Very excited to announce that Home for Waifs and Strays will be coming to London on 11 June to introduce a fantastic line-up of West Midland artists working within experimental performance.

This free event is hosted by Steakhouse Live and The Hive in Dalston, refreshments will be provided.

More details on the artist inolved below.

Albert Smith using the metaphors of bread making to explore ideas.

Andy Howlett seeking new ways to explore cinema as a live medium.

Caitlin Griffiths creating situations for other people to understand themselves

China Dethcrash, the swamp witch, performer and storyteller formed of the dirt of the Yorkshire Moors.

Myah Jeffers examining feminism, representation, mental health & sexuality

Sebastian H-W exploring investigating approaches to live performances and audience experiences

Further info:

This event is part of Homegrown, an artist development programme for West Midland artists

For more info about our fabulous artists:

SteakHouse Live

Steakhouse Live are a community of artists and producers creating new spaces and contexts to show exciting and challenging live work across the UK.

The Hive is an evolution of the free social centre, intelligently reusing empty buildings and wasted resources to create an independent environmental and cultural social space.

HFWAS Support:

This project has been made possible with the support of Jerwood Charitable Foundation (JCF) and Arts Council England.