TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: various

@ Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH

Tickets:
£15 book online
‘Pay what you like’ Tuesdays

www.roundhouse.org.uk

Bloomberg Summer returns with Utopia, a new installation by Penny Woolcock in collaboration with Block9. The festival dedicated to introducing you to innovative culture. A series of evening events will run alongside the installation. Each event will be based around a different provocation, intertwined with the themes from the installation.

The nights examine issues including gender, inequality, wealth, inheritance and art revolution. The programme includes performance, cabaret, spoken word, dance, live music, hip hop, DJs and exciting collaborations!

Wednesday 5th August

Featuring Russell Brand, Mr Gee and guests.

Thursday 6th August

Featuring David Hoyle, Paul Evans, Andie Macario and DJ Honey Dijon.

The sensational anti-drag queen David Hoyle will bring a very special performance that promises to be polemic, provocative and highly funny, Circus Director Paul Evans will premiere a brand new circus ariel piece Don’t Mention The F Word plus performance artist Andie Macario takes to the stage.

Wednesday 12th August

Featuring Arlene Phillips, Tommy Franzen, ZooNation and Alison Jackson.

Money, inheritance and celebrity are put in the spotlight in this mash-up of dance, spoken word and live art.

Thursday 13th August

Featuring Awate, Akala, Amy True and DJ set by Micachu.

London’s finest hip hop artists take to the stage exploding with thoughts, critiques, and a fusion of music, poetry and speech as they put inequality in the spotlight.

Wednesday 19th August

Featuring Owen Jones, GREEDS, Anthony Anaxagorou and Syriza London.

An evening of utopian propositions, ideas and performances programmed in partnership with think-tank Compass featuring an arousing line-up of artists and speakers.

Thursday 20th August

Featuring Penny Woolcock, Charlotte Church, Zimbo, Malik Sankara and Fancy Chance.

A clash of art forms with Penny Woolcock in an evening of art revolution, celebrating the ideals and themes of the installation. Penny will be joined by singer, songwriter and anti-cuts campaigner Charlotte Church, spectacular neo-burlesque performer and clown Fancy Chance, performance poet Malik Sankara and One Mile Away’s Zimbo, who will be performing accompanied by classical string musicians.