Tag: One of Us

One of Us: shorts @ Fox & Phoenix / Sunday 14th June 2015

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 18:00–20:30

@ Fox & Phoenix, Unit 2, Tower House, 139 Fonthill Road, London N3 HF

Tickets: £5 on the door or buy online

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Promoting the off kilter, this program will focus on the surreal in all its forms.

Dedicated to breaking the mould and transporting you to the set of George Melies ‘Under The Sea’ for your viewing and end with a surprise guest performance…

Popcorn will be provided by the sponsor Portle Bay Popcorn and drinks from Zig Zag Teas.

The shorts will include:

Edmund Roland ‘LTD’
An ex-salaryman who has lost his way in London is confronted by his past in the shape of a former colleague in an East London squat.

Max Lincoln ‘Thyme’
A story about escape, cooking and thyme.

Fred Rowson ‘Woodhouse’
The Woodhouse Nature Reserve, South East London. It’s a sprawling hectare of knotted ivy and mossy tree stumps. And while its edges are speckled with rusting tins and damp takeaway boxes, its interior is verdant, untouched. There, beyond the padlocked gates some thing, some creature is living.

Noelle Rodrigues ‘Open My Eyes’
The psychological journey of a girl who must confront her traumatic childhood. Emotions and memories resurface with brutal and challenging consequences.

The Last Skeptik- ‘Cheerio’
Taken from The Last Skeptik’s recent e.p entitled ‘I Don’t Even Like You’ the video for ‘Cheerio’ stars comedian / actor Doc Brown unravelling behind a mask in a video exploring the perils of drugs, booze, parties in an attempt to avoid reality.

Ken Petrie ‘Bucket’
After a devastating discovery at a fancy dress party, a young man contemplates suicide before an abandoned baby catches his eye and shakes him from his ill intent. Now, faced with taking care of it until the police arrive, he recruits his former best friend – but things are far from simple.

Simone Smith ‘Red’
A psychological hue which resembles that of blood evoked in the human observer.

Tim Bonner ‘Under A Vest’
As darkness falls across the city, a blonde with a gun investigates a noise – but all is not what it seems…

Mark Brown & Phil Haine ‘Somebody To Love’
‘If you are a psychological horror fan you should seek this out’ – Twisted Central

Ben Garfield ‘The Players’

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One of Us: Whitechapel @ private residence / Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th March 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Performances:
18:00-19:00, 19:30-20:30 and 21-22:00 (Saturday and Sunday)

@ 20 Sidney Square, Whitechapel, London E1 2EY

Tickets: from £3.50 book online

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Jack the Ripper, the Cray Brothers, the Elephant Man, the Asylum are all built into the rich historical tapestry of this corner of London. Given this inspiration One of Us has united artists and performers in a Georgian townhouse in Whitechapel to creative an immersive experience Be transported through a postmodern mish mash of eras into our macabre fantasies.

Performances include:

Absolution
‘Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned…’ It’s stressful being one of the most notorious serial killers of all time, to remain shrouded in mystery for all eternity and to haunt an era’s nightmares. And Jack needs to get it off his chest.

Enough of Us
We are consistently buffeted by recycled advice that contradicts itself and the natural inclinations of any human heart. We are the future and the court jesters, we are desired and yet derided for not enjoying this attention. Lurking above your head will be the streamers of prescribed wisdom for the mythologised generation

Make It Nice
Watch preparations for a timely soiree executed with a keen and critical eye. Perfection is imperative. Accuracy of utmost importance. Nothing can go wrong.

Nightmare on Sidney Square
Daniel is having recurring nightmares influenced by the Gothic fearmonger Edgar Allen Poe. One day he wakes up in the nightmare realm to the mysterious Lucius who tries to get to the surreal bottom of why he is lost in these disturbing dreams.

Nekromantia
Be transported by the power of scent to the deathbed of a poor soul in Victorian England and through to the other side: her second coming.

Boundary Creatures
Physically bound, what are we to each other? We share nothing but space.

Interview
Come into our office. We want to ask you some questions.

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