The Life and Times of Scarlet Macey
Scratch performance by Sherrall Morris
Friday, 30 November 2018 8:00pm
Weston Studio Wales Millennium Centre
Please go to here to book tickets
On the surface Scarlet comes across as a very independent, bloody-minded and at times very scary woman. She has plenty to say as she whizzes round in her Salsa Quickie.
But there are many other sides to Scarlet’s life that the outside world doesn’t see. Her family can be overwhelming, they don’t understand. And her best friend Jason, who she loves like a brother, pushes her near to murder on a daily basis.
Most of all Scarlet struggles in her search for love, she wants to be seen as a sexual human being but it’s hard to be sexy when every moment of your day needs to be planned in advance, nothing can be spontaneous.
Meet Scarlet at her Adult Aids and Equipment shop, try out the merchandise and get a glimpse into the life and times of Scarlet Macey.
Written and Performed by Sherrall Morris
Director: Chelsey Gillard
Designer: Kate Verity
SAVE THE DATE
Disability Arts Cymru has teamed up with the Wales Millennium Centre and Unlimited to hold a panel discussion about disability and the arts in Wales.
This will take place on 8 October, 2 – 4.30pm in the Preseli Room at Wales Millennium Centre.
Since 2012 a number of Welsh disabled artists have applied for Unlimited Commissions but sadly very few have been successful. The next round for Unlimited funding opens on September 13th with the expression of interest applications. Before the closing date at the end of October we want to attract more disabled artists to apply.
These are the questions that will be discussed on the day:
- Do our disabled artists know about Unlimited?
- Are venues connecting with disabled artists and supporting their work?
- Are our ideas / project creating skills good enough?
The panel will be chaired by Unlimited Producer, Jo Verrant and speakers will include playwright Kaite O’Reilly and WMC Assistant Producer Jenny Sturt.
This will be an excellent opportunity for artists to find out more about Unlimited, to network with other artists and representatives from organisations and to discuss ideas for an Unlimited commission. We do hope you will be able to join us.
Further details of how to book a place will be sent out in due course.
From 11am, and after the discussion, there will be surgery sessions with Unlimited staff to discuss ideas and the application process on a 1-2-1 basis. Surgery places can be booked by emailing Jenny.Sturt@wmc.org
For further details about Unlimited please go to https://weareunlimited.org.uk/
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