Book your tickets now to see Cardboard Citizens and Clean Break's first ever collaboration.
Cardboard Citizens and Clean Break join forces for the first time to explore the intersection between women’s experience of homelessness and the criminal justice system.
Performance and video artist Paula Varjack and women Members from both theatre companies present a multi-media provocation asking what needs to change to improve the lives of women today.
This will be a promenade style performance performed at Clean Break – if you have any access needs or would like further information please contact us on 020 7482 8600.
Paula Varjack is an artist working in video, performance and participation. Her work explores identity, community, and making the invisible visible. Her performance and research project “Show Me The Money” – explored making a living as an artist in the U.K., based on interviews with 44 artists across the country. Her latest show “The Cult of K*NZO” , a playful critique of consumer culture and high fashion is currently touring. She is also in early stages of developing #thebabyquestion with performers Luca Rutherford & Catriona James & dramaturg Maddy Costa, exploring the inevitability of "the baby question" on women, regardless of age. Born in Washington D.C. to a Ghanaian mother and a British father, out of many places she has lived she considers east London to be "home".