A century of Clubbing in East London told through music, theatre and booze. Performed by DANSFLOR POLITIK
'Every time you hear a ringing in your ears that’s one of hairs in it vibrating for the last time. It’s the last time you’ll hear ever that frequency. Funny then, that given half the chance to play our own music loud, we make ourselves deaf. Deaf to each other. Deaf to the world outside.'
Welcome to the scratched version of An ear for an ear... which means the first time it's being put out in public. It's also the final physical draft of my dissertation project at RADA.
Come, drink with us, dance with us and chat to us afterwards... it's an open space where we can see what works, what doesn't and how you think this kind of theatre/club night fits into to the bigger picture.