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Quarantine was established in 1998 by directors Richard Gregory and Renny O’Shea with designer Simon Banham. We make original theatre, performance and public events with and about the people who are in it. Whatever form it takes, our work begins and ends with the people in the room. Over the last 20 years, we've collaborated with a shifting constellation of artists, performers and people who've never done anything like this before. Our work seeks to create the circumstances for a conversation between strangers...

Quarantine
1B, Basil Chambers
65 High Street
Manchester
England
M4 1FS

Sing for your Supper

Tuesday 5 March, 7 pm |  Irwell Riverside, Salford

Share a song – share a meal

Sing for your Supper invites local people to get together around a table, to sing and eat together.

Each guest is asked to prepare a song – all songs and voices are welcome. There will be room for nerves, for talking, for starting again and joining in.

In order for songs to survive, we must sing them. This evening is organised by Hannah Sullivan, a performer and writer interested in the power of singing together.

“What a wonderful, friendly, warm evening…”
– Sing for your Supper guest

To reserve your place or discuss any dietary requirements, email info@qtine.com or call 0161 839 4392.

Deadline for booking: Sunday 3 March.

 

This event is part of Tenancy, our year-long artistic project exploring how rapid change in Manchester and Salford is affecting communities and neighbourliness. Tenancy is supported by the EU’s Creative Europe programme.

Hannah Sullivan

Hannah is a performer, writer and arts producer based in West Yorkshire, motivated by an interest in reframing creative practices and salvaging what is at risk of being lost. Over the past 5 years Hannah has been making solo performances, workshops, events and books on dancing, drawing, rural landscape, public space, anger, singing and darkness.

She is a graduate of Dartington College of Arts and the University of Bristol, former member of Interval artist collective in Bristol, presented nationally within Mayfest, In Between Time, Battersea Arts Centre, Bristol Old Vic, The Place, Flare Festival, Bristol Biennial, Profound Sound, GIFT, Square Chapel Arts Centre and internationally in Ireland, Spain, Australia, Taiwan and New Zealand, and received commissions from Situations, Royal West of England Arts Academy, Theatre Bristol and Blind Ditch.

hannahsullivan.co.uk

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