New Queers on the Block: Marikiscrycrycry and Adam Frost

New Queers on the Block: Marikiscrycrycry and Adam Frost

Home Live Art and New Queers on the Block are thrilled to present two explosive new performances from young queer artists Marikiscrycrycry and Adam Frost on Friday 20 September at the Printworks in Hastings from 7pm.

Each performance will be around 30 mins in duration and is an extract from longer works being developed by the artists to debut in 2020.


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He’s Dead by Marikiscrycrycry

This new work from prolific nonbinary choreographer and dancer Marikiscrycrycry uses different dance and choreographic techniques, as well as live action, and song to ask the question, ‘Was Tupac depressed?’

We will never know for sure because of his untimely death. So what are we left with?

SEND x43 by Adam Frost

Fusing together text, costume and music SEND x43 attempts to question the inner workings of our mind through a series of out-of-body experiences. 

Sometimes you can’t stop. Overthinking. 

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Marikiscrycrycry (Malik Nashad Sharpe (they/them)) is a choreographer and dancer. Currently artist-in-residence at Tate Britain/Tate Modern, Malik is also the recipient of an ArtsAdmin Bursary and has recently worked with the English National Opera and Gate Theatre. Other work includes performances and commissions at Frieze art fair, Fierce Festival and the Marlborough Theatre to name just a few.

Marikiscrycrycry’s work excavates multiple themes of Blackness and Queerness.

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He’s Dead is co-commissioned by The Yard Theatre, Block Universe, New Queers On The Block and Theatre in the Mill, Bradford with support from The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton. 

Adam Frost is a multi-disciplinary performance artist working across drag, visual art, cabaret, film, music and fashion.

Based in their home-town of Hastings their work examines mental health, class precarity and queer experience through the lens of autobiographical happenings in their life such as death, depression, heartache, anxiety and the mundane.  

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SEND x43 is co-commissioned by Home Live Art, Hastings and New Queers On The Block with support from The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton. 

Further Details:

Venue has gender neutral toilets
Contact for accessibility details
This event is part of the Coastal Currents Festival: 2019 in Hastings and St Leonards
Adam Frost image by Celine Antal
Marikiscrycrycry image by Uemura Tadayuki

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