Kazuko Calendar

Forthcoming performances

The Man from Fukushima, (work in progress)  July 14th Friday 5pm, 2017, at The Albany, Douglas Way, London SE8 4AG, FREE

Ura Matsuri – September 29th 2017 at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

Heritage “Horror” Show (collaboration with young people, produced by Jacksons Lane.) March 2018  at Akexandta Palace

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Previous Performances

Theatre

 

Fertility Talk Sunday 23rd April, 2017, at DC Network National Conference

Fertility Talk Saturday 28th May 2016 at Fertility Fest, Birmingham Rep and Saturday 11th June 2016 at Park Theatre, London

The Great Escape – A Borrower’s Tale  Thursday 18 – Sunday 21 February 2016 at Perth International Arts Festival, Australia, link

Grave Encounter (working title) work-in-progress for Without Wall R & D grant (with Andy Cox, Nao Nagai, Yoko Nishimura, Toshiko Kurata), Abney Park Cemetery, London, UK, Mon 20 November

The Man from Fukushima March 2014: Scratch performance – The Albany, Deptford, London, UK, February 2014: Scratch performance – Camden Peoples Theatre, London, UK, February 2013: Scratch performance – Camden Peoples Theatre, London, UK

Incontinental March 2013: Sick Festival – The Basement, Brighton, UK July 2012: Latitude Festival, Suffolk, UK March 2012: Camden Peoples Theatre, London, UK March 2012: University College Hospital, London, UK July 2010: Scratch performance – Camden Peoples Theatre, London, UK

The Great Escape – A Borrowers Tale February 2014 Southbank Centre, London, UK (part of Imagine Festival), October 2013: Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK, February 2013: Southbank Centre, London, UK (part of Imagine Festival), October 2010: Chats Palace, London, UK, December 2010: Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK, July 2007: Raey School, London, UK, October 2007: Wandsworth Arts Festival, London, UK

Tottenham Travesties October 2011: Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, UK

Last Night I Dreamed I Was an Eskimo June 2010: Stamsund Internatoinal Theatre Festival, Stamsund, Norway February 2010: Tour across Nordland, Northern Norway January 2010: Nordland Visual Theatre, Stamsund, Norway

Kazuko Hohki’s Wuthering Heights September – October 2007: Rural tour of Surrey & Kent, UK June 2007: Toynbee Studios, London, UK May 2007: Farnham Maltings, Surrey, UK December 2006: BAC, London, UK

Pathological Happiness November 2008: Soho Theatre (Typhoon Festival)

Oh Doh (Kings Road) June 2007 : Chelsea Arts Festival, Kings Road (site specific) & Chelsea Theatre, London, UK, January 2007: Kings Road (site specific) & Chelsea Theatre, London, UK, September 2006: Scratch performance – Kings Road (site specific) & Chelsea Theatre, London, UK

Evidence for the Existence of Borrowers October – November 2006: Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK, November 2006: Belfast Festival, Belfast, Northern Ireland, October 2006: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, UK, October 2006: Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK, May 2006: Fierce Festival, Birmingham, UK, November 2005:Live at LICA, Lancaster, UK, August 2005: British Council Showcase, Edinburgh, UK, October -November 2004: Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK,

My Husband is a Spaceman September 2010: Live Collision Festival, Dublin, Ireland, September 2006: Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK, August 2006: Powell Street Festival, Vancouver, Canada November – December 2006: St James Cavalier Centre, Valletta, Malta, 2005 : Halles – A Space for Live Art, Brussels, 2005 : CCA , Glasgow Scotland, October 2005: The Acco Festival, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 2005: Harrogate Theatre, March 2005: Junction, Cambridge, 2005 : The West End Centre, Basingstoke, November 2004: Goldsmiths Collge, London, November 2004: Schlachthaus Theater, Bern, Switserland, November 2004: Fabrik-palast, Arau, Switserland, September 2004: Royal Opera House, London, UK (Fesitval of Fisrts), May 2004: Lirbabry Theatre, Manchester, UK, May 2004: Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster, UK, April 2004: Stephen Joshpeh Theatre, Scarborough, UK, December 2002 : Substation, Singapore December 2002: Slaibsry Arts Centre, Salisbury, UK November 2002: Japan Society, New York, USA November 2002: Gateway Theatre, Chester, UK October 2002: City of Women Festival, Slovenia May 2002: Theatre in the Mill, Bradford, UK November 2001: Hoxton Hall, London, UK October 2001: BAC, London, UK June – July 2001: BAC, London, UK May 2001: Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham

Toothless Extensive tour between 1998 – 2000 including UK, Ireland, Japan, Switzerland

The Shining Princess 1999 – 2000

 Performance/Music Collaborations

Scratch Orchestra All Stars – (benefit concert for Resonance FM) with  John White, John Tilbury, Stefan Szczelkun, Dave Smith, Hugh Shrapnel, Frances Rifkin, John Nash, Bryn Harris, Carole Finer,  Linn D, Frank Abbott and Scratch Orchestra co-founder Michael Parsons. With George Chambers, Sharon Gal, Harry Gilonis, Kazuko Hohki, John Lely, Geraldine McEwan, Aine O’Dwyer, Diana Policarpo, Matt Scott, Emmanuelle Waeckerie and Ali Warner

February 15th Wednesday 2017, Cafe Oto

FluxConcert led by Áine O’Dwyer with Carol Finer, Ali Warner, Angharad Davies and Diana Policarpo

December 7th Wednesday,2016, at Cafe Oto, link 

Rajni Shah project ‘Song‘ – monologue intervention,

Saturday and Sunday 21 and 22 May 2016 at WHAT remains festival, Siobhan Davies Dance Studio

Miss High Leg Kick’s Chorus Line,

2016 Sunday 1st May 2016, Burmingham Hippodrome

Wedding (with Hannah Ringham, Glen Neath, Christopher Brett Bailey), Shorditch Town Hall, London, UK,

Tue 24 June- Sun 29 June, 2014

The Red Ladies – performances with Clod Ensemble,

2014 Tues 15 – Wed 16 July Southbank Centre, London, UK / 19 July Malvern Theatres, Malvern, Worcestershire, UK Fri 25 – Sat 26 July Theatre Royal Margate, June 2008:ICA, London, UK May 2008: The Fire Station, Oxford, UK, 2006: Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, UK, 2006: Hackney Empire, London, UK

The Good Neighbourproduced by Battersea Arts Centre

December 2013-Janurary 2014 Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK, October – November 2012, Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK

You Only Live Twice (But Die Once)Produced by Battersea Arts Centre 

March-April 2011: One on One Festival, Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK

Miss High Leg Kick’s Fashion Bus – 

August 2009, British Council Showcase, Edinburgh, UK

Cest Vauxhall with Duckie 

December 2007 – January 2008 :PS122, New York, USA, March 2007:PAC Tokyo,Japan, March 2007: Kyoto, Japan, May 2005: Queer Up North Festival, Manchester,UK, May 2005: Fierce Festival, Birmingham, UK, 2005: Greece, February 2005: Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin, Germany, December 2004 – January 2005 :Barbican Centre, London, UK, February 2004:Sydney Opera House, Australia

Getting Out There

May 2012 : short intervention with Andy Cox at Lancaster University

Borrowers International Network concert (performances of miniature instruments from Evidence for the Existence of Borrowers and The Great Escape – A Borrowers Tale )

February 2014: Albany, London, UK January 2014: Lates at Flatplanet, London, UK April 2012: Lates at Flatplanet, London, UK June 2011: Kings Place, London, UK (part of Fairy Tales & Monstors Festival, curated by Arctic Circle) May 2011: ICA, London, UK (part of Shunt Weekender)

Peskimos (interactive outlet for Frank Chickens)

March 2014: Albany, London, UK July 2012: Brixton Village, London, UK, January 2011: Duckie, London, UK

Participatory

Tottenham UpLifters (collaboration with Northumberland Park Community School and LIFT) May 25th Saturday 2017

Writ In Water (collaboration with St Thomas More school students produced by Jacksons Lane.)

November 2016 – March 2017,  culminating in performance at 18th and 19th,  at Keats House, Hampstead, London

One Night Only (collaboration with St Thomas More school students produced by Jacksons Lane.)

January – March 2014, culminating in performance at Matalan Shop in Wood Green, London February

Homegrown 

February 2010: project with Batttersea Arts Centre and young artists.

Last Carnival (with Battersea Arts Centre’s Young People’s Theatre)

2005

Frank Chickens

Frank Chickens, April 28th Friday 2017, Ole Hargen’s birthday party 2017 at Cafe Oto

Frank Chickens, December 10th, Saturday, 2016 at Duckie, Vauxhall,  London

Frank Chickens – Oct 1st Saturday 8pm at Hoxton Hall, London. part of Patrizia Paolini’s cabaret night Phantasmagolia Cabaret. https://www.facebook.com/events/301480556884436/permalink/313491615683330/

Frank Chickens at Ura Matsuri – a celebration of The Third Culture (hybrid culture created by UK immigrants), Saturday 3 September 2016, at Cafe Oto, Dalston, London link

Frank Chickens, Saturday 16 July 2016, Duckie at Latitude Festival

Frank Chickens, Friday 27 May 2016, Friday Late at V & A

Frank Chickens (recent performances only) June 2014: performance & screenings of Frank Chickens the Movie & The Good Wife of Tokyo, Zipangu Film Festival, Cinema Museum,London,UK March 2014: Albany, London, UK, November 2013: Union Chapel, London, UK (Part of Daylight Festival), November 2013: Screening of Frank Chickens, the Movie – Underwire Film Festival, London, UK, July 2013: Royal Vauxhall Tavern, London, UK (supporting David Hoyle), January 2013: Screening of Frank Chickens, the Movie – London Short Film Festival, London, UK , January 2013: Horse Hospital, London, UK, October 2012: Matsuri Festival, Trafalgar Sqaure, London, UK, August 2012: Beacons Festival, Yorkshire, UK, June 2012: Canada Water Library, London, UK, August 2011: Ventnor Festival, Isle of Wight, UK, July 2011: Barbican Centre, London, UK (part of Extraordinary Voices, curated by Home Live Art), May 2011: ICA, London, UK (part of Shunt Weekender), May 2011: Royal Festival Hall, London, UK (part of Stewart Lees At Last! The 1981 Show)

Borrowers International Network – performances of miniature instruments from Evidence for the Existence of Borrowers and The Great Escape – A Borrowers Tale February 2014: Albany, London, UK January 2014: Lates at Flatplanet, London, UK April 2012: Lates at Flatplanet, London, UK June 2011: Kings Place, London, UK (part of Fairy Tales & Monstors Festival, curated by Arctic Circle) May 2011: ICA, London, UK (part of Shunt Weekender)

Peskimos interactive outlet for Frank Chickens March 2014: Albany, London, UK July 2012: Brixton Village, London, UK, January 2011: Duckie, London, UK

Broadcast

The Hole2011 : Podcast as part of Fuel and The Roundhouse Everyday Moments

The Shining Princess: 2004: Broadcast on BBC Radio 4