig to its roots.
I find new ways of doing things.
I move pillows with my nose. I carry books with my knuckles. I write with my feet. I paint with my eyes.
I roll around.
I roll around."
Written by Tatenda Shamiso
Directed by Tatenda Shamiso and Lauren Tranter
Produced by Goldsmiths Drama Society
Wednesday 11 and Sunday 15 August - 9pm
For this show we are returning to normal operation where ticket holders choose their own seats on admission to the auditorium.
We also request that everyone wear a mask when moving around the building, wash their hands often and practice self-distancing. We have reduced capacities to allow for this.
You and your bubble will be invited to choose a seat and self-distance yourselves from others.
We will be running a normal bar service with extra tables for your drinking comfort.
For more information on how things work, have a look at our dedicated Covid:19 page.