The Soap Box (June) : Three Acts and a Movie!

Are you ready for another spectacular evening of rope performances?

We are proud to bring you our third Soap Box evening this Friday June 3rd we welcome self-suspension artist SkinnyRedhead (Scotland), shibari duo Edna & Anea Capaken (Czech Republic) and Lacedlines & Laura Cylon (England). We will also be screening a short movie by Marte Gunnufsen (Norway).

More info below…

13268210_1718047201785874_3605035464876557091_o

SkinnyRedhead (Scotland)

One of the pioneers of UK self-suspension rope performance, SkinnyRedhead has worked with some of the worlds leading rope practitioners including Kinoko Hajime, Saki Kamijoo and Esinem to name a few. She also frequently models for photographic and artistic collaborative projects. Recent appearances include German Fetish Ball, The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, DIVE, BARK and ANATOMY as well as self-suspension performances throughout Europe including Germany, France and Greece. She regularly performs at Torture Garden international events in Scotland, Rome and London, and is currently studying for a diploma in Physical Theatre in Edinburgh.

More about SkinnyRedHead on her website at: http://www.skinny-art.co.uk/
Follow SkinnyRedHead on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/SkinnyredheadArt/

Edna and Anea Capaken (Czech Republic)

Edna and Anea Capaken have been tying together for more than two years now, and their approach to rope has evolved during that time from tying fancy ties to enjoying the pure intimacy. Edna focuses more on feeling emotions than showing off complicated ties, she uses just a few ropes to tie beautiful Anea. Their connection is based on mutual trust, respect, love, a piece of rope and a cane.

Lacedlines & Laura Cylon (England)

“I think the beauty of rope is many-faceted, and completely dependent on who you tie with. As a top I revel in their beauty, their suffering and their pleasure in a visceral way. The way that I tie can be very close and overwhelming – I love to play with tempo and expectation. Laura and I haven’t tied together for many years, so I expect this tie to be part excitement of a reunion long overdue, and part joy in blissful chemistry.”

‘Flesh’ – A short film by Marte Gunnufsen

With the primary aim of presenting the body as abstract sculpture, Norwegian artist Marte Gunnufsen takes recourse in traditional Japanese rope bondage. This film was first screened in May 2016 as part of an exhibition in Oslo supported by the Norway Arts Council.

Tempted? Don’t miss out!
Our last two events completely sold out and there are no door tickets!

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s