‘Stealing Sheep’s Suffragette Tribute’ – the suffrage-inspired performance that was developed on a Liverpool based Both Sides Now residency – is heading on a tour across multiple festivals over the summer and beyond.
You can catch it again this August at Smithfield 150 in London, or throughout September at End of the Road, Festival No.6 or Head for the Hills. There will also be a showing at Edge Hill University on Thu 20 Sept.
“We’re really excited to be working with Stealing Sheep on their Suffragette Tribute – and are delighted it will now also be performed at Head for the Hills and more later this year.”
Rebecca Horn, Brighter Sound (at the Head for Hills programme launch)
The show will feature 15 percussionists and a number of dance students recruited from Edge Hill University, who co-commissioned the residency.
“This incredible anniversary has inspired us to create a new piece of music that will come alive during this residency. We want to make a bold statement, bring women together and get loud!”
Stealing Sheep’s Suffragette Tribute has been co-commissioned by Edge Hill University.